- Robust Asymptotic Entanglement under Multipartite Collective Dephasing

Author(s): Edoardo G. Carnio, Andreas Buchleitner, and Manuel GessnerWe derive an analytic solution for the ensemble-averaged collective dephasing dynamics of N noninteracting atoms in a fluctuating h … - Nonthermal Quantum Channels as a Thermodynamical Resource

Author(s): Miguel Navascués and Luis Pedro García-PintosQuantum thermodynamics can be understood as a resource theory, whereby thermal states are free and the only allowed operations are unitary trans … - Leptogenesis via Axion Oscillations after Inflation

Author(s): Alexander Kusenko, Kai Schmitz, and Tsutomu T. YanagidaOnce a light axionlike scalar field couples to the electroweak gauge bosons, its classical motion during reheating induces an effectiv … - Giant Cross Section for Molecular Ion Formation in Ultracold Rydberg Gases

Author(s): Thomas Niederprüm, Oliver Thomas, Torsten Manthey, Tobias M. Weber, and Herwig OttWe have studied the associative ionization of a Rydberg atom and a ground-state atom in an ultracold Rydber … - Test of Equivalence Principle at 10^{−8} Level by a Dual-Species Double-Diffraction Raman Atom Interferometer

Author(s): Lin Zhou, Shitong Long, Biao Tang, Xi Chen, Fen Gao, Wencui Peng, Weitao Duan, Jiaqi Zhong, Zongyuan Xiong, Jin Wang, Yuanzhong Zhang, and Mingsheng ZhanWe report an improved test of the we … - Observation of Photon Echoes From Evanescently Coupled Rare-Earth Ions in a Planar Waveguide

Author(s): Sara Marzban, John G. Bartholomew, Stephen Madden, Khu Vu, and Matthew J. SellarsWe report the measurement of the inhomogeneous linewidth, homogeneous linewidth, and spin-state lifetime of … - Accelerating Self-Imaging: The Airy-Talbot Effect

Author(s): Yaakov Lumer, Lee Drori, Yoav Hazan, and Mordechai SegevThe Talbot effect, where an optical field reproduces itself at constant intervals along a straight propgation line, has been demonstr … - Visualizing Pure Quantum Turbulence in Superfluid ^{3} He: Andreev Reflection and its Spectral Properties

Author(s): A. W. Baggaley, V. Tsepelin, C. F. Barenghi, S. N. Fisher, G. R. Pickett, Y. A. Sergeev, and N. SuramlishviliQuantum turbulence in superfluid 3He is probed at length scales smaller than the … - Electronic Properties of Bilayer Graphene Strongly Coupled to Interlayer Stacking and an External Electric Field

Author(s): Changwon Park, Junga Ryou, Suklyun Hong, Bobby G. Sumpter, Gunn Kim, and Mina YoonBilayer graphene (BLG) with a tunable band gap appears interesting as an alternative to graphene for practi … - Orientational Coherent Effects of High-Energy Particles in a LiNbO_{3} Crystal

Author(s): E. Bagli, V. Guidi, A. Mazzolari, L. Bandiera, G. Germogli, A. I. Sytov, D. De Salvador, A. Argiolas, M. Bazzan, A. Carnera, A. Berra, D. Bolognini, D. Lietti, M. Prest, and E. VallazzaA be … - Heterogeneous Viscoelasticity: A Combined Theory of Dynamic and Elastic Heterogeneity

Author(s): Walter Schirmacher, Giancarlo Ruocco, and Valerio MazzoneWe present a heterogeneous version of Maxwell’s theory of viscoelasticity based on the assumption of spatially fluctuating local vis … - Observation and Origin of Extraordinary Atomic Mobility at Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces at Low Temperatures

Author(s): Zumin Wang, Lars P. H. Jeurgens, Wilfried Sigle, and Eric J. MittemeijerExtraordinarily high mobility of Si and Ge atoms at semiconductor (Si, Ge)-metal (Al) interfaces is observed at tempe … - Quantifying Density Fluctuations in Water at a Hydrophobic Surface: Evidence for Critical Drying

