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Author(s): P. A. Kalozoumis, C. Morfonios, F. K. Diakonos, and P. SchmelcherThe parity and Bloch theorems are generalized to the case of broken global symmetry. Local inversion or translation symmetri … - Three-Body Recombination at Vanishing Scattering Lengths in an Ultracold Bose Gas

Author(s): Zav Shotan, Olga Machtey, Servaas Kokkelmans, and Lev KhaykovichWe report on measurements of three-body recombination loss rates in an ultracold gas of Li7 atoms in the extremely nonunivers … - Universality of Tip Singularity Formation in Freezing Water Drops

Author(s): A. G. Marín, O. R. Enríquez, P. Brunet, P. Colinet, and J. H. SnoeijerA drop of water deposited on a cold plate freezes into an ice drop with a pointy tip. While this phenomenon clearly fin … - Semiconducting-to-Metallic Photoconductivity Crossover and Temperature-Dependent Drude Weight in Graphene

Author(s): A. J. Frenzel, C. H. Lui, Y. C. Shin, J. Kong, and N. GedikWe investigate the transient photoconductivity of graphene at various gate-tuned carrier densities by optical-pump terahertz-probe … - Measuring a Topological Transition in an Artificial Spin-1/2 System

Author(s): M. D. Schroer, M. H. Kolodrubetz, W. F. Kindel, M. Sandberg, J. Gao, M. R. Vissers, D. P. Pappas, Anatoli Polkovnikov, and K. W. LehnertA collection of qubits are used to measure the topolo … - Many-Body Interactions with Tunable-Coupling Transmon Qubits

Author(s): A. Mezzacapo, L. Lamata, S. Filipp, and E. SolanoThe efficient implementation of many-body interactions in superconducting circuits allows for the realization of multipartite entanglement a … - Radiative Electroweak Symmetry Breaking Model Perturbative All the Way to the Planck Scale

Author(s): Dongjin Chway, Radovan Dermíšek, Tae Hyun Jung, and Hyung Do KimWe discuss an extension of the standard model by fields not charged under standard model gauge symmetry in which the electrow … - Beam-Energy Dependence of Charge Separation along the Magnetic Field in Au+Au Collisions at RHIC

Author(s): L. Adamczyk et al. (STAR Collaboration)Local parity-odd domains are theorized to form inside a quark-gluon plasma which has been produced in high-energy heavy-ion collisions. The local pari … - Proton-Neutron Pairing Correlations in the Self-Conjugate Nucleus K38 Probed via a Direct Measurement of the Isomer Shift

Author(s): M. L. Bissell, J. Papuga, H. Naïdja, K. Kreim, K. Blaum, M. De Rydt, R. F. Garcia Ruiz, H. Heylen, M. Kowalska, R. Neugart, G. Neyens, W. Nörtershäuser, F. Nowacki, M. M. Rajabali, R. Sanch … - Entanglement Generation Using Discrete Solitons in Coulomb Crystals

Author(s): H. Landa, A. Retzker, T. Schaetz, and B. ReznikLaser-cooled and trapped ions can crystallize and feature discrete solitons that are nonlinear, topologically protected configurations of the … - Deexcitation Dynamics of Superhydrogenated Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Cations after Soft-x-Ray Absorption

Author(s): G. Reitsma, L. Boschman, M. J. Deuzeman, O. González-Magaña, S. Hoekstra, S. Cazaux, R. Hoekstra, and T. SchlathölterWe have investigated the response of superhydrogenated gas-phase coronen … - PT

Author(s): Hui Jing, S. K. Özdemir, Xin-You Lü, Jing Zhang, Lan Yang, and Franco NoriBy exploiting recent developments associated with coupled microcavities, we introduce the concept of the PT-symmetr … - Jumping-Catalyst Dynamics in Nanowire Growth

Author(s): K. W. Schwarz, J. Tersoff, S. Kodambaka, and F. M. RossNanowire growth is generally considered a steady-state process, but oscillatory phenomena are known to often play a fundamental role. … - Phase-Resolved Surface Plasmon Interferometry of Graphene

Author(s): Justin A. Gerber, Samuel Berweger, Brian T. O’Callahan, and Markus B. RaschkeThe surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) of graphene reflect the microscopic spatial variations of underlying elect … - Role of Dispersion Interactions in the Polymorphism and Entropic Stabilization of the Aspirin Crystal

