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Author(s): Oskar Vafek and Andrey V. ChubukovWe present a novel mechanism of s-wave pairing in Fe-based superconductors. The mechanism involves holes near d_{xz}/d_{yz} pockets only and is applicable ... - Surface State Tunneling Signatures in the Two-Component Superconductor UPt_{3}

Author(s): Fabian Lambert, Alireza Akbari., Peter Thalmeier, and Ilya EreminQuasiparticle interference (QPI) imaging of Bogoliubov excitations in quasi-two-dimensional unconventional superconductors h ... - Direct Time-Domain View of Auger Recombination in a Semiconductor

Author(s): Kristopher W. Williams, Nicholas R. Monahan, Tyler J. S. Evans, and X.-Y. ZhuThe radiationless recombination of electron-hole pairs in semiconductors is detrimental to optoelectronic techno ... - Impact of the Electronic Band Structure in High-Harmonic Generation Spectra of Solids

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Author(s): Wouter Buijsman, Vladimir Gritsev, and Rudolf SprikWe study the ergodic-nonergodic transition in a generalized Dicke model with independent corotating and counterrotating light-matter coupl ... - Electron Dynamics upon Ionization of Polyatomic Molecules: Coupling to Quantum Nuclear Motion and Decoherence

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Author(s): B. Bazak and D. S. PetrovWe show that four heavy fermions interacting resonantly with a lighter atom (4+1 system) become Efimovian at mass ratio 13.279(2), which is smaller than the corresp ... - Fast Dynamics of Water Droplets Freezing from the Outside In

Author(s): Sander Wildeman, Sebastian Sterl, Chao Sun, and Detlef LohseHigh-speed video and modeling reveal the conditions under which water drops explode when they’re frozen from the outside in.[Phys ... - Topological Creation of Acoustic Pseudospin Multipoles in a Flow-Free Symmetry-Broken Metamaterial Lattice

Author(s): Zhiwang Zhang, Qi Wei, Ying Cheng, Ting Zhang, Dajian Wu, and Xiaojun LiuThe discovery of topological acoustics has revolutionized fundamental concepts of sound propagation, giving rise to ... - Instability of the Abrikosov Lattice due to Nonanalytic Core Reconstruction of Vortices in Bosonic Superfluids

Author(s): Avraham Klein, Oded Agam, and Igor L. AleinerWe study the impact of the nonanalytic reconstruction of vortex cores on static vortex structures in weakly coupled superfluids. We show that, i ... - Disorder-Induced Quantum Spin Liquid in Spin Ice Pyrochlores

Author(s): Lucile Savary and Leon BalentsWe propose that in a certain class of magnetic materials, known as non-Kramers “spin ice,” disorder induces quantum entanglement. Instead of driving glassy beh ... - Atomic-Scale Magnetometry of Dynamic Magnetization

Author(s): J. van Bree and M. E. FlattéThe spatial resolution of imaging magnetometers has benefited from scanning probe techniques. The requirement that the sample perturbs the scanning probe through ... - Direct Observation of Entropic Stabilization of bcc Crystals Near Melting

Author(s): Joris Sprakel, Alessio Zaccone, Frans Spaepen, Peter Schall, and David A. WeitzCrystals with low latent heat are predicted to melt from an entropically stabilized body-centered cubic symmet ... - Critical Behaviors in Contagion Dynamics

Author(s): L. Böttcher, J. Nagler, and H. J. HerrmannWe study the critical behavior of a general contagion model where nodes are either active (e.g., with opinion A, or functioning) or inactive (e.g., ... - Lifetime of B_{c}^{−} Mesons Constrains Explanations for Anomalies in B→D^{(*)} τν

Author(s): Rodrigo Alonso, Benjamín Grinstein, and Jorge Martin CamalichWe investigate a new constraint on new-physics interpretations of the anomalies observed in B→D^{(*)}τν decays making use of the ... - Dynamically Manipulating Topological Physics and Edge Modes in a Single Degenerate Optical Cavity

Author(s): Xiang-Fa Zhou, Xi-Wang Luo, Su Wang, Guang-Can Guo, Xingxiang Zhou, Han Pu, and Zheng-Wei ZhouWe propose a scheme to simulate topological physics within a single degenerate cavity, whose mo ... - Anomalous Screening of Quantum Impurities by a Neutral Environment