Author(s): Robert Evans and Nigel B. WildingEmploying smart Monte Carlo sampling techniques within the grand canonical ensemble, we investigate the properties of water at a model hydrophobic substrate … - Shifting the Voltage Drop in Electron Transport Through a Single Molecule

Author(s): Sujoy Karan, David Jacob, Michael Karolak, Christian Hamann, Yongfeng Wang, Alexander Weismann, Alexander I. Lichtenstein, and Richard BerndtSmall changes in the configuration of a molecule … - Giant Negative Magnetoresistance Driven by Spin-Orbit Coupling at the LaAlO_{3} /SrTiO_{3} Interface

Author(s): M. Diez, A. M. R. V. L. Monteiro, G. Mattoni, E. Cobanera, T. Hyart, E. Mulazimoglu, N. Bovenzi, C. W. J. Beenakker, and A. D. CavigliaThe LaAlO_{3}/SrTiO_{3} interface hosts a two-dimensio … - Revealing the Empty-State Electronic Structure of Single-Unit-Cell FeSe/SrTiO_{3}

Author(s): Dennis Huang, Can-Li Song, Tatiana A. Webb, Shiang Fang, Cui-Zu Chang, Jagadeesh S. Moodera, Efthimios Kaxiras, and Jennifer E. HoffmanWe use scanning tunneling spectroscopy to investigate … - Influences of Exciton Diffusion and Exciton-Exciton Annihilation on Photon Emission Statistics of Carbon Nanotubes

Author(s): Xuedan Ma, Oleskiy Roslyak, Juan G. Duque, Xiaoying Pang, Stephen K. Doorn, Andrei Piryatinski, David H. Dunlap, and Han HtoonPump-dependent photoluminescence imaging and second-order photo … - Wave-Field Shaping in Cavities: Waves Trapped in a Box with Controllable Boundaries

Author(s): Matthieu Dupré, Philipp del Hougne, Mathias Fink, Fabrice Lemoult, and Geoffroy LeroseyElectromagnetic cavities are used in numerous domains of applied and fundamental physics, from microwa … - Genuine High-Order Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Steering

Author(s): Che-Ming Li, Kai Chen, Yueh-Nan Chen, Qiang Zhang, Yu-Ao Chen, and Jian-Wei PanEinstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) steering demonstrates that two parties share entanglement even if the measuremen … - Generalization of von Neumann’s Approach to Thermalization

Author(s): Peter ReimannThermalization of isolated many-body systems is demonstrated by generalizing an approach originally due to von Neumann: For arbitrary initial states with a macroscopically well … - Observation of the ψ(1 ^{3} D_{2} ) State in e^{+} e^{−} →π^{+} π^{−} γχ_{c1} at BESIII

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)We report the observation of the X(3823) state in the process e^{+}e^{−}→π^{+}π^{−}X(3823)→π^{+}π^{−}γχ_{c1} with a statistical significance of 6.2σ, … - Half-Quantum Vortices in an Antiferromagnetic Spinor Bose-Einstein Condensate

Author(s): Sang Won Seo, Seji Kang, Woo Jin Kwon, and Yong-il ShinWe report on the observation of half-quantum vortices (HQVs) in the easy-plane polar phase of an antiferromagnetic spinor Bose-Einstei … - Tuning the Liquid-Liquid Transition by Modulating the Hydrogen-Bond Angular Flexibility in a Model for Water

Author(s): Frank Smallenburg and Francesco SciortinoA liquid-liquid transition with no intervening ice stage is predicted in supercooled water when the hydrogen bond flexibility is tuned.[Phys. Rev. L ... - Testing Landscape Theory for Biomolecular Processes with Single Molecule Fluorescence Spectroscopy

Author(s): Katherine Truex, Hoi Sung Chung, John M. Louis, and William A. EatonAlthough Kramers’ theory for diffusive barrier crossing on a 1D free energy profile plays a central role in landscape the ... - Observation of the Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless Phase Transition in an Ultracold Fermi Gas