Author(s): Anthony M. Reilly and Alexandre TkatchenkoA quantum calculation that includes many-body interactions shows why one form of aspirin is more stable than a structurally similar form. [Phys. Re ... - Negative Oxygen Isotope Effect on the Static Spin Stripe Order in Superconducting La2-xBaxCuO4(x=1/8) Observed by Muon-Spin Rotation

Author(s): Z. Guguchia, R. Khasanov, M. Bendele, E. Pomjakushina, K. Conder, A. Shengelaya, and H. KellerLarge negative oxygen-isotope (O16 and O18) effects (OIEs) on the static spin-stripe-ordering t ... - Unifying the Low-Temperature Photoluminescence Spectra of Carbon Nanotubes: The Role of Acoustic Phonon Confinement

Author(s): F. Vialla, Y. Chassagneux, R. Ferreira, C. Roquelet, C. Diederichs, G. Cassabois, Ph. Roussignol, J. S. Lauret, and C. VoisinAt low temperature the photoluminescence of single-wall carbon n ... - Ultrafast Exciton Formation at the ZnO(101¯0) Surface

Author(s): J.-C. Deinert, D. Wegkamp, M. Meyer, C. Richter, M. Wolf, and J. StählerWe study the ultrafast quasiparticle dynamics in and below the ZnO conduction band using femtosecond time-resolved tw ... - Temporal Quantum Correlations and Leggett-Garg Inequalities in Multilevel Systems

Author(s): Costantino Budroni and Clive EmaryWe show that the quantum bound for temporal correlations in a Leggett-Garg test, analogous to the Tsirelson bound for spatial correlations in a Bell test, ... - Nonequilibrium Dynamics of One-Dimensional Hard-Core Anyons Following a Quench: Complete Relaxation of One-Body Observables

Author(s): Tod M. Wright, Marcos Rigol, Matthew J. Davis, and Karén V. KheruntsyanWe demonstrate the role of interactions in driving the relaxation of an isolated integrable quantum system following a ... - Naturalness and the Weak Gravity Conjecture

Author(s): Clifford Cheung and Grant N. RemmenThe weak gravity conjecture (WGC) is an ultraviolet consistency condition asserting that an Abelian force requires a state of charge q and mass m with q ... - Relative Entropies in Conformal Field Theory

Author(s): Nima LashkariRelative entropy is a measure of distinguishability for quantum states, and it plays a central role in quantum information theory. The family of Renyi entropies generalizes to ... - Freeze-Out Parameters from Electric Charge and Baryon Number Fluctuations: Is There Consistency?

Author(s): S. Borsanyi, Z. Fodor, S. D. Katz, S. Krieg, C. Ratti, and K. K. SzaboRecent results for moments of multiplicity distributions of net protons and net-electric charge from the STAR Collabora ... - Neutron Pair Transfer in Ni60+Sn116 Far below the Coulomb Barrier

Author(s): D. Montanari, L. Corradi, S. Szilner, G. Pollarolo, E. Fioretto, G. Montagnoli, F. Scarlassara, A. M. Stefanini, S. Courtin, A. Goasduff, F. Haas, D. Jelavić Malenica, C. Michelagnoli, T. M ... - Eley-Rideal Reactions with N Atoms at Ru(0001): Formation of NO and N2

Author(s): Teodor Zaharia, Aart W. Kleyn, and Michael A. GleesonForward-directed NO molecules with large translational energies are formed upon exposure of an O-covered Ru(0001) surface to a nitrogen ... - Spectral Multiplexing for Scalable Quantum Photonics using an Atomic Frequency Comb Quantum Memory and Feed-Forward Control

Author(s): Neil Sinclair, Erhan Saglamyurek, Hassan Mallahzadeh, Joshua A. Slater, Mathew George, Raimund Ricken, Morgan P. Hedges, Daniel Oblak, Christoph Simon, Wolfgang Sohler, and Wolfgang TittelF ... - Time-reversal-symmetry Breaking in Turbulence

Author(s): Jennifer Jucha, Haitao Xu, Alain Pumir, and Eberhard BodenschatzBy tracking the movement of tracer particles in a turbulent flow, researchers can connect the irreversibility of turbulence w ... - Entropy- and Flow-Induced Superfluid States

Author(s): Johan Carlström and Egor BabaevSuperfluidity can be induced, rather than destroyed, by thermal fluctuations in systems having free energy degeneracies.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 055301] Publish … - Anomalous Behavior of Dark States in Quantum Gases of Li6

