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Author(s): Alvaro Ortega, Emma McKay, Álvaro M. Alhambra, and Eduardo Martín-MartínezWe study the work cost of processes in quantum fields without the need of projective measurements, which are always … - Topologically Protected Long Edge Coherence Times in Symmetry-Broken Phases

Author(s): Daniel E. Parker, Romain Vasseur, and Thomas ScaffidiWe argue that symmetry-broken phases proximate in phase space to symmetry-protected topological phases can exhibit dynamical signatures … - Integrability-Protected Adiabatic Reversibility in Quantum Spin Chains

Author(s): Alvise Bastianello and Andrea De LucaWe consider the out-of-equilibrium dynamics of the Heisenberg anisotropic quantum spin-$1/2$ chain threaded by a time-dependent magnetic flux. In the sp … - Emergence of a Complete Heavy-Quark Spin Symmetry Multiplet: Seven Molecular Pentaquarks in Light of the Latest LHCb Analysis

Author(s): Ming-Zhu Liu, Ya-Wen Pan, Fang-Zheng Peng, Mario Sánchez Sánchez, Li-Sheng Geng, Atsushi Hosaka, and Manuel Pavon ValderramaA recent analysis by the LHCb Collaboration suggests the existenc … - Measurement of the Weak Axial-Vector Coupling Constant in the Decay of Free Neutrons Using a Pulsed Cold Neutron Beam

Author(s): B. Märkisch, H. Mest, H. Saul, X. Wang, H. Abele, D. Dubbers, M. Klopf, A. Petoukhov, C. Roick, T. Soldner, and D. WerderThe most precise measurement of the axial-vector coupling constant h … - Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics with Frequency-Dependent Reflectors

Author(s): Ondřej Černotík, Aurélien Dantan, and Claudiu GenesWe present a general framework for cavity quantum electrodynamics with strongly frequency-dependent mirrors. The method is applicable to a … - Photon Blockade in Weakly Driven Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics Systems with Many Emitters

Author(s): Rahul Trivedi, Marina Radulaski, Kevin A. Fischer, Shanhui Fan, and Jelena VučkovićWe use the scattering matrix formalism to analyze photon blockade in coherently driven cavity quantum elec … - Realization of an Acoustic Third-Order Topological Insulator

Author(s): Haoran Xue, Yahui Yang, Guigeng Liu, Fei Gao, Yidong Chong, and Baile ZhangThe recent discovery of higher-order topological insulators (TIs) has opened new possibilities in the search for n … - Noninvasive 3D Field Mapping of Complex Static Electric Fields

Author(s): Andreas Kainz, Franz Keplinger, Wilfried Hortschitz, Matthias Kahr, Harald Steiner, Michael Stifter, James R. Hunt, Javier Resta-Lopez, Volodymyr Rodin, Carsten P. Welsch, Jan Borburgh, Mat … - Direct Observations of Particle Dynamics in Magnetized Collisionless Shock Precursors in Laser-Produced Plasmas

Author(s): D. B. Schaeffer, W. Fox, R. K. Follett, G. Fiksel, C. K. Li, J. Matteucci, A. Bhattacharjee, and K. GermaschewskiWe present the first laboratory observations of time-resolved electron and i … - Dissipation-Assisted Coherence Formation in a Spinor Quantum Gas

Author(s): Yujiro Eto, Hitoshi Shibayama, Kosuke Shibata, Aki Torii, Keita Nabeta, Hiroki Saito, and Takuya HiranoWe report the formation of magnetic eigenstates assisted by naturally occurring partic … - Temperature Dependence of Homogeneous Nucleation in Ice

Author(s): Haiyang Niu, Yi Isaac Yang, and Michele ParrinelloIce nucleation is a process of great relevance in physics, chemistry, technology, and environmental sciences; much theoretical effort has b … - Darcy’s Law for Yield Stress Fluids