Author(s): P. A. Murthy, I. Boettcher, L. Bayha, M. Holzmann, D. Kedar, M. Neidig, M. G. Ries, A. N. Wenz, G. Zürn, and S. JochimExperiments with cold atoms explore the low temperature superfluid phas … - Search for Ultralight Scalar Dark Matter with Atomic Spectroscopy

Author(s): Ken Van Tilburg, Nathan Leefer, Lykourgos Bougas, and Dmitry BudkerScientists have now enlisted atomic spectroscopy in the hunt for dark matter.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 011802] Published Tue … - Microwaves Probe Dipole Blockade and van der Waals Forces in a Cold Rydberg Gas

Author(s): R. Celistrino Teixeira, C. Hermann-Avigliano, T. L. Nguyen, T. Cantat-Moltrecht, J. M. Raimond, S. Haroche, S. Gleyzes, and M. BruneWe show that microwave spectroscopy of a dense Rydberg ga … - Ground-State Cooling of a Trapped Ion Using Long-Wavelength Radiation

Author(s): S. Weidt, J. Randall, S. C. Webster, E. D. Standing, A. Rodriguez, A. E. Webb, B. Lekitsch, and W. K. HensingerWe demonstrate ground-state cooling of a trapped ion using radio-frequency (rf … - Two-Color Radiation Generated in a Seeded Free-Electron Laser with Two Electron Beams

Author(s): A. Petralia et al.We present the experimental evidence of the generation of coherent and statistically stable two-color free-electron laser radiation obtained by seeding an electron beam do … - Prediction of Lightning Inception by Large Ice Particles and Extensive Air Showers

Author(s): Anna Dubinova, Casper Rutjes, Ute Ebert, Stijn Buitink, Olaf Scholten, and Gia Thi Ngoc TrinhWe derive that lightning can start if the electric field is 15% of the breakdown field, and if e … - Surface Fraction Dependence of Contact Angles Induced by Kinks in the Triple Line

Author(s): M. Rivetti, J. Teisseire, and E. BarthelOn periodic superhydrophobic surfaces the receding contact angle often scales with the surface fraction, as expected from a simple rule of mixture, t … - Photoemission Circular Dichroism and Spin Polarization of the Topological Surface States in Ultrathin Bi_{2} Te_{3} Films

Author(s): C.-Z. Xu, Y. Liu, R. Yukawa, L.-X. Zhang, I. Matsuda, T. Miller, and T.-C. ChiangThe complex behavior of photoemission in topological insulators is a result of quantum interference involvin … - Publisher’s Note: Singlet-Triplet Excitations and Long-Range Entanglement in the Spin-Orbital Liquid Candidate FeSc_{2} S_{4} [Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 207201 (2015)]

Author(s): N. J. Laurita, J. Deisenhofer, LiDong Pan, C. M. Morris, M. Schmidt, M. Johnsson, V. Tsurkan, A. Loidl, and N. P. Armitage[Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 019901] Published Tue Jun 30, 2015 - Growth Rate of Cosmological Perturbations at z∼0.1 from a New Observational Test

Author(s): Martin Feix, Adi Nusser, and Enzo BranchiniSpatial variations in the distribution of galaxy luminosities, estimated from redshifts as distance proxies, are correlated with the peculiar velo … - Derivation of Dark Matter Parity from Lepton Parity

Author(s): Ernest MaIt is shown that in extensions of the standard model of quarks and leptons where the additive lepton number L is broken by two units, so that Z_{2} lepton parity, i.e., (−1)^{L} wh … - Evidence for Collective Multiparticle Correlations in p−Pb Collisions

Author(s): V. Khachatryan et al. (CMS Collaboration)The plasma of quarks and gluons that forms when a proton collides with a lead nucleus has unexpected liquid-like properties.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 0 ... - Coupling of Neutral-Beam-Driven Compressional Alfvén Eigenmodes to Kinetic Alfvén Waves in NSTX Tokamak and Energy Channeling

