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Author(s): Christoph A. Ternes, Stefano Gariazzo, Rasmi Hajjar, Olga Mena, Michel Sorel, and Mariam TórtolaWe study the possibility of extracting the neutrino mass ordering at the future Deep Undergro … - Pion photoproduction off nucleons in covariant chiral perturbation theory

Author(s): Gustavo H. Guerrero Navarro, M. J. Vicente Vacas, Astrid N. Hiller Blin, and De-Liang YaoPion photoproduction off the nucleon close to threshold is studied in covariant baryon chiral pertur … - Highly occupied gauge theories in $2+1$ dimensions: A self-similar attractor

Author(s): K. Boguslavski, A. Kurkela, T. Lappi, and J. PeuronMotivated by the boost-invariant Glasma state in the initial stages in heavy-ion collisions, we perform classical-statistical simulations … - Roberge-Weiss periodicity, canonical sector, and modified Polyakov loop

Author(s): Kouji Kashiwa and Hiroaki KounoTo obtain deeper understanding of QCD properties at finite temperature, we consider the Fourier decomposition of the grand-canonical partition function based … - Estimates of the $X(3872)$ cross section at a hadron collider

Author(s): Eric Braaten, Li-Ping He, and Kevin InglesThe claim that the $X(3872)$ meson cannot be a charm-meson molecule because its prompt production cross section at hadron colliders is too large is … - Decays of $X(3872)$ to ${χ}_{cJ}{π}^{0}$ and $J/ψ{π}^{+}{π}^{−}$

Author(s): Zhi-Yong Zhou, Meng-Ting Yu, and Zhiguang XiaoBy describing the $X(3872)$ using the extended Friedrichs scheme, in which $D{\overline{D}}^{*}$ is considered as the dominant component, we ca … - Parton distributions from nonlocal chiral SU(3) effective theory: Flavor asymmetries

Author(s): Y. Salamu, Chueng-Ryong Ji, W. Melnitchouk, A. W. Thomas, P. Wang, and X. G. WangUsing recently derived results for one-loop hadronic splitting functions from a nonlocal implementation of c … - $⟨{A}^{2}⟩$ asymmetry in lattice $SU(2)$ gluodynamics at $T>{T}_{c}$

Author(s): V. G. Bornyakov, V. K. Mitrjushkin, and R. N. RogalyovWe study numerically the chromoelectric-chromomagnetic asymmetry of the dimension two ${A}^{2}$ gluon condensate at $T>{T}_{c}$ in t … - Confinement-deconfinement crossover in the lattice $\mathbb{C}{P}^{N−1}$ model

Author(s): Toshiaki Fujimori, Etsuko Itou, Tatsuhiro Misumi, Muneto Nitta, and Norisuke SakaiThe $\mathbb{C}{P}^{N−1}$ sigma model at finite temperature is studied using lattice Monte Carlo simulation … - Solving the strong $CP$ problem with horizontal gauge symmetry

Author(s): Gongjun Choi and Tsutomu T. YanagidaWe present a solution to the strong $CP$ problem that relies on the horizontal gauge symmetry and $CP$ invariance in a full theory. Similar to other Nels … - Neutrino flavor oscillations in stochastic gravitational waves

Author(s): Maxim DvornikovWe study neutrino flavor oscillations in a plane gravitational wave (GW) with circular polarization. For this purpose, we use the solution of the Hamilton-Jacobi equation to … - Erratum: Constraining $CPT$-odd nonminimal interactions in the electroweak sector [Phys. Rev. D 95, 071701(R) (2017)]

Author(s): V. E. Mouchrek-Santos and Manoel M. Ferreira, Jr.[Phys. Rev. D 100, 099901] Published Thu Nov 21, 2019 - Hadronic interaction model sibyll $2.3\mathrm{c}$ and inclusive lepton fluxes

Author(s): Anatoli Fedynitch, Felix Riehn, Ralph Engel, Thomas K. Gaisser, and Todor StanevMuons and neutrinos from cosmic ray interactions in the atmosphere originate from decays of mesons in air-sho … - Dark matter and bubble nucleation in old neutron stars