Author(s): Chen Liu, Andrea De Luca, Alberto Rosso, and Laurent TalonPredicting the flow of non-Newtonian fluids in a porous structure is still a challenging issue due to the interplay between the mic … - Rotational Instability in Superlubric Joints

Author(s): Cangyu Qu, Songlin Shi, Ming Ma, and Quanshui ZhengSurface and interfacial energies play important roles in a number of instability phenomena in liquids and soft matter, but rarely have sim … - Direct Determination of Band-Gap Renormalization in the Photoexcited Monolayer ${\mathrm{MoS}}_{2}$

Author(s): Fang Liu, Mark E. Ziffer, Kameron R. Hansen, Jue Wang, and Xiaoyang ZhuA key feature of monolayer semiconductors, such as transition-metal dichalcogenides, is the poorly screened Coulomb po … - Superconductivity in the Surface State of Noble Metal Gold and its Fermi Level Tuning by EuS Dielectric

Author(s): Peng Wei, Sujit Manna, Marius Eich, Patrick Lee, and Jagadeesh MooderaThe induced superconductivity (SC) in a robust and scalable quantum material with strong Rashba spin-orbit coupling is … - Electric-Field Control of Magnetization, Jahn-Teller Distortion, and Orbital Ordering in Ferroelectric Ferromagnets

Author(s): Lan Chen, Changsong Xu, Hao Tian, Hongjun Xiang, Jorge Íñiguez, Yurong Yang, and L. BellaicheControlling the direction of the magnetization by an electric field in multiferroics that are bo … - Chiral Voltage Propagation and Calibration in a Topolectrical Chern Circuit

Author(s): Tobias Hofmann, Tobias Helbig, Ching Hua Lee, Martin Greiter, and Ronny ThomaleWe propose an electric circuit array with topologically protected unidirectional voltage modes at its boundary … - Like-Charge Attraction between Metal Nanoparticles in a $1∶1$ Electrolyte Solution

Author(s): Alexandre P. dos Santos and Yan LevinWe calculate the force between two spherical metal nanoparticles of charge ${Q}_{1}$ and ${Q}_{2}$ in a dilute $1∶1$ electrolyte solution. Numerically s … - Evidence for Supersymmetry in the Random-Field Ising Model at $D=5$

Author(s): Nikolaos G. Fytas, Víctor Martín-Mayor, Giorgio Parisi, Marco Picco, and Nicolas SourlasWe provide a nontrivial test of supersymmetry in the random-field Ising model at five spatial dimensi … - Inferring the Flavor of High-Energy Astrophysical Neutrinos at Their Sources

Author(s): Mauricio Bustamante and Markus AhlersThe sources and production mechanisms of high-energy astrophysical neutrinos are largely unknown. A promising opportunity for progress lies in the study … - Static Two-Body Potential at Fifth Post-Newtonian Order

Author(s): Stefano Foffa, Pierpaolo Mastrolia, Riccardo Sturani, Christian Sturm, and William J. Torres BobadillaWe determine the gravitational interaction between two compact bodies up to the sixth p … - Making a Simple $A+B→C$ Reaction Oscillate by Coupling to Hydrodynamic Effect

Author(s): M. A. Budroni, V. Upadhyay, and L. RongyAny chemical reaction of the type A + B -> C, between two reactant species (A and B), can be made to oscillate in time and space if the interface … - Sign-Reversing Hall Effect in Atomically Thin High-Temperature ${\mathrm{Bi}}_{2.1}{\mathrm{Sr}}_{1.9}{\mathrm{CaCu}}_{2.0}{\mathrm{O}}_{8+δ}$ Superconductors

Author(s): S. Y. Frank Zhao, Nicola Poccia, Margaret G. Panetta, Cyndia Yu, Jedediah W. Johnson, Hyobin Yoo, Ruidan Zhong, G. D. Gu, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Svetlana V. Postolova, Valerii M … - Optical Detection of Single-Electron Tunneling into a Semiconductor Quantum Dot