Author(s): E. V. Belova, N. N. Gorelenkov, E. D. Fredrickson, K. Tritz, and N. A. CrockerAn energy-channeling mechanism is proposed to explain flattening of the electron temperature profiles at a high ... - Equilibrium Vacancy Concentration Driven by Undetectable Impurities

Author(s): Thomas Schuler, Caroline Barouh, Maylise Nastar, and Chu-Chun FuBy means of ab initio calculations combined to statistical mechanics, we provide new evidence that an experimentally undetect ... - Interacting Surface States of Three-Dimensional Topological Insulators

Author(s): Titus Neupert, Stephan Rachel, Ronny Thomale, and Martin GreiterWe numerically investigate the surface states of a strong topological insulator in the presence of strong electron-electron i ... - Understanding of Phase Noise Squeezing Under Fractional Synchronization of a Nonlinear Spin Transfer Vortex Oscillator

Author(s): R. Lebrun, A. Jenkins, A. Dussaux, N. Locatelli, S. Tsunegi, E. Grimaldi, H. Kubota, P. Bortolotti, K. Yakushiji, J. Grollier, A. Fukushima, S. Yuasa, and V. CrosWe investigate experimental ... - Thermomechanical Two-Mode Squeezing in an Ultrahigh-Q Membrane Resonator

Author(s): Y. S. Patil, S. Chakram, L. Chang, and M. VengalattoreWe realize a quantum-compatible multimode interaction in an ultrahigh Q mechanical resonator via a reservoir-mediated parametric coupli ... - How Statistical Forces Depend on the Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Driven Media

Author(s): Urna Basu, Christian Maes, and Karel NetočnýWe study the statistical force of a nonequilibrium environment on a quasistatic probe. In the linear regime, the isothermal work on the probe equ ... - Ultrahigh-Energy Debris from the Collisional Penrose Process

Author(s): Emanuele Berti, Richard Brito, and Vitor CardosoParticles orbiting near a spinning black hole might collide and get ejected with much more energy than previous calculations showed.[Phys. Re ... - Casimir Energy of Confining Large N Gauge Theories

Author(s): Gökçe Başar, Aleksey Cherman, David A. McGady, and Masahito YamazakiFour-dimensional asymptotically free large N gauge theories compactified on S_{R}^{3}×R have a weakly coupled confining r ... - Observation of Charge Asymmetry Dependence of Pion Elliptic Flow and the Possible Chiral Magnetic Wave in Heavy-Ion Collisions

Author(s): L. Adamczyk et al. (STAR Collaboration)A possible signature of chiral symmetry restoration, in the form of a chiral magnetic wave in the quark-gluon plasma, has been observed in heavy-ion c ... - PT-Symmetry-Breaking Chaos in Optomechanics

Author(s): Xin-You Lü, Hui Jing, Jin-Yong Ma, and Ying WuWe demonstrate PT-symmetry-breaking chaos in an optomechanical system, which features an ultralow driving threshold. In principle, this chaos w ... - Alpha Heating and Burning Plasmas in Inertial Confinement Fusion

Author(s): R. Betti, A. R. Christopherson, B. K. Spears, R. Nora, A. Bose, J. Howard, K. M. Woo, M. J. Edwards, and J. SanzAlpha particles would need to provide 50 kJ of heating to achieve a burning p ... - Connecting Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless and BEC Phase Transitions by Tuning Interactions in a Trapped Gas

Author(s): Richard J. Fletcher, Martin Robert-de-Saint-Vincent, Jay Man, Nir Navon, Robert P. Smith, Konrad G. H. Viebahn, and Zoran HadzibabicA harmonically trapped atomic gas can transition from a B ... - Generalized Manning Condensation Model Captures the RNA Ion Atmosphere