Author(s): E. Yakaboylu and M. LemeshkoIt is a common knowledge that an effective interaction of a quantum impurity with an electromagnetic field can be screened by surrounding charge carriers, whethe ... - Quantitative Agreement between Electron-Optical Phase Images of WSe_{2} and Simulations Based on Electrostatic Potentials that Include Bonding Effects

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Author(s): Helmut Werheit[Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 089601] Published Wed Feb 22, 2017 - An et al. Reply:

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Author(s): Hoi-Kwan Lau, Raphael Pooser, George Siopsis, and Christian WeedbrookMachine learning is a fascinating and exciting field within computer science. Recently, this excitement has been transfe … - Conformal Bootstrap in Mellin Space

Author(s): Rajesh Gopakumar, Apratim Kaviraj, Kallol Sen, and Aninda SinhaWe propose a new approach towards analytically solving for the dynamical content of conformal field theories (CFTs) using the … - Construction of all N=4 conformal supergravities

Author(s): Daniel Butter, Franz Ciceri, Bernard de Wit, and Bindusar SahooAll N=4 conformal supergravities in four space-time dimensions are constructed. These are the only N=4 supergravity theories w … - Observation of the Annihilation Decay Mode B^{0} →K^{+} K^{−}

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)The LHCb Collaboration reports the rarest (8 in 100 million events) fully hadronic B0 meson decay ever observed.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 081801] Published T … - Λ_{c} →Λl^{+} ν_{l} Form Factors and Decay Rates from Lattice QCD with Physical Quark Masses

Author(s): Stefan MeinelThe first lattice QCD calculation of the form factors governing Λ_{c}→Λℓ^{+}ν_{ℓ} decays is reported. The calculation was performed with two different lattice spacings and incl … - Observation of Interaction of Spin and Intrinsic Orbital Angular Momentum of Light

Author(s): Dashiell L. P. Vitullo, Cody C. Leary, Patrick Gregg, Roger A. Smith, Dileep V. Reddy, Siddharth Ramachandran, and Michael G. RaymerThe interaction of spin and intrinsic orbital angular mom … - Repulsive Fermi Polarons in a Resonant Mixture of Ultracold ^{6} Li Atoms

Author(s): F. Scazza, G. Valtolina, P. Massignan, A. Recati, A. Amico, A. Burchianti, C. Fort, M. Inguscio, M. Zaccanti, and G. RoatiRadio frequency spectroscopy measurements are used to determine the … - Subcycle Extreme Nonlinearities in GaP Induced by an Ultrastrong Terahertz Field

Author(s): Carlo Vicario, Mostafa Shalaby, and Christoph P. HauriWe report on the experimental observation of extreme laser spectral broadening and a change in optical transmission in gallium phosphit … - Buckling-Induced Kirigami

Author(s): Ahmad Rafsanjani and Katia BertoldiWe investigate the mechanical response of thin sheets perforated with a square array of mutually orthogonal cuts, which leaves a network of squares connec … - Harnessing Geometric Frustration to Form Band Gaps in Acoustic Channel Lattices

Author(s): Pai Wang, Yue Zheng, Matheus C. Fernandes, Yushen Sun, Kai Xu, Sijie Sun, Sung Hoon Kang, Vincent Tournat, and Katia BertoldiWe demonstrate both numerically and experimentally that geometri … - Anomalous Heating and Plasmoid Formation in a Driven Magnetic Reconnection Experiment

Author(s): J. D. Hare, L. Suttle, S. V. Lebedev, N. F. Loureiro, A. Ciardi, G. C. Burdiak, J. P. Chittenden, T. Clayson, C. Garcia, N. Niasse, T. Robinson, R. A. Smith, N. Stuart, F. Suzuki-Vidal, G. … - Why does Steady-State Magnetic Reconnection have a Maximum Local Rate of Order 0.1?

Author(s): Yi-Hsin Liu, M. Hesse, F. Guo, W. Daughton, H. Li, P. A. Cassak, and M. A. ShaySimulations suggest collisionless steady-state magnetic reconnection of Harris-type current sheets proceeds wi … - Space-Time Vortex Driven Crossover and Vortex Turbulence Phase Transition in One-Dimensional Driven Open Condensates

Author(s): Liang He, Lukas M. Sieberer, and Sebastian DiehlWe find a first-order transition driven by the strength of nonequilibrium conditions of one-dimensional driven open condensates. Associated w … - Nonmonotonic Aging and Memory Retention in Disordered Mechanical Systems