Author(s): A. Herrero, M. A. Pérez-García, J. Silk, and C. AlbertusWe study the probability for nucleation of quark matter droplets in the dense cold cores of old neutron stars induced by the presence … - Second look to the Polyakov loop Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model at finite baryonic density

Author(s): O. Ivanytskyi, M. Ángeles Pérez-García, V. Sagun, and C. AlbertusWe revisit the Polyakov loop coupled Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model that maintains the Polyakov loop dynamics in the limit of zero … - Spin self-force

Author(s): Kristian Mackewicz and Robert M. WaldWe consider the motion of charged and spinning bodies on the symmetry axis of a non-extremal Kerr-Newman black hole. If one treats the body as a test po … - Photon sphere and reentrant phase transition of charged Born-Infeld-AdS black holes

Author(s): Yu-Meng Xu, Hui-Min Wang, Yu-Xiao Liu, and Shao-Wen WeiComparing to a charged anti–de Sitter (AdS) black hole in general relativity, a new interesting phase transition—the reentrant phase t … - Higher order corrections to deflection angle of massive particles and light rays in plasma media for stationary spacetimes using the Gauss-Bonnet theorem

Author(s): Gabriel Crisnejo, Emanuel Gallo, and Kimet JusufiThe purpose of this article is twofold. First, we extend the results presented in [G. Crisnejo and E. Gallo, Phys. Rev. D 97, 124016 (2018)] … - High-energy collision of black holes in higher dimensions

Author(s): Ulrich Sperhake, William Cook, and Diandian WangWe compute the gravitational wave energy ${E}_{\mathrm{rad}}$ radiated in head-on collisions of equal-mass, nonspinning black holes in up to … - Towards string theory expectations for photon couplings to axionlike particles

Author(s): James Halverson, Cody Long, Brent Nelson, and Gustavo SalinasAxionlike particle (ALP)–photon couplings are modeled in large ensembles of string vacua and random matrix theories. In all case … - Finite $N$ corrections to white hot string bits

Author(s): Sourav RahaString bit systems exhibit a Hagedorn transition in the $N→∞$ limit. However, there is no phase transition when $N$ is finite (but still large). We calculate two-loop, finite $N$ … - Charged current $b→cτ{\overline{ν}}_{τ}$ anomalies in a general ${W}^{′}$ boson scenario

Author(s): John D. Gómez, Néstor Quintero, and Eduardo RojasVery recent experimental information obtained from the Belle experiment, along with that accumulated by the BABAR and LHCb experiments, has … - Phase structure of the ($1+1$)-dimensional massive Thirring model from matrix product states

Author(s): Mari Carmen Bañuls, Krzysztof Cichy, Ying-Jer Kao, C.-J. David Lin, Yu-Ping Lin, and David T.-L. TanEmploying matrix product states as an ansatz, we study the nonthermal phase structure of … - Searching for a solar relaxion or scalar particle with XENON1T and LUX

Author(s): Ranny Budnik, Oz Davidi, Hyungjin Kim, Gilad Perez, and Nadav PrielWe consider liquid xenon dark matter detectors for searching a light scalar particle produced in the solar core, specifica … - Sensitivity of lepton number violating meson decays in different experiments

Author(s): Eung Jin Chun, Arindam Das, Sanjoy Mandal, Manimala Mitra, and Nita SinhaWe study the discovery prospect of different three body lepton number violating (LNV) meson decays ${M}_{1}^{−}→{ℓ}_ … - Spectrum of the fully-heavy tetraquark state $QQ{\overline{Q}}^{′}{\overline{Q}}^{′}$

Author(s): Guang-Juan Wang, Lu Meng, and Shi-Lin ZhuIn this work, we systematically calculate the mass spectra of the $S$-wave fully-heavy tetraquark states, $bb\overline{b}\overline{b}$, $cc\overline … - Counter-top search for macroscopic dark matter

Author(s): Jagjit Singh Sidhu, Glenn Starkman, and Ralph HarveyA number of dark matter candidates have been discussed that are macroscopic, of approximately nuclear density, and scatter ordinary matte … - Detecting the orbital motion of nearby supermassive black hole binaries with Gaia