Author(s): Mariusz Semczuk, Will Gunton, William Bowden, and Kirk W. MadisonWe create atom-molecule dark states in a degenerate Fermi gas of Li6 in both weakly and strongly interacting regimes using t … - Sharp Low-Energy Feature in Single-Particle Spectra due to Forward Scattering in d-Wave Cuprate Superconductors

Author(s): Seung Hwan Hong, Jin Mo Bok, Wentao Zhang, Junfeng He, X. J. Zhou, C. M. Varma, and Han-Yong ChoiThere is an enormous interest in the renormalization of the quasiparticle (qp) dispersion re … - Ultrafast Quenching of the Exchange Interaction in a Mott Insulator

Author(s): J. H. Mentink and M. EcksteinWe investigate how fast and how effective photocarrier excitation can modify the exchange interaction Jex in the prototype Mott-Hubbard insulator. We demonstrat … - Stochastic Resonance in Collective Exciton-Polariton Excitations inside a GaAs Microcavity

Author(s): H. Abbaspour, S. Trebaol, F. Morier-Genoud, M. T. Portella-Oberli, and B. DeveaudWe report the first observation of stochastic resonance in confined exciton polaritons. We evidence this phe … - Spin Pumping and Spin-Transfer Torques in Antiferromagnets

Author(s): Ran Cheng, Jiang Xiao, Qian Niu, and Arne BrataasSpin pumping and spin-transfer torques are two reciprocal phenomena widely studied in ferromagnetic materials. However, pumping from antifer … - Publisher’s Note: Measurement of the Isoscalar Monopole Rsponse in the Neutron-Rich Nucleus Ni68 [Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 032504 (2014)]

Author(s): M. Vandebrouck et al.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 059902] Published Tue Jul 29, 2014 - Single-Photon Transistor Mediated by Interstate Rydberg Interactions

Author(s): H. Gorniaczyk, C. Tresp, J. Schmidt, H. Fedder, and S. HofferberthResearchers have used interactions between highly excited atoms to make an optical transistor that can be activated by a si … - Single-Photon Transistor Using a Förster Resonance

Author(s): Daniel Tiarks, Simon Baur, Katharina Schneider, Stephan Dürr, and Gerhard RempeResearchers have used interactions between highly excited atoms to make an optical transistor that can be acti … - Erratum: Realization of 2D spin-orbit interaction and exotic topological orders in cold atoms [Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 086401 (2014)]

Author(s): Xiong-Jun Liu, K. T. Law, and T. K. Ng[Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 059901] Published Mon Jul 28, 2014 - Ultrarelativistic Electron States in a General Background Electromagnetic Field

Author(s): A. Di PiazzaThe feasibility of obtaining exact analytical results in the realm of QED in the presence of a background electromagnetic field is almost exclusively limited to a few tractable … - Quantum Phenomena in a Chirped Parametric Anharmonic Oscillator

Author(s): I. Barth and L. FriedlandParametric ladder climbing and the quantum saturation of the threshold for the classical parametric autoresonance due to the zero point fluctuations at low temperat … - Measurement of the Branching Fraction B(Λc+→pK-π+)

Author(s): A. Zupanc et al. (Belle Collaboration)We present the first model-independent measurement of the absolute branching fraction of the Λc+→pK-π+ decay using a data sample of 978 fb-1 collected … - Monopole-Driven Shell Evolution below the Doubly Magic Nucleus Sn132 Explored with the Long-Lived Isomer in Pd126

Author(s): H. Watanabe et al.A new isomer with a half-life of 23.0(8) ms has been identified at 2406 keV in Pd126 and is proposed to have a spin and parity of 10+ with a maximally aligned configuratio … - Antineutrino Monitoring for Heavy Water Reactors

Author(s): Eric Christensen, Patrick Huber, Patrick Jaffke, and Thomas E. SheaA system to monitor a nuclear reactor for possible diversion of weapons material would use an antineutrino detector parked … - Anderson Wall and Bloch Oscillations in Molecular Rotation

Author(s): Johannes Floß and Ilya Sh. AverbukhWe describe a universal behavior of linear molecules excited by a periodic train of short laser pulses under quantum resonance conditions. In a rigid roto … - Effects of Ultrafast Molecular Rotation on Collisional Decoherence