Author(s): Yoav Lahini, Omer Gottesman, Ariel Amir, and Shmuel M. RubinsteinCrumpled sheets “remember” the application and removal of a force for days, a newly discovered memory effect that suggests c … - J Freezing and Hund’s Rules in Spin-Orbit-Coupled Multiorbital Hubbard Models

Author(s): Aaram J. Kim, Harald O. Jeschke, Philipp Werner, and Roser ValentíWe investigate the phase diagram of the spin-orbit-coupled three orbital Hubbard model at arbitrary filling by means of dyn … - Lyapunov Exponent and Out-of-Time-Ordered Correlator’s Growth Rate in a Chaotic System

Author(s): Efim B. Rozenbaum, Sriram Ganeshan, and Victor GalitskiIt was proposed recently that the out-of-time-ordered four-point correlator (OTOC) may serve as a useful characteristic of quantum-cha … - Unconventional Superconductivity in Bilayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides

Author(s): Chao-Xing LiuBilayer transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) belong to a class of materials with two unique features, the coupled spin-valley-layer degrees of freedom and the crystal struct … - Theory of Laser-Controlled Competing Superconducting and Charge Orders

Author(s): M. A. Sentef, A. Tokuno, A. Georges, and C. KollathWe investigate the nonequilibrium dynamics of competing coexisting superconducting (SC) and charge-density wave (CDW) orders in an attract … - Unconventional Surface Critical Behavior Induced by a Quantum Phase Transition from the Two-Dimensional Affleck-Kennedy-Lieb-Tasaki Phase to a Néel-Ordered Phase

Author(s): Long Zhang and Fa WangA symmetry-protected topological phase has nontrivial surface states in the presence of certain symmetries, which can either be gapless or be degenerate. In this work, … - Temperature and Magnetic Field Dependence of the Internal and Lattice Structures of Skyrmions by Off-Axis Electron Holography

Author(s): K. Shibata, A. Kovács, N. S. Kiselev, N. Kanazawa, R. E. Dunin-Borkowski, and Y. TokuraThe internal and lattice structures of magnetic Skyrmions in B20-type FeGe are investigated using off- … - Experimental and Ab Initio Ultrafast Carrier Dynamics in Plasmonic Nanoparticles

Author(s): Ana M. Brown, Ravishankar Sundararaman, Prineha Narang, Adam M. Schwartzberg, William A. Goddard, III, and Harry A. AtwaterUltrafast pump-probe measurements of plasmonic nanostructures prob … - Theory of Shape-Shifting Droplets

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Author(s): Erez Zohar, Alessandro Farace, Benni Reznik, and J. Ignacio CiracWe propose a scheme for digital quantum simulation of lattice gauge theories with dynamical fermions. Using a layered optica … - Exponentially Biased Ground-State Sampling of Quantum Annealing Machines with Transverse-Field Driving Hamiltonians

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Author(s): M. Sanz, U. Las Heras, J. J. García-Ripoll, E. Solano, and R. Di CandiaQuantum illumination consists in shining quantum light on a target region immersed in a bright thermal bath with the a … - Density Induced Phase Transitions in the Schwinger Model: A Study with Matrix Product States

Author(s): Mari Carmen Bañuls, Krzysztof Cichy, J. Ignacio Cirac, Karl Jansen, and Stefan KühnWe numerically study the zero temperature phase structure of the multiflavor Schwinger model at nonzero ch … - Next-to-Next-to Leading Order QCD Predictions for Single Jet Inclusive Production at the LHC

Author(s): J. Currie, E. W. N. Glover, and J. PiresWe report the first calculation of fully differential jet production at leading color in all partonic channels at next-to-next-to leading order in pe … - Probing the Dynamics of a Superradiant Quantum Phase Transition with a Single Trapped Ion

Author(s): Ricardo Puebla, Myung-Joong Hwang, Jorge Casanova, and Martin B. PlenioWe demonstrate that the quantum phase transition (QPT) of the Rabi model and critical dynamics near the QPT can be pro … - Quantum Engineering of a Low-Entropy Gas of Heteronuclear Bosonic Molecules in an Optical Lattice

Author(s): Lukas Reichsöllner, Andreas Schindewolf, Tetsu Takekoshi, Rudolf Grimm, and Hanns-Christoph NägerlWe demonstrate a generally applicable technique for mixing two-species quantum degenerate b … - Parasitic Photon-Pair Suppression via Photonic Stop-Band Engineering