Author(s): Daniel J. D’Orazio and Abraham LoebWe show that a 10-yr Gaia mission could astrometrically detect the orbital motion of $∼1$ subparsec separation supermassive black hole binary in the heart … - Bulk viscosity in neutron stars with hyperon cores

Author(s): D. D. Ofengeim, M. E. Gusakov, P. Haensel, and M. FortinIn this paper, the authors argue that going beyond the “minimal” nucleonic composition of the stellar interior by including hyperons, … - Tests of general relativity with the binary black hole signals from the LIGO-Virgo catalog GWTC-1

Author(s): B. P. Abbott et al. (The LIGO Scientific Collaboration and the Virgo Collaboration)The detection of gravitational waves by Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo provides an opportunity to test g … - Bending of light in a universe filled with quintessential dark energy

Author(s): R. Saadati and F. ShojaiAs a local effect of dynamical dark energy, bending of light in the presence of a spherically symmetric and static black hole surrounded by quintessence has been stu … - Thermodynamic equilibrium in general relativity

Author(s): J. A. S. Lima, A. Del Popolo, and A. R. PlastinoThe thermodynamic equilibrium condition for a static self-gravitating fluid in the Einstein theory is defined by the Tolman-Ehrenfest tempera … - Propagator from nonperturbative worldline dynamics

Author(s): Sebastián Franchino-Viñas and Holger GiesWe use the worldline representation for correlation functions together with numerical path integral methods to extract nonperturbative information a … - Conformal symmetry breaking in holographic QCD

Author(s): Luis A. H. MamaniIn this paper, we investigate a simple holographic model which describes the conformal symmetry breaking at zero temperature. The model is implemented in the context of eff … - Probing light dark matter with a hadrophilic scalar mediator

Author(s): Brian Batell, Ayres Freitas, Ahmed Ismail, and David McKeenWe investigate the thermal cosmology and terrestrial and astrophysical phenomenology of a sub-GeV hadrophilic dark sector. The spe … - Axial kinetic theory and spin transport for fermions with arbitrary mass

Author(s): Koichi Hattori, Yoshimasa Hidaka, and Di-Lun YangWe derive a quantum kinetic theory for fermions with arbitrary mass in a background electromagnetic field using a Wigner-function approach. … - Generalized escape paths for dynamical tunneling in QFT

Author(s): Luc Darmé, Joerg Jaeckel, and Marek LewickiWe present a formalism based on the functional Schrödinger equation to analyze time-dependent tunneling in quantum field theory at the semiclassic … - Regularized calculation of the retarded Green function in a Schwarzschild spacetime

Author(s): Marc Casals, Brien C. Nolan, Adrian C. Ottewill, and Barry WardellThe retarded Green function for linear field perturbations of black hole spacetimes is notoriously difficult to calculate. … - Fermions localization on de Sitter branes

Author(s): Rommel Guerrero and R. Omar RodriguezSpin $1/2$ fields localization on an asymmetric ${\mathrm{dS}}_{4}$ scenario, where the brane interpolates between two spacetimes ${\mathrm{dS}}_{5}$ an … - Kicking gravitational wave detectors with recoiling black holes

Author(s): Carlos O. Lousto and James HealyBinary black holes (BBH) emit gravitational radiation with net linear momentum leading to a retreat of the final remnant black hole that can reach up to $∼5, … - Maxwell-dilaton dynamics

Author(s): Steven L. LieblingThe dynamics of the Maxwell-dilaton theory in Minkowski spacetime are studied using fully nonlinear, numerical evolutions. This model represents the flat-space sector of t … - Entanglement and relative entropy of a chiral fermion on the torus

Author(s): Pascal Fries and Ignacio A. ReyesWe derive the entanglement entropy of chiral fermions on the circle at arbitrary temperature. The spin-sector contribution depends only on the total length … - Plasma in a monopole background does not have a twisted Poisson structure

Author(s): Manuel Lainz, Cristina Sardón, and Alan WeinsteinFor a particle in the magnetic field of a cloud of monopoles, the naturally associated 2-form on phase space is not closed, and so the corre … - Landau-Khalatnikov-Fradkin transformation and the mystery of even $ζ$-values in Euclidean massless correlators