Author(s): Alexander A. Milner, Aleksey Korobenko, John W. Hepburn, and Valery MilnerUsing an optical centrifuge to control molecular rotation in an extremely broad range of angular momenta, we study … - Probing Electric and Magnetic Vacuum Fluctuations with Quantum Dots

Author(s): P. Tighineanu, M. L. Andersen, A. S. Sørensen, S. Stobbe, and P. LodahlThe electromagnetic-vacuum-field fluctuations are intimately linked to the process of spontaneous emission of light. A … - Emission of Microwave Photon Pairs by a Tunnel Junction

Author(s): Jean-Charles Forgues, Christian Lupien, and Bertrand ReuletWe report the observation of photon pairs in the photoassisted shot noise of a tunnel junction in the quantum regime at very high … - Quantum and Semiclassical Physics behind Ultrafast Optical Nonlinearity in the Midinfrared: The Role of Ionization Dynamics within the Field Half Cycle

Author(s): E. E. Serebryannikov and A. M. ZheltikovUltrafast ionization dynamics within the field half cycle is shown to be the key physical factor that controls the properties of optical nonlinearity … - Resistive Flow in a Weakly Interacting Bose-Einstein Condensate

Author(s): F. Jendrzejewski, S. Eckel, N. Murray, C. Lanier, M. Edwards, C. J. Lobb, and G. K. CampbellWe report the direct observation of resistive flow through a weak link in a weakly interacting at … - Flow Unit Perspective on Room Temperature Homogeneous Plastic Deformation in Metallic Glasses

Author(s): Z. Lu, W. Jiao, W. H. Wang, and H. Y. BaiA mandrel winding method, which can realize remarkable homogeneous plastic deformation at room temperature for various metallic glasses, is applied … - Enhanced Atom Mobility on the Surface of a Metastable Film

Author(s): A. Picone, M. Riva, G. Fratesi, A. Brambilla, G. Bussetti, M. Finazzi, L. Duò, and F. CiccacciA remarkable enhancement of atomic diffusion is highlighted by scanning tunneling microscopy pe … - Competing States in the t-J Model: Uniform d-Wave State versus Stripe State

Author(s): Philippe Corboz, T. M. Rice, and Matthias TroyerVariational studies of the t-J model on the square lattice based on infinite projected-entangled pair states confirm an extremely close compe … - Anderson Localization on the Bethe Lattice: Nonergodicity of Extended States

Author(s): A. De Luca, B. L. Altshuler, V. E. Kravtsov, and A. ScardicchioStatistical analysis of the eigenfunctions of the Anderson tight-binding model with on-site disorder on regular random graphs … - Linear Response Theory for Shear Modulus C66 and Raman Quadrupole Susceptibility: Evidence for Nematic Orbital Fluctuations in Fe-based Superconductors

Author(s): Hiroshi Kontani and Youichi YamakawaThe emergence of the nematic order and fluctuations has been discussed as a central issue in Fe-based superconductors. To clarify the origin of the nemat … - Magnetic-Field-Modulated Resonant Tunneling in Ferromagnetic-Insulator-Nonmagnetic Junctions

Author(s): Yang Song and Hanan DeryWe present a theory for resonance-tunneling magnetoresistance (MR) in ferromagnetic-insulator-nonmagnetic junctions. The theory sheds light on many of the recent ele … - Disorder-Induced Magnetoresistance in a Two-Dimensional Electron System

Author(s): Jinglei Ping, Indra Yudhistira, Navneeth Ramakrishnan, Sungjae Cho, Shaffique Adam, and Michael S. FuhrerFluctuations in the charge carrier density are shown, theoretically and experimental … - Percolation and Grain Boundary Wetting in Anisotropic Texturally Equilibrated Pore Networks

Author(s): Soheil Ghanbarzadeh, Maša Prodanović, and Marc A. HesseIn texturally equilibrated porous media the pore geometry evolves to minimize the energy of the liquid-solid interfaces, while maintai … - Single-File Charge Storage in Conducting Nanopores

Author(s): Alpha A. Lee, Svyatoslav Kondrat, and Alexei A. KornyshevCharging of a conducting tubular nanopore in a nanostructured electrode is treated using an exactly solvable 1D lattice model, inclu … - Experimental Comparison of Efficient Tomography Schemes for a Six-Qubit State