Author(s): A. Kurzmann, P. Stegmann, J. Kerski, R. Schott, A. Ludwig, A. D. Wieck, J. König, A. Lorke, and M. GellerThe maximum information of a dynamic quantum system is given by real-time detection … - Phase Transitions in a Single Supported Phospholipid Bilayer: Real-Time Determination by Neutron Reflectometry

Author(s): Yuri GerelliTime- and temperature-resolved neutron reflectometry allowed us to perform the real-time characterization of the structural changes taking place across phase transitions in soli … - Self-Driven Phase Transitions Drive Myxococcus xanthus Fruiting Body Formation

Author(s): Guannan Liu, Adam Patch, Fatmagül Bahar, David Yllanes, Roy D. Welch, M. Cristina Marchetti, Shashi Thutupalli, and Joshua W. ShaevitzCombining high-resolution single cell tracking experime … - Many-Body Localization in the Presence of a Central Qudit

Author(s): Nathan Ng and Michael KolodrubetzWe consider a many-body localized system coupled globally to a central $d$-level system. Under an appropriate scaling of $d$ and $L$, we find evidence that … - Anonymity for Practical Quantum Networks

Author(s): Anupama Unnikrishnan, Ian J. MacFarlane, Richard Yi, Eleni Diamanti, Damian Markham, and Iordanis KerenidisQuantum communication networks have the potential to revolutionize information and … - Efficiency of a Quantum Otto Heat Engine Operating under a Reservoir at Effective Negative Temperatures

Author(s): Rogério J. de Assis, Taysa M. de Mendonça, Celso J. Villas-Boas, Alexandre M. de Souza, Roberto S. Sarthour, Ivan S. Oliveira, and Norton G. de AlmeidaWe perform an experiment in which a qu … - From the Weyl Anomaly to Entropy of Two-Dimensional Boundaries and Defects

Author(s): Kristan Jensen, Andy O’Bannon, Brandon Robinson, and Ronnie RodgersWe study whether the relations between the Weyl anomaly, entanglement entropy (EE), and thermal entropy of a two-dimension … - Flavor Symmetries and Unitarity Bounds in $\mathcal{N}=2$ Superconformal Field Theories

Author(s): Christopher BeemIn this Letter I analyze the constraints imposed by unitarity on the flavor central charges of four-dimensional $\mathcal{N}=2$ superconformal field theories with general re … - Bootstrapping QCD Using Pion Scattering Amplitudes

Author(s): Andrea L. Guerrieri, João Penedones, and Pedro VieiraWe consider the $S$-matrix bootstrap of four-dimensional scattering amplitudes with $O(3)$ symmetry and no bound states. We explore the … - Polarons from First Principles, without Supercells

Author(s): Weng Hong Sio, Carla Verdi, Samuel Poncé, and Feliciano GiustinoA new way to model polarons combines the intuition of modeling with the realism of simulations, allowing these quasiparticles … - Quantum Interference Theory of Magnetoresistance in Dirac Materials

Author(s): Bo Fu, Huan-Wen Wang, and Shun-Qing ShenMagnetoresistance in many samples of Dirac semimetals and topological insulators displays nonmonotonic behavior over a wide range of magnetic fields. … - Nonclassical Optical Properties of Mesoscopic Gold

Author(s): Swen Großmann, Daniel Friedrich, Michael Karolak, René Kullock, Enno Krauss, Monika Emmerling, Giorgio Sangiovanni, and Bert HechtGold nanostructures have important applications in nanoelec … - Spin Pinning and Spin-Wave Dispersion in Nanoscopic Ferromagnetic Waveguides

Author(s): Q. Wang, B. Heinz, R. Verba, M. Kewenig, P. Pirro, M. Schneider, T. Meyer, B. Lägel, C. Dubs, T. Brächer, and A. V. ChumakSpin waves are investigated in yttrium iron garnet waveguides with … - Stroboscopic Tests for Thermalization of Electrons in Pump-Probe Experiments