Author(s): L. G. Helt, Agata M. Brańczyk, Marco Liscidini, and M. J. SteelWe calculate that an appropriate modification of the field associated with only one of the photons of a photon pair can suppre … - Evanescent-Vacuum-Enhanced Photon-Exciton Coupling and Fluorescence Collection

Author(s): Juanjuan Ren, Ying Gu, Dongxing Zhao, Fan Zhang, Tiancai Zhang, and Qihuang GongAn evanescent optical mode existing in various nanophotonic structures always acts as a cavity mode rather th … - Coherent Population Oscillation-Based Light Storage

Author(s): P. Neveu, M.-A. Maynard, R. Bouchez, J. Lugani, R. Ghosh, F. Bretenaker, F. Goldfarb, and E. BrionWe theoretically study the propagation and storage of a classical field in a Λ-type atomic … - Novel Lasers Based on Resonant Dark States

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Author(s): L. Keiser, H. Bense, P. Colinet, J. Bico, and E. ReyssatA drop of water-alcohol mixture on a layer of oil was caught on video bursting into thousands of tiny droplets.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, ... - Generalized Knudsen Number for Unsteady Fluid Flow

Author(s): V. Kara, V. Yakhot, and K. L. EkinciWe explore the scaling behavior of an unsteady flow that is generated by an oscillating body of finite size in a gas. If the gas is gradually rarefied, t ... - Numerical Investigation of Thermal Counterflow of He II Past Cylinders

Author(s): Cyprien Soulaine, Michel Quintard, Bertrand Baudouy, and Rob Van WeelderenWe investigate numerically, for the first time, the thermal counterflow of superfluid helium past a cylinder by sol ... - Optically Imaged Striped Domains of Nonequilibrium Electronic and Nuclear Spins in a Fractional Quantum Hall Liquid

Author(s): John N. Moore, Junichiro Hayakawa, Takaaki Mano, Takeshi Noda, and Go YusaPhotoluminescence and magnetic resonance imaging reveal deformable regions in fractional quantum Hall liquids that ... - Novel Topological Phase with a Zero Berry Curvature

Author(s): Feng Liu and Katsunori WakabayashiWe present a two-dimensional (2D) lattice model that exhibits a nontrivial topological phase in the absence of the Berry curvature. Instead, the Berry conn ... - Spontaneous Currents in Superconducting Systems with Strong Spin-Orbit Coupling

Author(s): S. Mironov and A. BuzdinSpin-orbit-model calculations predict a spontaneous supercurrent at the interface between an s-wave superconductor and a ferromagnet.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 077001] P … - Emergent Structures in an Active Polar Fluid: Dynamics of Shape, Scattering, and Merger

Author(s): Kabir Husain and Madan RaoSpatially localized defect structures emerge spontaneously in a hydrodynamic description of an active polar fluid comprising polar “actin” filaments and “myosin” m … - Mapping the Structure of Directed Networks: Beyond the Bow-Tie Diagram

Author(s): G. Timár, A. V. Goltsev, S. N. Dorogovtsev, and J. F. F. MendesWe reveal a hierarchical, multilayer organization of finite components—i.e., tendrils and tubes—around the giant connected com … - Erratum: Linear Optical Quantum Metrology with Single Photons: Exploiting Spontaneously Generated Entanglement to Beat the Shot-Noise Limit [Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 170802 (2015)]

Author(s): Keith R. Motes, Jonathan P. Olson, Evan J. Rabeaux, Jonathan P. Dowling, S. Jay Olson, and Peter P. Rohde[Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 079901] Published Fri Feb 17, 2017 - Localization in Open Quantum Systems

Author(s): I. Yusipov, T. Laptyeva, S. Denisov, and M. IvanchenkoIn an isolated single-particle quantum system, a spatial disorder can induce Anderson localization. Being a result of interference, thi … - Spin-Polarizing Interferometric Beam Splitter for Free Electrons

Author(s): Matthias M. Dellweg and Carsten MüllerA spin-polarizing electron beam splitter is described that relies on an arrangement of linearly polarized laser waves of nonrelativistic intensity. An … - Observation of the Decay Ξ_{b}^{−} →pK^{−} K^{−}