Author(s): Ryan L. Hayes, Jeffrey K. Noel, Ana Mandic, Paul C. Whitford, Karissa Y. Sanbonmatsu, Udayan Mohanty, and José N. OnuchicRNA is highly sensitive to the ionic environment and typically requi ... - First Direct Measurement of ^{12} C( ^{12} C,n) ^{23} Mg at Stellar Energies

Author(s): B. Bucher et al.Neutrons produced by the carbon fusion reaction ^{12}C(^{12}C,n)^{23}Mg play an important role in stellar nucleosynthesis. However, past studies have shown large discrepanci … - Low-Lying Structure of ^{50} Ar and the N=32 Subshell Closure

Author(s): D. Steppenbeck, S. Takeuchi, N. Aoi, P. Doornenbal, M. Matsushita, H. Wang, Y. Utsuno, H. Baba, S. Go, J. Lee, K. Matsui, S. Michimasa, T. Motobayashi, D. Nishimura, T. Otsuka, H. Sakurai, … - Coherent Heteronuclear Spin Dynamics in an Ultracold Spinor Mixture

Author(s): Xiaoke Li, Bing Zhu, Xiaodong He, Fudong Wang, Mingyang Guo, Zhi-Fang Xu, Shizhong Zhang, and Dajun WangWe report the observation of coherent heteronuclear spin dynamics driven by interspec … - Strain Doping: Reversible Single-Axis Control of a Complex Oxide Lattice via Helium Implantation

Author(s): Hangwen Guo, Shuai Dong, Philip D. Rack, John D. Budai, Christianne Beekman, Zheng Gai, Wolter Siemons, C. M. Gonzalez, R. Timilsina, Anthony T. Wong, Andreas Herklotz, Paul C. Snijders, El … - First-Order Melting of a Weak Spin-Orbit Mott Insulator into a Correlated Metal

Author(s): Tom Hogan, Z. Yamani, D. Walkup, Xiang Chen, Rebecca Dally, Thomas Z. Ward, M. P. M. Dean, John Hill, Z. Islam, Vidya Madhavan, and Stephen D. WilsonThe electronic phase diagram of the weak … - Time-Frequency Analysis Reveals Pairwise Interactions in Insect Swarms

Author(s): James G. Puckett, Rui Ni, and Nicholas T. OuelletteThe macroscopic emergent behavior of social animal groups is a classic example of dynamical self-organization, and is thought to arise fro … - Hydrodynamic Trapping of Swimming Bacteria by Convex Walls

Author(s): O. Sipos, K. Nagy, R. Di Leonardo, and P. GalajdaSwimming bacteria display a remarkable tendency to move along flat surfaces for prolonged times. This behavior may have a biological importa … - Direct Observation of the Dynamics of Self-Assembly of Individual Solvation Layers in Molecularly Confined Liquids

Author(s): Josep Relat-Goberna and Sergi Garcia-ManyesConfined liquids organize in solidlike layers at the liquid-substrate interface. Here we use force-clamp spectroscopy AFM to capture the equilibri … - Necessary and Sufficient Condition for Quantum State-Independent Contextuality

Author(s): Adán Cabello, Matthias Kleinmann, and Costantino BudroniWe solve the problem of whether a set of quantum tests reveals state-independent contextuality and use this result to identify the si … - Contextuality in Phase Space

Author(s): Ali Asadian, Costantino Budroni, Frank E. S. Steinhoff, Peter Rabl, and Otfried GühneWe present a general framework for contextuality tests in phase space using displacement operators. Firs … - Unscreening Modified Gravity in the Matter Power Spectrum

Author(s): Lucas Lombriser, Fergus Simpson, and Alexander MeadViable modifications of gravity that may produce cosmic acceleration need to be screened in high-density regions such as the Solar System, … - Absence of Quantum Time Crystals

Author(s): Haruki Watanabe and Masaki OshikawaIn analogy with crystalline solids around us, Wilczek recently proposed the idea of “time crystals” as phases that spontaneously break the continuous time … - Topological Valley Currents in Gapped Dirac Materials

