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Author(s): Sadegh Raeisi, Paweł Kurzyński, and Dagomir KaszlikowskiWe introduce a multipartite extension of an information-theoretic distance introduced by Zurek [Nature (London) 341, 119 (1989)]. We … - Kinematical Correlations for Higgs Boson Plus High P_{T} Jet Production at Hadron Colliders

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Author(s): R. L. Stenzel and J. M. UrrutiaThe plasma waves known as helicons can be created and measured in the laboratory even without confining walls.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 205005] Published Thu May … - Unidirectional Spin-Dependent Molecule-Ferromagnet Hybridized States Anisotropy in Cobalt Phthalocyanine Based Magnetic Tunnel Junctions

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Author(s): Felix M. Haehl, R. Loganayagam, and Mukund RangamaniWe provide a complete characterization of hydrodynamic transport consistent with the second law of thermodynamics at arbitrary orders in … - Generalized Supersoft Supersymmetry Breaking and a Solution to the μ Problem

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Author(s): M. Rosenbusch, P. Ascher, D. Atanasov, C. Barbieri, D. Beck, K. Blaum, Ch. Borgmann, M. Breitenfeldt, R. B. Cakirli, A. Cipollone, S. George, F. Herfurth, M. Kowalska, S. Kreim, D. Lunney, … - Continuous Solitons in a Lattice Nonlinearity

Author(s): D. Pierangeli, M. Flammini, F. Di Mei, J. Parravicini, C. E. M. de Oliveira, A. J. Agranat, and E. DelReWe study theoretically and experimentally the propagation of optical solitons in a la … - Observation of Wakefields and Resonances in Coherent Synchrotron Radiation

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Author(s): F. Ebrahimi and R. RamanThe formation of an elongated Sweet-Parker current sheet and a transition to plasmoid instability has for the first time been predicted by simulations in a large-sca … - Slowing of Magnetic Reconnection Concurrent with Weakening Plasma Inflows and Increasing Collisionality in Strongly Driven Laser-Plasma Experiments

Author(s): M. J. Rosenberg, C. K. Li, W. Fox, A. B. Zylstra, C. Stoeckl, F. H. Séguin, J. A. Frenje, and R. D. PetrassoAn evolution of magnetic reconnection behavior, from fast jets to the slowing of … - Repulsion and Attraction between a Pair of Cracks in a Plastic Sheet

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Author(s): Alessandro Taloni, Elena Kardash, Oguz Umut Salman, Lev Truskinovsky, Stefano Zapperi, and Caterina A. M. La PortaWater flowing through a cell’s membrane is essential to the process of chan … - Machine Learning for Discriminating Quantum Measurement Trajectories and Improving Readout

Author(s): Easwar Magesan, Jay M. Gambetta, A. D. Córcoles, and Jerry M. ChowCurrent methods for classifying measurement trajectories in superconducting qubit systems produce fidelities systematically … - Black Hole Interior in Quantum Gravity

Author(s): Yasunori Nomura, Fabio Sanches, and Sean J. WeinbergWe discuss the interior of a black hole in quantum gravity, in which black holes form and evaporate unitarily. The interior spacetime app … - Rotation of Quantum Impurities in the Presence of a Many-Body Environment

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Author(s): P. A. Bagryansky, A. G. Shalashov, E. D. Gospodchikov, A. A. Lizunov, V. V. Maximov, V. V. Prikhodko, E. I. Soldatkina, A. L. Solomakhin, and D. V. YakovlevThis Letter describes plasma disc … - Suppression and Revival of Weak Localization through Control of Time-Reversal Symmetry

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Author(s): Jee Woo Park, Sebastian A. Will, and Martin W. ZwierleinThe cooling of strongly dipolar molecules to their absolute ground state has opened the possibility of creating new forms of matter.[ ... - Generation and Detection of Spin Currents in Semiconductor Nanostructures with Strong Spin-Orbit Interaction

Author(s): Fabrizio Nichele, Szymon Hennel, Patrick Pietsch, Werner Wegscheider, Peter Stano, Philippe Jacquod, Thomas Ihn, and Klaus EnsslinStoring, transmitting, and manipulating information using t ... - Interferometric phase detection at x-ray energies via Fano resonance control

Author(s): K. P. Heeg, C. Ott, D. Schumacher, H.-C. Wille, R. Röhlsberger, T. Pfeifer, and J. EversThe phase of an x ray can be detected when it interacts with nuclei, an effect that could be used to ... - Testing Nonclassicality and Non-Gaussianity in Phase Space

Author(s): Jiyong Park, Junhua Zhang, Jaehak Lee, Se-Wan Ji, Mark Um, Dingshun Lv, Kihwan Kim, and Hyunchul NhaWe theoretically propose and experimentally demonstrate a nonclassicality test of a singl ... - Nonperturbative Leakage Elimination Operators and Control of a Three-Level System

Author(s): Jun Jing, Lian-Ao Wu, Mark Byrd, J. Q. You, Ting Yu, and Zhao-Ming WangDynamical decoupling operations have been shown to reduce errors in quantum information processing. Leakage from an en ... - Columnar Order and Ashkin-Teller Criticality in Mixtures of Hard Squares and Dimers