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Author(s): T. Inada, T. Yamazaki, T. Namba, S. Asai, T. Kobayashi, K. Tamasaku, Y. Tanaka, Y. Inubushi, K. Sawada, M. Yabashi, T. Ishikawa, A. Matsuo, K. Kawaguchi, K. Kindo, and H. NojiriWe report on … - 94 β-Decay Half-Lives of Neutron-Rich _{55} Cs to _{67} Ho: Experimental Feedback and Evaluation of the r-Process Rare-Earth Peak Formation

Author(s): J. Wu et al.The β-decay half-lives of 94 neutron-rich nuclei ^{144−151}Cs, ^{146−154}Ba, ^{148−156}La, ^{150−158}Ce, ^{153−160}Pr, ^{156−162}Nd, ^{159−163}Pm, ^{160−166}Sm, ^{161−168}Eu, ^{ … - Superradiant Topological Peierls Insulator inside an Optical Cavity

Author(s): Farokh Mivehvar, Helmut Ritsch, and Francesco PiazzaWe consider a spinless ultracold Fermi gas tightly trapped along the axis of an optical resonator and transversely illuminated by a laser … - Roughness as a Route to the Ultimate Regime of Thermal Convection

Author(s): Srikanth Toppaladoddi, Sauro Succi, and John S. WettlauferWe use highly resolved numerical simulations to study turbulent Rayleigh-Bénard convection in a cell with sinusoidally rough upper … - Ion Structure Near a Core-Shell Dielectric Nanoparticle

Author(s): Manman Ma, Zecheng Gan, and Zhenli XuA generalized image charge formulation is proposed for the Green’s function of a core-shell dielectric nanoparticle for which theoretical and simulation … - Load and Time Dependence of Interfacial Chemical Bond-Induced Friction at the Nanoscale

Author(s): Kaiwen Tian, Nitya N. Gosvami, David L. Goldsby, Yun Liu, Izabela Szlufarska, and Robert W. CarpickRate and state friction (RSF) laws are widely used empirical relationships that describe t … - Cornering Gapless Quantum States via Their Torus Entanglement

Author(s): William Witczak-Krempa, Lauren E. Hayward Sierens, and Roger G. MelkoThe entanglement entropy (EE) has emerged as an important window into the structure of complex quantum states of matter. … - Persistence-Driven Durotaxis: Generic, Directed Motility in Rigidity Gradients

Author(s): Elizaveta A. Novikova, Matthew Raab, Dennis E. Discher, and Cornelis StormCells move differently on substrates with different rigidities: the persistence time of their motion is higher on s … - Transition Path Time Distribution, Tunneling Times, Friction, and Uncertainty

Author(s): Eli PollakA quantum mechanical transition path time probability distribution is formulated and its properties are studied using a parabolic barrier potential model. The average transit time … - Beating Rayleigh’s Curse by Imaging Using Phase Information

Author(s): Weng-Kian Tham, Hugo Ferretti, and Aephraim M. SteinbergEvery imaging system has a resolution limit, typically defined by Rayleigh’s criterion. Given a fixed number of photons, the amount o … - Weak Value Amplification Can Outperform Conventional Measurement in the Presence of Detector Saturation

Author(s): Jérémie Harris, Robert W. Boyd, and Jeff S. LundeenWeak value amplification (WVA) is a technique by which one can magnify the apparent strength of a measurement signal. Some have claimed th … - Unifying Inflation with the Axion, Dark Matter, Baryogenesis, and the Seesaw Mechanism

Author(s): Guillermo Ballesteros, Javier Redondo, Andreas Ringwald, and Carlos TamaritA minimal extension to the standard model of particle physics involves six new particles.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 07 … - Precision Determination of the Small-x Gluon from Charm Production at LHCb

Author(s): Rhorry Gauld and Juan RojoThe small-x gluon in global fits of parton distributions is affected by large uncertainties from the lack of direct experimental constraints. In this Letter, we pr … - First Demonstration of Laser-Assisted Charge Exchange for Microsecond Duration H^{−} Beams

Author(s): Sarah Cousineau, Abdurahim Rakhman, Martin Kay, Alexander Aleksandrov, Viatcheslav Danilov, Timofey Gorlov, Yun Liu, Michael Plum, Andrei Shishlo, and David JohnsonThis Letter reports on th … - Determination of Surface Recombination Velocities at Contacts in Organic Semiconductor Devices Using Injected Carrier Reservoirs

Author(s): Oskar J. Sandberg, Simon Sandén, Anton Sundqvist, Jan-Henrik Smått, and Ronald ÖsterbackaA method to determine surface recombination velocities at collecting contacts in interface-limited o …