Author(s): O. P. Matveev, A. M. Shvaika, T. P. Devereaux, and J. K. FreericksOne of the goals of pump-probe spectroscopies is to determine how electrons relax after they have been driven out of equili … - Structure-Property Relationships via Recovery Rheology in Viscoelastic Materials

Author(s): Johnny Ching-Wei Lee, Katie M. Weigandt, Elizabeth G. Kelley, and Simon A. RogersThe recoverable strain is shown to correlate to the temporal evolution of microstructure via time-resolved s … - Abrupt Desynchronization and Extensive Multistability in Globally Coupled Oscillator Simplexes

Author(s): Per Sebastian Skardal and Alex ArenasCollective behavior in large ensembles of dynamical units with nonpairwise interactions may play an important role in several systems ranging from brain … - Strong Coupling Phases of Partially Filled Twisted Bilayer Graphene Narrow Bands

Author(s): Jian Kang and Oskar VafekWe identify states favored by Coulomb interactions projected onto the Wannier basis of the four narrow bands of the “magic angle” twisted bilayer graphene. At the f … - Ferromagnetic Mott state in Twisted Graphene Bilayers at the Magic Angle

Author(s): Kangjun Seo, Valeri N. Kotov, and Bruno UchoaWe address the effective tight-binding Hamiltonian that describes the insulating Mott state of twisted graphene bilayers at a magic angle. In th … - Spin Stripe Order in a Square Planar Trilayer Nickelate

Author(s): Junjie Zhang, D. M. Pajerowski, A. S. Botana, Hong Zheng, L. Harriger, J. Rodriguez-Rivera, J. P. C. Ruff, N. J. Schreiber, B. Wang, Yu-Sheng Chen, W. C. Chen, M. R. Norman, S. Rosenkranz, … - Soft Nucleation of an Elastic Crease

Author(s): P. Ciarletta and L. TruskinovskyCreasing instability is ubiquitous in soft solids; however, its inception remains enigmatic as it cannot be captured by the standard linearization techniques … - Elastocapillary Ridge as a Noninteger Disclination

Author(s): Robin Masurel, Matthieu Roché, Laurent Limat, Ioan Ionescu, and Julien DervauxA new theory that incorporates nonlinear properties of rubber-like materials correctly describes the shape of t … - Geometry of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Correlations

Author(s): H. Chau Nguyen, Huy-Viet Nguyen, and Otfried GühneCorrelations between distant particles are central to many puzzles and paradoxes of quantum mechanics and, at the same time, underpin vario … - Partial Fermionization: Spectral Universality in 1D Repulsive Bose Gases

Author(s): Quirin Hummel, Juan Diego Urbina, and Klaus RichterBecause of the vast growth of the many-body level density with excitation energy, its smoothed form is of central relevance for spectral a … - Spectral Walls in Soliton Collisions

Author(s): C. Adam, K. Oles, T. Romanczukiewicz, and A. WereszczynskiDuring defect-antidefect scattering, bound modes frequently disappear into the continuous spectrum before the defects themselves co … - Stability Limit of Electrified Droplets

Author(s): J. Beroz, A. J. Hart, and J. W. M. BushA theory of the breakup of conducting droplets subjected to an electric field can produce design criteria for industrial processes.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 1 ... - Melting of Interference in the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect: Appearance of Neutral Modes

Author(s): Rajarshi Bhattacharyya, Mitali Banerjee, Moty Heiblum, Diana Mahalu, and Vladimir UmanskyWe attempted to measure interference of the outer edge mode in the fractional quantum hall regime wi ... - Electron Spin Coherence in Optically Excited States of Rare-Earth Ions for Microwave to Optical Quantum Transducers

Author(s): Sacha Welinski, Philip J. T. Woodburn, Nikolai Lauk, Rufus L. Cone, Christoph Simon, Philippe Goldner, and Charles W. ThielEfficient and reversible optical to microwave transducers are requ ... - Signatures of Topological Phonons in Superisostatic Lattices