Author(s): A. V. Kotikov and S. TeberThe Landau-Khalatnikov-Fradkin transformation is a powerful and elegant transformation allowing us to study the gauge dependence of the propagator of charged parti … - Measuring QED cross sections via entanglement

Author(s): Jonas B. Araujo, B. Hiller, I. G. da Paz, Manoel M. Ferreira, Jr., Marcos Sampaio, and H. A. S. CostaWe considered a QED scattering ($AB→AB$), in which $B$ is initially entangled with a thi … - Super-Planckian axions from near-conformality

Author(s): Nayara Fonseca, Benedict von Harling, Leonardo de Lima, and Camila S. MachadoWe present a novel framework for obtaining large hierarchies in axion decay constants as well as trans-Planckian … - Holographic entanglement entropy and generalized entanglement temperature

Author(s): Ashis Saha, Sunandan Gangopadhyay, and Jyoti Prasad SahaIn this work we study the flow of holographic entanglement entropy in dimensions $d≥3$ in the gauge/gravity duality setup. We observe … - First observation of the decay ${χ}_{cJ}→{\mathrm{Σ}}^{+}\overline{p}{K}_{S}^{0}+\mathrm{c}.\mathrm{c}.\mathbf{(}J=0,1,2\mathbf{)}$

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)Using E1 radiative transitions $ψ(3686)→γ{χ}_{cJ}$ from a sample of $(448.1±2.9)×{10}^{6}\text{ }\text{ }ψ(3686)$ events collected with the BESIII de … - Dark matter from dark photons: A taxonomy of dark matter production

Author(s): Thomas Hambye, Michel H. G. Tytgat, Jérôme Vandecasteele, and Laurent VanderheydenWe analyze how dark matter (DM) can be produced in the early Universe, working in the framework of a hidden … - Canonical deformation of $N=2$ ${\mathrm{AdS}}_{4}$ supergravity

Author(s): Dragoljub Gočanin and Voja RadovanovićIt is well known that one can define a consistent theory of extended, $N=2$ anti-de Sitter (AdS) supergravity (SUGRA) in $D=4$. Besides the standard gr … - Sensing optical cavity mismatch with a mode-converter and quadrant photodiode

Author(s): Fabian Magaña-Sandoval, Thomas Vo, Daniel Vander-Hyde, J. R. Sanders, and Stefan W. BallmerWe present a new technique for sensing optical cavity mode mismatch and alignment by using a cylin … - Free motion around black holes with discs or rings: Between integrability and chaos. VI. The Melnikov method

Author(s): L. Polcar and O. SemerákMotivated by black holes surrounded by accretion structures, we consider in this series static and axially symmetric black holes “perturbed” gravitationally as being … - Unbiased Hubble constant estimation from binary neutron star mergers

Author(s): Daniel J. Mortlock, Stephen M. Feeney, Hiranya V. Peiris, Andrew R. Williamson, and Samaya M. NissankeGravitational-wave (GW) observations of binary neutron star (BNS) mergers can be used t … - Cosmological constraints on post-Newtonian parameters in effectively massless scalar-tensor theories of gravity

Author(s): Massimo Rossi, Mario Ballardini, Matteo Braglia, Fabio Finelli, Daniela Paoletti, Alexei A. Starobinsky, and Caterina UmiltàWe study the cosmological constraints on the variation of Newton’ … - Baryogenesis in the paradigm of quintessential inflation

Author(s): Safia Ahmad, Antonio De Felice, Nur Jaman, Sachiko Kuroyanagi, and M. SamiWe explore the possibility of baryogenesis in the framework of quintessential inflation. We focus on the model inde … - Numerical investigation of the dynamics of linear spin $s$ fields on a Kerr background: Late-time tails of spin $s=±1,±2$ fields

Author(s): Károly Csukás, István Rácz, and Gábor Zsolt TóthThe time evolution of linear fields of spin $s=±1$ and $s=±2$ on Kerr black hole spacetimes are investigated by solving the homogeneous Teuko … - Spin-2 fields and the weak gravity conjecture

Author(s): Claudia de Rham, Lavinia Heisenberg, and Andrew J. TolleyRecently, it has been argued that application of the weak gravity conjecture (WGC) to spin-2 fields implies a universal upper bound … - Memory effect in anti–de Sitter spacetime