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Author(s): Jean Etesse, Martin Bouillard, Bhaskar Kanseri, and Rosa Tualle-BrouriAn optical setup is used to generate a mesoscopic state of light, called a cat state, which can be fed back into the sy ... - Consolidation of Partially Stabilized ZrO_{2} in the Presence of a Noncontacting Electric Field

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Author(s): Luiz H. G. Tizei, Ryo Nakanishi, Ryo Kitaura, Hisanori Shinohara, and Kazu SuenagaThe valence of individual europium atoms confined in carbon nanotubes is successfully measured by using cor ... - Cages and Anomalous Diffusion in Vibrated Dense Granular Media

Author(s): Camille Scalliet, Andrea Gnoli, Andrea Puglisi, and Angelo VulpianiA vertically shaken granular medium hosts a blade rotating around a fixed vertical axis, which acts as a mesorheological p ... - Mortality, Redundancy, and Diversity in Stochastic Search

Author(s): Baruch Meerson and S. RednerWe investigate a stochastic search process in one dimension under the competing roles of mortality, redundancy, and diversity of the searchers. This picture repr ... - Shape of Dynamical Heterogeneities and Fractional Stokes-Einstein and Stokes-Einstein-Debye Relations in Quasi-Two-Dimensional Suspensions of Colloidal Ellipsoids

Author(s): Chandan K. Mishra and Rajesh GanapathyWe examine the influence of the shape of dynamical heterogeneities on the Stokes-Einstein (SE) and Stokes-Einstein-Debye (SED) relations in quasi-two-d ... - Concentrating Genomic Length DNA in a Microfabricated Array

Author(s): Yu Chen, Ezra S. Abrams, T. Christian Boles, Jonas N. Pedersen, Henrik Flyvbjerg, Robert H. Austin, and James C. SturmWe demonstrate that a microfabricated bump array can concentrate genomi ... - Erratum: Modification of the ω-Meson Lifetime in Nuclear Matter [Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 192302 (2008)]

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Author(s): Lawrence W. Cheuk, Matthew A. Nichols, Melih Okan, Thomas Gersdorf, Vinay V. Ramasesh, Waseem S. Bakr, Thomas Lompe, and Martin W. ZwierleinA quantum microscope able to image individual ato ... - Orbital Angular Momentum and Spectral Flow in Two-Dimensional Chiral Superfluids

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Author(s): Gerald V. Dunne, M. Shifman, and Mithat ÜnsalWe use the connection between infrared (IR) renormalons and condensates in the operator product expansion for correlation functions to make pred ... - Peak Locations and Relative Phase of Different Decay Modes of the a_{1} Axial Vector Resonance in Diffractive Production

Author(s): Jean-Louis Basdevant and Edmond L. BergerWe show that a single I=1 spin-parity J^{PC}=1^{++} a_{1} resonance can manifest itself as two separated mass peaks, one decaying into an S-wave ρπ ... - Evidence of Soft Dipole Resonance in ^{11}Li with Isoscalar Character

Author(s): R. Kanungo et al.The first conclusive evidence of a dipole resonance in ^{11}Li having isoscalar character observed from inelastic scattering with a novel solid deuteron target is reported. … - Origin of Low-Lying Enhanced E1 Strength in Rare-Earth Nuclei

Author(s): M. Spieker, S. Pascu, A. Zilges, and F. IachelloThe experimental E1 strength distribution below 4 MeV in rare-earth nuclei suggests a local breaking of isospin symmetry. In addition to the … - Axial Momentum Lost to a Lateral Wall of a Helicon Plasma Source

Author(s): Kazunori Takahashi, Aiki Chiba, Atsushi Komuro, and Akira AndoMomentum exerted to a lateral wall of a helicon plasma source is individually measured for argon, krypton, and xenon gases. A s … - Direct Heating of a Laser-Imploded Core by Ultraintense Laser-Driven Ions

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Author(s): A. Glensk, B. Grabowski, T. Hickel, and J. NeugebauerWe derive the Gibbs energy including the anharmonic contribution due to phonon-phonon interactions for an extensive set of unary fcc met … - Extraordinary Exciton Conductance Induced by Strong Coupling

Author(s): Johannes Feist and Francisco J. Garcia-VidalWe demonstrate that exciton conductance in organic materials can be enhanced by several orders of magnitude when the molecules are strongly coupl … - Cavity-Enhanced Transport of Excitons

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Author(s): Nanette N. Jarenwattananon and Louis-S. BouchardA revised theory for diffusion-based nuclear magnetic resonance shows that the linewidth decreases with temperature for gasses. This finding … - β

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Author(s): S. Meuret, L. H. G. Tizei, T. Cazimajou, R. Bourrellier, H. C. Chang, F. Treussart, and M. KociakWe have measured the second order correlation function [g^{(2)}(τ)] of the cathodoluminescen … - Pressure and Phase Equilibria in Interacting Active Brownian Spheres

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Author(s): A. S. Kadyrov, C. M. Rawlins, A. T. Stelbovics, I. Bray, and M. CharltonUtilizing the two-center convergent close-coupling method, we find a several order of magnitude enhancement in the fo … - Modulated Electron Cyclotron Drift Instability in a High-Power Pulsed Magnetron Discharge

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