Author(s): Olaf Stenull and T. C. LubenskySoft topological surface phonons in idealized ball-and-spring lattices with coordination number $z=2d$ in $d$ dimensions become finite-frequency surface phono ... - Cosmic Censorship Upheld in Spheroidal Collapse of Collisionless Matter

Author(s): William E. EastWe study the collapse of spheroidal configurations of collisionless particles in full general relativity. This setup was originally considered by Shapiro and Teukolsky, where ... - Anomalous Supersymmetry

Author(s): Georgios Katsianis, Ioannis Papadimitriou, Kostas Skenderis, and Marika TaylorA theoretical analysis shows that that for certain classes of theories global supersymmetry may be violated upo ... - Finite-Temperature Conformal Field Theory Results for All Couplings: $\mathrm{O}(N)$ Model in $2+1$ Dimensions

Author(s): Paul RomatschkeAn analytic computation quantifies the notion that quantum field theories can lose degrees of freedom in the strongly coupled phase by showing that the entropy of O(N) model ... - Measurement of the Mass Difference Between Neutral Charm-Meson Eigenstates

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)We report a measurement of the mass difference between neutral charm-meson eigenstates using a novel approach that enhances sensitivity to this parameter. ... - Extracting the Top-Quark Width from Nonresonant Production

Author(s): Christian Herwig, Tomáš Ježo, and Benjamin NachmanIn the context of the standard model of particle physics, the relationship between the top-quark mass and width (${\mathrm{Γ}}_{t}$) has be ... - Study of ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→γωJ/ψ$ and Observation of $X(3872)→ωJ/ψ$

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)We study the ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→γωJ/ψ$ process using $11.6\text{ }\text{ }{\mathrm{fb}}^{−1}$ ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}$ annihilation data taken at center-of-mass ... - Direct Comparison between Bayesian and Frequentist Uncertainty Quantification for Nuclear Reactions

Author(s): G. B. King, A. E. Lovell, L. Neufcourt, and F. M. NunesUntil recently, uncertainty quantification in low energy nuclear theory was typically performed using frequentist approaches. However ... - Mechanisms Suppressing Superheavy Element Yields in Cold Fusion Reactions

Author(s): K. Banerjee, D. J. Hinde, M. Dasgupta, E. C. Simpson, D. Y. Jeung, C. Simenel, B. M. A. Swinton-Bland, E. Williams, I. P. Carter, K. J. Cook, H. M. David, Ch. E. Düllmann, J. Khuyagbaatar, ... - Engineering Excited-State Interactions at Ultracold Temperatures

Author(s): Michael Mills, Prateek Puri, Ming Li, Steven J. Schowalter, Alexander Dunning, Christian Schneider, Svetlana Kotochigova, and Eric R. HudsonUsing a recently developed method for precisely c ... - Direct Observation of Corner States in Second-Order Topological Photonic Crystal Slabs

Author(s): Xiao-Dong Chen, Wei-Min Deng, Fu-Long Shi, Fu-Li Zhao, Min Chen, and Jian-Wen DongRecently, higher-order topological phases that do not obey the usual bulk-edge correspondence principle hav ... - Visualization of Higher-Order Topological Insulating Phases in Two-Dimensional Dielectric Photonic Crystals

Author(s): Bi-Ye Xie, Guang-Xu Su, Hong-Fei Wang, Hai Su, Xiao-Peng Shen, Peng Zhan, Ming-Hui Lu, Zhen-Lin Wang, and Yan-Feng ChenThe studies of topological phases of matter have been developed from c ... - Anomalous Quantum Hall Effect of Light in Bloch-Wave Modulated Photonic Crystals

Author(s): Kejie Fang and Yunkai WangEffective magnetic fields have enabled unprecedented manipulation of neutral particles including photons. In most studied cases, the effective gauge fields are def ... - Particlelike Behavior of Topological Defects in Linear Wave Packets in Photonic Graphene

Author(s): Zhaoyang Zhang, Feng Li, G. Malpuech, Yiqi Zhang, O. Bleu, S. Koniakhin, Changbiao Li, Yanpeng Zhang, Min Xiao, and D. D. SolnyshkovTopological defects, such as quantum vortices, determine ... - Topological Insulators by Topology Optimization