Author(s): Christian Schwemmer, Géza Tóth, Alexander Niggebaum, Tobias Moroder, David Gross, Otfried Gühne, and Harald WeinfurterQuantum state tomography suffers from the measurement effort increasing … - Method for Direct Measurement of Cosmic Acceleration by 21-cm Absorption Systems

Author(s): Hao-Ran Yu, Tong-Jie Zhang, and Ue-Li PenFuture radio surveys of intergalactic hydrogen clouds could offer the first direct measurement of the Universe’s acceleration. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 113 ... - Probing the Structure and Dynamics of Molecular Clusters Using Rotational Wave Packets

Author(s): Gediminas Galinis, Cephise Cacho, Richard T. Chapman, Andrew M. Ellis, Marius Lewerenz, Luis G. Mendoza Luna, Russell S. Minns, Mirjana Mladenović, Arnaud Rouzée, Emma Springate, I. C. Edmo ... - Tokamak Operation with Safety Factor q_{95}<2 via Control of MHD Stability

Author(s): P. Piovesan, J. M. Hanson, P. Martin, G. A. Navratil, F. Turco, J. Bialek, N. M. Ferraro, R. J. La Haye, M. J. Lanctot, M. Okabayashi, C. Paz-Soldan, E. J. Strait, A. D. Turnbull, P. Zanca, ... - Fractional Quantum Hall Effect in a Curved Space: Gravitational Anomaly and Electromagnetic Response

Author(s): T. Can, M. Laskin, and P. WiegmannThe electromagnetic response of fractional quantum Hall states is shown to be analogous to gravitational anomalies, allowing for the computation of previou ... - Phase Coexistence and Metal-Insulator Transition in Few-Layer Phosphorene: A Computational Study

Author(s): Jie Guan, Zhen Zhu, and David TománekBased on ab initio density functional calculations, we propose γ-P and δ-P as two additional stable structural phases of layered phosphorus besides the ... - Dephasing Effect on Backscattering of Helical Surface States in 3D Topological Insulators

Author(s): Haiwen Liu, Hua Jiang, Qing-feng Sun, and X. C. XieWe analyze the dephasing effect on the backscattering behavior of the helical surface states in 3D topological insulators. We show that th ... - Induced Magnetization in La0.7Sr0.3MnO3/BiFeO3 Superlattices

Author(s): Surendra Singh, J. T. Haraldsen, J. Xiong, E. M. Choi, P. Lu, D. Yi, X.-D. Wen, J. Liu, H. Wang, Z. Bi, P. Yu, M. R. Fitzsimmons, J. L. MacManus-Driscoll, R. Ramesh, A. V. Balatsky, Jian-Xi ... - Reheating Constraints to Inflationary Models

Author(s): Liang Dai, Marc Kamionkowski, and Junpu WangEvidence from the BICEP2 experiment for a significant gravitational-wave background has focused attention on inflaton potentials V(ϕ)∝ϕα with α=2 ... - Measurement of the Inclusive Leptonic Asymmetry in Top-Quark Pairs that Decay to Two Charged Leptons at CDF

Author(s): T. Aaltonen et al. (CDF Collaboration)We measure the inclusive forward–backward asymmetry of the charged-lepton pseudorapidities from top-quark pairs produced in proton–antiproton collision ... - Observation and Symmetry-Based Coherent Control of Transient Two-Photon Absorption: The Bright Side of Dark Pulses

Author(s): Andrey Gandman, Leonid Rybak, and Zohar AmitayFemtosecond coherent control of the time evolution of excited atomic state populations is demonstrated using phase-shaped light pulses.[Phys. R ... - Revisiting the Saffman-Taylor Experiment: Imbibition Patterns and Liquid-Entrainment Transitions

Author(s): Bertrand Levaché and Denis BartoloWe revisit the Saffman-Taylor experiment focusing on the forced-imbibition regime where the displacing fluid wets the confining walls. We demonstrate a new ... - Dense Suspension Splat: Monolayer Spreading and Hole Formation after Impact

Author(s): Luuk A. Lubbers, Qin Xu, Sam Wilken, Wendy W. Zhang, and Heinrich M. JaegerHigh-speed droplets containing a dense suspension of particles could be used to make universal coatings that sprea ... - Robust Signatures of Quantum Radiation Reaction in Focused Ultrashort Laser Pulses

Author(s): Jian-Xing Li, Karen Z. Hatsagortsyan, and Christoph H. KeitelRadiation-reaction effects in the interaction of an electron bunch with a superstrong focused ultrashort laser pulse are investi ... - Thermal-Inertial Effects on Magnetic Reconnection in Relativistic Pair Plasmas