Author(s): Yuri D. Lensky, Justin C. W. Song, Polnop Samutpraphoot, and Leonid S. LevitovGapped 2D Dirac materials, in which inversion symmetry is broken by a gap-opening perturbation, feature a uniqu … - Topological Surface States Originated Spin-Orbit Torques in Bi_{2} Se_{3}

Author(s): Yi Wang, Praveen Deorani, Karan Banerjee, Nikesh Koirala, Matthew Brahlek, Seongshik Oh, and Hyunsoo YangThe three dimensional topological insulator bismuth selenide (Bi_{2}Se_{3}) is expec … - Controlling the Location of Bare Nanoparticles in Polymer-Nanoparticle Blend Films by Adding Polymer-Grafted Nanoparticles

Author(s): Kishore Kumar Sriramoju and Venkat PadmanabhanWe present molecular dynamics simulations of polymer-nanoparticle blends in films containing both grafted and ungrafted nanoparticles where the … - Probing Colloidal Gels at Multiple Length Scales: The Role of Hydrodynamics

Author(s): C. Patrick Royall, Jens Eggers, Akira Furukawa, and Hajime TanakaColloidal gels are out-of-equilibrium structures, made up of a rarefied network of colloidal particles. Comparing experiment … - Equilibration Rates in a Strongly Coupled Nonconformal Quark-Gluon Plasma

Author(s): Alex Buchel, Michal P. Heller, and Robert C. MyersWe initiate the study of equilibration rates of strongly coupled quark-gluon plasmas in the absence of conformal symmetry. We primarily con … - Electron-Phonon Interactions, Metal-Insulator Transitions, and Holographic Massive Gravity

Author(s): Matteo Baggioli and Oriol PujolàsA quantum gravity holographic model can describe strongly correlated systems, in particular polaron quasiparticles, predicting a metal-insulator transition. … - Axial Current Generation by P-Odd Domains in QCD Matter

Author(s): Ioannis Iatrakis, Shu Lin, and Yi YinThe dynamics of topological domains which break parity (P) and charge-parity (CP) symmetry of QCD are studied. We derive in a general setting that those … - Results of a Direct Search Using Synchrotron Radiation for the Low-Energy ^{229} Th Nuclear Isomeric Transition

Author(s): Justin Jeet, Christian Schneider, Scott T. Sullivan, Wade G. Rellergert, Saed Mirzadeh, A. Cassanho, H. P. Jenssen, Eugene V. Tkalya, and Eric R. HudsonWe report the results of a direct sea … - Tunable Circularly Polarized Terahertz Radiation from Magnetized Gas Plasma

Author(s): W.-M. Wang, P. Gibbon, Z.-M. Sheng, and Y.-T. LiIt is shown, by simulation and theory, that circularly or elliptically polarized terahertz radiation can be generated when a static magnetic … - Laser-Frequency Stabilization Based on Steady-State Spectral-Hole Burning in Eu^{3+} ∶Y_{2} SiO_{5}

Author(s): Shon Cook, Till Rosenband, and David R. LeibrandtCrystals doped with rare-earth ions, and cooled to 4 K, can be optically pumped so that they are transparent over narrow frequency ranges. U … - Microwave Chip-Based Beam Splitter for Low-Energy Guided Electrons

Author(s): Jakob Hammer, Sebastian Thomas, Philipp Weber, and Peter HommelhoffA new electron beam splitter that fits on a millimeter-sized chip could allow quantum optics experiments with free electro … - Bursts of Terahertz Radiation from Large-Scale Plasmas Irradiated by Relativistic Picosecond Laser Pulses

Author(s): G. Q. Liao (廖国前), Y. T. Li (李玉同), C. Li (李春), L. N. Su (苏鲁宁), Y. Zheng (郑轶), M. Liu (刘梦), W. M. Wang (王伟民), Z. D. Hu (胡志丹), W. C. Yan (闫文超), J. Dunn, J. Nilsen, J. Hunter, Y. Liu (刘越), X. W … - Cross-Scale Interactions between Electron and Ion Scale Turbulence in a Tokamak Plasma