Author(s): Rasmus E. Christiansen, Fengwen Wang, and Ole SigmundTopological insulators can be inversely designed top-down based on the global response goals without imposing explicit interfacial requi ... - Second-Order Topological Superconductors with Mixed Pairing

Author(s): Xiaoyu ZhuWe show that a two-dimensional semiconductor with Rashba spin-orbit coupling could be driven into the second-order topological superconducting phase when a mixed-pairing state is ... - Half-Excitonic Insulator: A Single-Spin Bose-Einstein Condensate

Author(s): Zeyu Jiang, Yuanchang Li, Wenhui Duan, and Shengbai ZhangFirst-principles calculations reveal an unusual electronic state (dubbed as half excitonic insulator) in monolayer $1T\text{−}M{X}_{ ... - Braiding of Majorana Fermions in a Cavity

Author(s): Mircea Trif and Pascal SimonWe study the dynamical process of braiding Majorana bound states (MBS) in the presence of the coupling to photons in a microwave cavity. We show theoretically th ... - Fabrication of High-Temperature Quasi-Two-Dimensional Superconductors at the Interface of a Ferroelectric ${\mathrm{Ba}}_{0.8}{\mathrm{Sr}}_{0.2}{\mathrm{TiO}}_{3}$ Film and an Insulating Parent Compound of ${\mathrm{La}}_{2}{\mathrm{CuO}}_{4}$

Author(s): Dmitrii P. Pavlov, Rustem R. Zagidullin, Vladimir M. Mukhortov, Viktor V. Kabanov, Tadashi Adachi, Takayuki Kawamata, Yoji Koike, and Rinat F. MaminThe two-dimensional electron gas at the i ... - Finite-Field Approach to Solving the Bethe-Salpeter Equation

Author(s): Ngoc Linh Nguyen, He Ma, Marco Govoni, Francois Gygi, and Giulia GalliWe present a method to compute optical spectra and exciton binding energies of molecules and solids based on the soluti ... - Overcoming the Bottleneck of the Enzymatic Cycle by Steric Frustration

Author(s): Wenfei Li, Jun Wang, Jian Zhang, Shoji Takada, and Wei WangThe enormous catalytic power of natural enzymes relies on the ability to overcome the bottleneck event in the enzymatic cycle, yet ... - Universal First-Passage-Time Distribution of Non-Gaussian Currents

Author(s): Shilpi Singh, Paul Menczel, Dmitry S. Golubev, Ivan M. Khaymovich, Joonas T. Peltonen, Christian Flindt, Keiji Saito, Édgar Roldán, and Jukka P. PekolaWe investigate the fluctuations of the ... - Mirror Coating Solution for the Cryogenic Einstein Telescope

Author(s): Kieran Craig, Jessica Steinlechner, Peter G. Murray, Angus S. Bell, Ross Birney, Karen Haughian, Jim Hough, Ian MacLaren, Steve Penn, Stuart Reid, Raymond Robie, Sheila Rowan, and Iain W. M ... - Combination of Searches for Invisible Higgs Boson Decays with the ATLAS Experiment

Author(s): M. Aaboud et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)Dark matter particles, if sufficiently light, may be produced in decays of the Higgs boson. This Letter presents a statistical combination of searches ... - Pair Creation with Strong Laser Fields, Compton Scale X Rays, and Heavy Nuclei

Author(s): B. Hafizi, D. F. Gordon, and D. KaganovichElectron-positron pair creation is considered when intense laser pulses collide head-on with $<1\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{MeV}$ x-ray photons in t ... - Higher-Order Quantum Ghost Imaging with Ultracold Atoms

Author(s): S. S. Hodgman, W. Bu, S. B. Mann, R. I. Khakimov, and A. G. TruscottGhost imaging is a quantum optics technique that uses correlations between two beams to reconstruct an image from photons ... - Continuous Real-Time Tracking of a Quantum Phase Below the Standard Quantum Limit