Author(s): Chong-Sun Chu and Yoji KoyamaThe geodesic deviation of a pair of test particles is a natural observable for the gravitational memory effect. Nevertheless in curved spacetime, this observabl … - Screened fifth forces mediated by dark matter-baryon interactions: Theory and astrophysical probes

Author(s): Jeremy Sakstein, Harry Desmond, and Bhuvnesh JainWe derive the details of a new screening mechanism where the interactions of baryons and dark matter can be screened according to the local … - Covariant version of the Pauli Hamiltonian, spin-induced noncommutativity, Thomas precession, and the precession of spin

Author(s): Alexei A. Deriglazov and Danilo Machado TerezaWe show that there is a manifestly covariant version of the Pauli Hamiltonian with equations of motion quadratic on spin and field strength. Re … - Typical entanglement entropy in the presence of a center: Page curve and its variance

Author(s): Eugenio Bianchi and Pietro DonàIn a quantum system in a pure state, a subsystem generally has a nonzero entropy because of entanglement with the rest of the system. Is the average entanglem … - Propagators and Gaussian effective actions in various patches of de Sitter space

Author(s): E. T. Akhmedov, K. V. Bazarov, D. V. Diakonov, U. Moschella, F. K. Popov, and C. SchubertWe consider time-ordered (or Feynman) propagators between two different $α$—states of a linear de Si … - Finslerian geometrization of quantum mechanics in the hydrodynamical representation

Author(s): Shi-Dong Liang, Sorin V. Sabau, and Tiberiu HarkoWe consider a Finslerian-type geometrization of the nonrelativistic quantum mechanics in its hydrodynamical (Madelung) formulation, by also … - Equivalent dual theories for 3D $\mathcal{N}=2$ supergravity

Author(s): Nabamita Banerjee, Saurish Khandelwal, and Parita Shah$\mathcal{N}=2$ three-dimensional supergravity with internal $R$-symmetry generators can be understood as a two-dimensional chiral Wess … - Finite temperature fermionic condensate in a conical space with a circular boundary and magnetic flux

Author(s): Aram A. Saharian, Eugênio R. Bezerra de Mello, and Astghik A. SaharyanWe investigate the edge effects on the finite temperature fermionic condensate (FC) for a massive fermionic field in a … - Precise predictions for multi-TeV and PeV energy neutrino scattering rates

Author(s): Rhorry GauldThe scattering rate of multi-TeV and PeV energy neutrinos is fast becoming an interesting topic in (astro)particle-physics. This is due to experimental progress at Neutrino Tele … - Possible new phase for adjoint QCD

Author(s): Erich Poppitz and Thomas A. RyttovWe discuss an exotic phase that adjoint QCD possibly exhibits in the deep IR. It is a confining phase, with a light spectrum consisting of massless composi … - Transition form factors and helicity amplitudes for electroexcitation of negative and positive parity nucleon resonances in a light-front quark model

Author(s): Igor T. Obukhovsky, Amand Faessler, Dimitry K. Fedorov, Thomas Gutsche, and Valery E. LyubovitskijA workable basis of quark configurations ${s}^{3}$, ${s}^{2}p$ and $s{p}^{2}$ at light fron … - Azimuthal asymmetries in semi-inclusive $J/ψ+\text{jet}$ production at an EIC

Author(s): Umberto D’Alesio, Francesco Murgia, Cristian Pisano, and Pieter TaelsWe consider transverse momentum dependent gluon distributions inside both unpolarized and transversely polarized protons … - Cluster reducibility of multiquark operators

Author(s): Wolfgang Lucha, Dmitri Melikhov, and Hagop SazdjianIt is shown that the multiquark gauge-invariant operators can, in general, be decomposed into combinations of products of ordinary hadroni … - $ν$ solution to the strong $CP$ problem

Author(s): Marcela Carena, Da Liu, Jia Liu, Nausheen R. Shah, Carlos E. M. Wagner, and Xiao-Ping WangWe present a solution to the strong $CP$ problem in which the imaginary component of the up quark m … - Inclusive productions of $ϒ(1S,2S,3S)$ and ${χ}_{b}(1P,2P,3P)$ via the Higgs boson decay