Author(s): S. Maeyama, Y. Idomura, T.-H. Watanabe, M. Nakata, M. Yagi, N. Miyato, A. Ishizawa, and M. NunamiMultiscale gyrokinetic turbulence simulations with the real ion-to-electron mass ratio and β … - Quantum Critical Scaling of Dirty Bosons in Two Dimensions

Author(s): Ray Ng and Erik S. SørensenWe determine the dynamical critical exponent z appearing at the Bose glass to superfluid transition in two dimensions by performing large scale numerical studies … - Gapped Surface States in a Strong-Topological-Insulator Material

Author(s): A. P. Weber, Q. D. Gibson, Huiwen Ji, A. N. Caruso, A. V. Fedorov, R. J. Cava, and T. VallaTopological-crystalline-insulators and strong-topological-insulator phases of matter can be presen … - Spin-Fluctuation-Driven Nematic Charge-Density Wave in Cuprate Superconductors: Impact of Aslamazov-Larkin Vertex Corrections

Author(s): Youichi Yamakawa and Hiroshi KontaniWe present a microscopic derivation of the nematic charge-density wave (CDW) formation in cuprate superconductors based on the three-orbital d−p Hubbard … - Effective Field Theory of the Disordered Weyl Semimetal

Author(s): Alexander Altland and Dmitry BagretsIn disordered Weyl semimetals, mechanisms of topological origin lead to the protection against Anderson localization, and at the same time to different t … - Braiding a Flock: Winding Statistics of Interacting Flying Spins

Author(s): Jean-Baptiste Caussin and Denis BartoloIndividual birds flying in a flock do not fly in straight lines, but weave in and out of each other. Topological invariant braiding statistics shows t … - Examining the Mechanical Equilibrium of Microscopic Stresses in Molecular Simulations

Author(s): Alejandro Torres-Sánchez, Juan M. Vanegas, and Marino ArroyoThe microscopic stress field provides a unique connection between atomistic simulations and mechanics at the nanoscale. However, … - Multiple Observers Can Share the Nonlocality of Half of an Entangled Pair by Using Optimal Weak Measurements

Author(s): Ralph Silva, Nicolas Gisin, Yelena Guryanova, and Sandu PopescuWe investigate the trade-off between information gain and disturbance for von Neumann measurements on spin-1/2 particles, and … - Imaging Molecular Motion: Femtosecond X-Ray Scattering of an Electrocyclic Chemical Reaction

Author(s): M. P. Minitti, J. M. Budarz, A. Kirrander, J. S. Robinson, D. Ratner, T. J. Lane, D. Zhu, J. M. Glownia, M. Kozina, H. T. Lemke, M. Sikorski, Y. Feng, S. Nelson, K. Saita, B. Stankus, T. No … - Quantum Electrodynamical Corrections to Energy Levels of Diatomic Quasimolecules

Author(s): A. N. Artemyev and A. SurzhykovWe elaborate an ab initio approach for the evaluation of the one-loop quantum electrodynamical corrections to energy levels of diatomic quasimolecules. The ap … - Accurate Extraction of Electrostatic Force by a Voltage-Pulse Force Spectroscopy

Author(s): Eiichi Inami and Yoshiaki SugimotoA new technique in atomic force microscopy more accurately measures the electrostatic force between the probe and the surface.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 246102 ... - UO_{2} Oxidative Corrosion by Nonclassical Diffusion

Author(s): Joanne E. Stubbs, Anne M. Chaka, Eugene S. Ilton, Craig A. Biwer, Mark H. Engelhard, John R. Bargar, and Peter J. EngUsing x-ray scattering, spectroscopy, and density-functional theory, we ... - Single to Multiquasiparticle Excitations in the Itinerant Helical Magnet CeRhIn_{5}