Author(s): Luca Comisso and Felipe A. AsenjoThe magnetic reconnection process is studied in relativistic pair plasmas when the thermal and inertial properties of the magnetohydrodynamical fluid are in ... - Control of Stimulated Raman Scattering in the Strongly Nonlinear and Kinetic Regime Using Spike Trains of Uneven Duration and Delay

Author(s): B. J. Albright, L. Yin, and B. AfeyanStimulated Raman scattering (SRS) in its strongly nonlinear, kinetic regime is controlled by a technique of deterministic, strong temporal modulation an ... - Tomography of Band Insulators from Quench Dynamics

Author(s): Philipp Hauke, Maciej Lewenstein, and André EckardtWe propose a simple scheme for tomography of band-insulating states in one- and two-dimensional optical lattices with two sublattice state ... - Delocalization of Weakly Interacting Bosons in a 1D Quasiperiodic Potential

Author(s): V. P. Michal, B. L. Altshuler, and G. V. ShlyapnikovWe consider weakly interacting bosons in a 1D quasiperiodic potential (Aubry-Azbel-Harper model) in the regime where all single-particle ... - Role of Fragility in the Formation of Highly Stable Organic Glasses

Author(s): A. Sepúlveda, M. Tylinski, A. Guiseppi-Elie, R. Richert, and M. D. EdigerIn situ dielectric spectroscopy has been used to characterize vapor-deposited glasses of methyl-m-toluate (MMT), an ... - Finite-Size Effects: Hydrogen in Fe/V(001) Superlattices

Author(s): Xiao Xin, Gunnar K. Pálsson, Max Wolff, and Björgvin HjörvarssonWe investigate the effect of finite size on phase boundaries of hydride formation in ultrathin metallic films, using Fe/V(001 ... - Spin-Valley Filtering in Strained Graphene Structures with Artificially Induced Carrier Mass and Spin-Orbit Coupling

Author(s): Marko M. Grujić, Milan Ž. Tadić, and François M. PeetersThe interplay of massive electrons with spin-orbit coupling in bulk graphene results in a spin-valley dependent gap. Thus, a barrier ... - Spin and Valley Noise in Two-Dimensional Dirac Materials

Author(s): Wang-Kong Tse, A. Saxena, D. L. Smith, and N. A. SinitsynWe develop a theory for optical Faraday rotation noise in two-dimensional Dirac materials. In contrast to spin noise in conventional ... - Topological Criticality in the Chiral-Symmetric AIII Class at Strong Disorder

Author(s): Ian Mondragon-Shem, Taylor L. Hughes, Juntao Song, and Emil ProdanThe chiral AIII symmetry class in the classification table of topological insulators contains topological phases classified ... - Spin-Wave Spectrum of the Quantum Ferromagnet on the Pyrochlore Lattice Lu2V2O7

Author(s): M. Mena, R. S. Perry, T. G. Perring, M. D. Le, S. Guerrero, M. Storni, D. T. Adroja, Ch. Rüegg, and D. F. McMorrowNeutron inelastic scattering has been used to probe the spin dynamics of th ... - Chirality-Induced Asymmetric Magnetic Nucleation in Pt/Co/AlOx Ultrathin Microstructures

Author(s): S. Pizzini, J. Vogel, S. Rohart, L. D. Buda-Prejbeanu, E. Jué, O. Boulle, I. M. Miron, C. K. Safeer, S. Auffret, G. Gaudin, and A. ThiavilleThe nucleation of reversed magnetic domains in Pt ... - Channel-Facilitated Diffusion Boosted by Particle Binding at the Channel Entrance

Author(s): Stefano Pagliara, Simon L. Dettmer, and Ulrich F. KeyserWe investigate single-file diffusion of Brownian particles in arrays of closely confining microchannels permeated by a variety of att ... - Publisher’s Note: Dielectron Mass Spectra from Au+Au Collisions at sNN=200 GeV [Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 022301 (2014)]

Author(s): L. Adamczyk et al. (STAR Collaboration)[Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 049903] Published Wed Jul 23, 2014 - Robust and Versatile Black-Box Certification of Quantum Devices

Author(s): Tzyh Haur Yang, Tamás Vértesi, Jean-Daniel Bancal, Valerio Scarani, and Miguel NavascuésSelf-testing refers to the fact that, in some quantum devices, both states and measurements can be as … - Detection-Enhanced Steady State Entanglement with Ions