Author(s): Zhan Sun and Yang MaIn this paper, we carry out the complete $\mathcal{O}(α{α}_{s}^{2})$-order study on the inclusive productions of $\mathrm{ϒ}(nS)$ and ${χ}_{b}(nP)$ ($n=1$, 2, 3) via the … - Decay modes of the scalar exotic meson ${T}_{bs;\overline{u}\overline{d}}^{−}$

Author(s): S. S. Agaev, K. Azizi, and H. SunduWe investigate the semileptonic decay of the scalar tetraquark ${T}_{bs;\overline{u}\overline{d}}^{−}$ to final state ${T}_{cs;\overline{u}\overline{d}}^{ … - Automating the construction of jet observables with machine learning

Author(s): Kaustuv Datta, Andrew Larkoski, and Benjamin NachmanMachine-learning assisted jet substructure tagging techniques have the potential to significantly improve searches for new particles and … - Probing the symmetric Higgs portal with di-Higgs boson production

Author(s): Christoph Englert and Joerg JaeckelA coupling of a scalar, charged under an unbroken global $U(1)$ symmetry, to the Standard Model via the Higgs portal is one of the simplest gateways to a … - Equilibrium thermodynamic susceptibilities for a dense degenerate Dirac field

Author(s): Ashish ShuklaParity preserving relativistic fluids in four spacetime dimensions admit seven independent thermodynamic susceptibilities at the second order in the hydrodynamic derivative exp … - Quark star matter at finite temperature

Author(s): Peng-Cheng Chu, Yi Zhou, Xiao-Hua Li, and Zhen ZhangWe have investigated the properties of strange quark matter and quark stars at finite temperature within the confined isospin-density-dep … - Formation of supermassive primordial black holes by Affleck-Dine mechanism

Author(s): Masahiro Kawasaki and Kai MuraiWe study the supermassive black holes (SMBHs) observed in the galactic centers. Although the origin of SMBHs is not well understood yet, previous studies sugg … - Saving the universe with finite volume effects

Author(s): Jean Alexandre and Katy CloughSetting aside anthropic arguments, there is no reason why the Universe should initially favor a net expanding phase rather than one experiencing a net contract … - Relativistic deformed kinematics from momentum space geometry

Author(s): J. M. Carmona, J. L. Cortés, and J. J. RelancioWe present a way to derive a deformation of special relativistic kinematics (possible low-energy signal of a quantum theory of gravity) from t … - Effect of the dilaton field and plasma medium on deflection angle by black holes in Einstein-Maxwell-dilaton-axion theory

Author(s): W. Javed, R. Babar, and A. ÖvgünIn this paper, we argue that one can calculate the weak deflection angle of light in the background of an Einstein-Maxwell-Dilaton-axion black hole using the … - First law of entanglement entropy in flat-space holography

Author(s): Reza Fareghbal and Mehdi Hakami ShalamzariAccording to flat/Bondi-Metzner-Sachs invariant field theories (BMSFT) correspondence, asymptotically flat spacetimes in ($d+1$) dimensions are dua … - Minimal independent couplings at order ${α}^{′2}$

Author(s): Mohammad R. Garousi and Hamid RazaghianUsing field redefinitions and Bianchi identities on the general form of the effective action for metric, $B$-field and dilaton, we have found that the … - QCD phase diagram in chiral imbalance with self-consistent mean field approximation

Author(s): Li-Kang Yang, Xiaofeng Luo, and Hong-Shi ZongWe employ a new self-consistent mean field approximation of the Nambu-Jona-Lasinio (NJL) model, which introduces a free parameter $α$ ($α$ refle … - Collinear factorization in wide-angle hadron pair production in ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}$ annihilation

Author(s): E. Moffat, T. C. Rogers, N. Sato, and A. SignoriWe compute the inclusive unpolarized dihadron production cross section in the far from back-to-back region of ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}$ annihilation i … - Rotation induced charged pion condensation in a strong magnetic field: A Nambu–Jona-Lasino model study