Author(s): C. Stock, J. A. Rodriguez-Rivera, K. Schmalzl, E. E. Rodriguez, A. Stunault, and C. PetrovicCeRhIn_{5} is an itinerant magnet where the Ce^{3+} spins order in a simple helical phase. We inv ... - Antiferromagnetic Dichroism in a Complex Multisublattice Magnetoelectric CuB_{2} O_{4}

Author(s): K. N. Boldyrev, R. V. Pisarev, L. N. Bezmaternykh, and M. N. PopovaMagnetic control of the crystal chirality was announced by Saito et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, (2008)] on the ground of ex … - Unraveling the Mesoscopic Character of Quantum Dots in Nanophotonics

Author(s): P. Tighineanu, A. S. Sørensen, S. Stobbe, and P. LodahlWe provide a microscopic theory for semiconductor quantum dots that explains the pronounced deviations from the prevalent point-dipole … - Rydberg Electrons in a Bose-Einstein Condensate

Author(s): Jia Wang, Marko Gacesa, and R. CôtéAtoms in a condensate could be used to image the quantum wave function of an impurity charge.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 243003] Published Thu Jun 18, 2015 - Self-Similar Theory of Thermal Conduction and Application to the Solar Wind

Author(s): K. Horaites, S. Boldyrev, S. I. Krasheninnikov, C. Salem, S. D. Bale, and M. PulupaWe propose a self-similar kinetic theory of thermal conductivity in a magnetized plasma, and discuss its a … - Bad-Metal Behavior Reveals Mott Quantum Criticality in Doped Hubbard Models

Author(s): J. Vučičević, D. Tanasković, M. J. Rozenberg, and V. DobrosavljevićBad-metal (BM) behavior featuring linear temperature dependence of the resistivity extending to well above the Mott-Ioffe- … - Affleck-Kennedy-Lieb-Tasaki State on a Honeycomb Lattice from t_{2g} Orbitals

Author(s): Maciej Koch-Janusz, D. I. Khomskii, and Eran SelaThe two-dimensional Affleck-Kennedy-Lieb-Tasaki (AKLT) model on a honeycomb lattice has been shown to be a universal resource for quantum co … - Spin-Lattice Order in One-Dimensional Conductors: Beyond the RKKY Effect

Author(s): Michael Schecter, Mark S. Rudner, and Karsten FlensbergWe investigate magnetic order in a lattice of classical spins coupled to an isotropic gas of one-dimensional conduction electrons via … - Narrow Magnonic Waveguides Based on Domain Walls

Author(s): Felipe Garcia-Sanchez, Pablo Borys, Rémy Soucaille, Jean-Paul Adam, Robert L. Stamps, and Joo-Von KimThe channeling of spin waves with domain walls in ultrathin ferromagnetic films is demon … - Topological Spin Glass in Diluted Spin Ice

Author(s): Arnab Sen and R. MoessnerIt is a salient experimental fact that a large fraction of candidate spin liquid materials freeze as the temperature is lowered. The question naturally arises wheth … - Dynamics and Correlations among Soft Excitations in Marginally Stable Glasses

Author(s): Le Yan, Marco Baity-Jesi, Markus Müller, and Matthieu WyartMarginal stability is the notion that stability is achieved, but only barely so. This property constrains the ensemble of configur … - Engineering a Spin-Orbital Magnetic Insulator by Tailoring Superlattices

Author(s): J. Matsuno, K. Ihara, S. Yamamura, H. Wadati, K. Ishii, V. V. Shankar, Hae-Young Kee, and H. TakagiThe magnetic ordering temperature of complex iridates decreases as SrTiO3 spacer layers ar … - Triangular Spin-Orbit-Coupled Lattice with Strong Coulomb Correlations: Sn Atoms on a SiC(0001) Substrate

Author(s): S. Glass, G. Li, F. Adler, J. Aulbach, A. Fleszar, R. Thomale, W. Hanke, R. Claessen, and J. SchäferTwo-dimensional (2D) atom lattices provide model setups with Coulomb correlations that in …