Author(s): C. D. B. Bentley, A. R. R. Carvalho, D. Kielpinski, and J. J. HopeDriven dissipative steady state entanglement schemes take advantage of coupling to the environment to robustly prepare high … - Correction of Arbitrary Field Errors in Population Inversion of Quantum Systems by Universal Composite Pulses

Author(s): Genko T. Genov, Daniel Schraft, Thomas Halfmann, and Nikolay V. VitanovWe introduce universal broadband composite pulse sequences for robust high-fidelity population inversion in two-state … - Publisher’s Note: Rheology of Semiflexible Bundle Networks with Transient Linkers [Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 238102 (2014)]

Author(s): Kei W. Müller, Robijn F. Bruinsma, Oliver Lieleg, Andreas R. Bausch, Wolfgang A. Wall, and Alex J. Levine[Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 049901] Published Tue Jul 22, 2014 - Realization of Quantum Digital Signatures without the Requirement of Quantum Memory

Author(s): Robert J. Collins, Ross J. Donaldson, Vedran Dunjko, Petros Wallden, Patrick J. Clarke, Erika Andersson, John Jeffers, and Gerald S. BullerWith a simple optical experiment, researchers have … - No New Cosmological Concordance with Massive Sterile Neutrinos

Author(s): Boris Leistedt, Hiranya V. Peiris, and Licia VerdeContrary to earlier claims, the existence of massive sterile neutrinos does not reduce the discrepancy between cosmological data sets from … - First Direct Measurement of the H2(α,γ)Li6 Cross Section at Big Bang Energies and the Primordial Lithium Problem

Author(s): M. Anders et al. (LUNA Collaboration)Recent observations of Li6 in metal poor stars suggest a large production of this isotope during big bang nucleosynthesis (BBN). In standard BBN calcula … - Topological Quantum Phases of He4 Confined to Nanoporous Materials

Author(s): Lode Pollet and Anatoly B. KuklovThe ground state of He4 confined in a system with the topology of cylinder can display properties of solid, superfluid, and liquid crystal. This phase, whic … - Three-Body Physics in Strongly Correlated Spinor Condensates

Author(s): V. E. Colussi, Chris H. Greene, and J. P. D’IncaoSpinor condensates have proven to be a rich area for probing many-body phenomena richer than that of an ultracold gas consisting of atoms re … - Influence of Contact-Line Curvature on the Evaporation of Nanodroplets from Solid Substrates

Author(s): Jianguo Zhang, Frédéric Leroy, and Florian Müller-PlatheThe effect of the three-phase contact-line curvature on the evaporation mechanism of nanoscopic droplets from smooth and chemically h … - Dirac and Weyl Superconductors in Three Dimensions

Author(s): Shengyuan A. Yang, Hui Pan, and Fan ZhangWe introduce the concept of three-dimensional Dirac (Weyl) superconductors (SC), which have protected bulk fourfold (twofold) nodal points and surfa … - Characterization of Spin-Orbit Interactions of GaAs Heavy Holes Using a Quantum Point Contact

Author(s): Fabrizio Nichele, Stefano Chesi, Szymon Hennel, Angela Wittmann, Christian Gerl, Werner Wegscheider, Daniel Loss, Thomas Ihn, and Klaus EnsslinTransport measurements confirm the presence of … - Ground-State Cooling of a Carbon Nanomechanical Resonator by Spin-Polarized Current

Author(s): P. Stadler, W. Belzig, and G. RastelliWe study the nonequilibrium steady state of a mechanical resonator in the quantum regime realized by a suspended carbon nanotube quantum dot in contact … - Superradiant Decay of Cyclotron Resonance of Two-Dimensional Electron Gases

Author(s): Qi Zhang, Takashi Arikawa, Eiji Kato, John L. Reno, Wei Pan, John D. Watson, Michael J. Manfra, Michael A. Zudov, Mikhail Tokman, Maria Erukhimova, Alexey Belyanin, and Junichiro KonoWe rep … - Active Phase and Amplitude Fluctuations of Flagellar Beating

Author(s): Rui Ma, Gary S. Klindt, Ingmar H. Riedel-Kruse, Frank Jülicher, and Benjamin M. FriedrichThe eukaryotic flagellum beats periodically, driven by the oscillatory dynamics of molecular motors, …