Author(s): Gaoqing Cao and Lianyi HeWe investigate the possibility of charged pion condensation in the presence of parallel rotation and magnetic field within the Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model with quarks … - Amplitudes, resonances, and the ultraviolet completion of gravity

Author(s): Rodrigo Alonso and Alfredo UrbanoThis paper constructs, making use of the on-shell spinor-helicity formalism, a possible ultraviolet completion of gravity following a “bottom-up” approach. … - Massless bosons on domain walls: Jackiw-Rebbi-like mechanism for bosonic fields

Author(s): Masato Arai, Filip Blaschke, Minoru Eto, and Norisuke SakaiIt is important to obtain (nearly) massless localized modes for the low-energy four-dimensional effective field theory in the bran … - Majoron at two loops

Author(s): Julian Heeck and Hiren H. PatelWe present singlet-Majoron couplings to Standard Model particles through two loops at leading order in the seesaw expansion, including couplings to gauge boso … - ${B}_{s1}(5778)$ as a ${B}^{*}\overline{K}$ molecule in the Bethe-Salpeter equation approach

Author(s): Zhen-Yang Wang, Jing-Juan Qi, Qi-Xin Yu, and Xin-Heng GuoWe interpret the ${B}_{s1}(5778)$ as an $S$-wave ${B}^{*}\overline{K}$ molecular state in the Bethe-Salpeter equation approach. In t … - Annihilation signatures of hidden sector dark matter within early-forming microhalos

Author(s): Carlos Blanco, M. Sten Delos, Adrienne L. Erickcek, and Dan HooperIf the dark matter is part of a hidden sector with only very feeble couplings to the Standard Model, the lightest particle … - Strong new limits on light dark matter from neutrino experiments

Author(s): Christopher V. Cappiello and John F. BeacomThe nondetection of GeV-scale weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs) has led to increased interest in more general candidates, including sub … - Challenging bulk viscous unified scenarios with cosmological observations

Author(s): Weiqiang Yang, Supriya Pan, Eleonora Di Valentino, Andronikos Paliathanasis, and Jianbo LuIn a spatially flat Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker universe, we investigate a unified cosmic f … - Probing diffuse gas with fast radio bursts

Author(s): Anthony Walters, Yin-Zhe Ma, Jonathan Sievers, and Amanda WeltmanThe dispersion measure—redshift relation of fast radio bursts (FRBs), $\mathrm{DM}(z)$, has been proposed as a potential new … - Interacting scenarios with dynamical dark energy: Observational constraints and alleviation of the ${H}_{0}$ tension

Author(s): Supriya Pan, Weiqiang Yang, Eleonora Di Valentino, Emmanuel N. Saridakis, and Subenoy ChakrabortyWe investigate interacting scenarios that belong to a wider class, since they include a dyna … - Realistic sensitivity curves for pulsar timing arrays

Author(s): Jeffrey S. Hazboun, Joseph D. Romano, and Tristan L. SmithWe construct realistic sensitivity curves for pulsar timing array searches for gravitational waves, incorporating both red and whit … - Kilohertz gravitational waves from binary neutron star remnants: Time-domain model and constraints on extreme matter

Author(s): Matteo Breschi, Sebastiano Bernuzzi, Francesco Zappa, Michalis Agathos, Albino Perego, David Radice, and Alessandro NagarThe remnant star of a neutron star merger is an anticipated loud sou … - Hamilton-Jacobi equation for spinning particles near black holes

Author(s): Vojtěch WitzanyA compact stellar-mass object inspiraling onto a massive black hole deviates from geodesic motion due to radiation-reaction forces as well as finite-size effects. Such postge … - Semiclassical energy of closed Nambu-Goto strings

Author(s): Marek Kozoň and Jochen ZahnWe compute semiclassical corrections to the energy of rotating closed Nambu-Goto strings. We confirm the results obtained by means of the Polchinski-Strominger ac … - Measurement of charged jet cross section in $pp$ collisions at $\sqrt{s}=5.02\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{TeV}$

Author(s): S. Acharya et al. (A Large Ion Collider Experiment Collaboration)The cross section of jets reconstructed from charged particles is measured in the transverse momentum range of $5<{p}_{\m …