Author(s): Athreya Shankar, Graham P. Greve, Baochen Wu, James K. Thompson, and Murray HollandWe propose a scheme for continuously measuring the evolving quantum phase of a collective spin composed of ... - Mixed-Order Symmetry-Breaking Quantum Phase Transition Far from Equilibrium

Author(s): T. O. Puel, Stefano Chesi, S. Kirchner, and P. RibeiroWe study the current-carrying steady state of a transverse field Ising chain coupled to magnetic thermal reservoirs and obtain the none ... - Superconducting Correlations Out of Repulsive Interactions on a Fractional Quantum Hall Edge

Author(s): Jukka I. Väyrynen, Moshe Goldstein, and Yuval GefenWe consider a fractional quantum Hall bilayer system with an interface between quantum Hall states of filling fractions $({ν}_{\mathrm{top ... - Microwave Spectroscopy of a Weakly Pinned Charge Density Wave in a Superinductor

Author(s): Manuel Houzet and Leonid I. GlazmanA chain of small Josephson junctions (a.k.a. superinductor) emerged recently as a high-inductance, low-loss element of superconducting quantum devices. We ... - Interface Repulsion and Lamellar Structures in Thin Films of Homopolymer Blends due to Thermal Oscillations

Author(s): Louis Pigard and Marcus MüllerIn equilibrium the interface potential that describes the interaction between two AB interfaces in a binary blend of $A$ and $B$ homopolymers is attractive at ... - Editorial: Avoid the Tragedy of the Commons

Author(s): Reinhardt B. Schuhmann[Phys. Rev. Lett. 122, 230001] Published Wed Jun 12, 2019 - Quantum Computation of Electronic Transitions Using a Variational Quantum Eigensolver

Author(s): Robert M. Parrish, Edward G. Hohenstein, Peter L. McMahon, and Todd J. MartínezWe develop an extension of the variational quantum eigensolver (VQE) algorithm—multistate contracted VQE (MC-V … - Dynamical Fractal in Quantum Gases with Discrete Scaling Symmetry

Author(s): Chao Gao, Hui Zhai, and Zhe-Yu ShiInspired by the similarity between the fractal Weierstrass function and quantum systems with discrete scaling symmetry, we establish general conditions und … - Holographic Signatures of Critical Collapse

Author(s): Paul M. Chesler and Benson WayCritical phenomena in gravitational collapse exhibit the universal features of self-similarity, critical scaling, and the appearance of a naked singularity. We … - Constraints on Axionlike Dark Matter with Masses Down to ${10}^{−23}\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{eV}/{c}^{2}$

Author(s): W. A. Terrano, E. G. Adelberger, C. A. Hagedorn, and B. R. HeckelWe analyzed a 6.7-yr span of data from a rotating torsion-pendulum containing $≈{10}^{23}$ polarized electrons to search for … - Quantum Computation as Gravity

Author(s): Paweł Caputa and Javier M. MaganWe formulate Nielsen’s geometric approach to circuit complexity in the context of two-dimensional conformal field theories, where series of conformal transfo … - Determinant Formula for the Octagon Form Factor in $\mathcal{N}=4$ Supersymmetric Yang-Mills Theory

Author(s): Ivan Kostov, Valentina B. Petkova, and Didina SerbanWe present a closed expression for the octagon form factor which appears as a building block in a class of four-point correlation functio … - Fuel-Composition Dependent Reactor Antineutrino Yield at RENO

Author(s): G. Bak et al. (RENO Collaboration)We report a fuel-dependent reactor electron antineutrino (${\overline{ν}}_{e}$) yield using six $2.8\text{ }{\mathrm{GW}}_{\mathrm{th}}$ reactors in the Ha … - Electrically Driven Single-Photon Superradiance from Molecular Chains in a Plasmonic Nanocavity

Author(s): Yang Luo, Gong Chen, Yang Zhang, Li Zhang, Yunjie Yu, Fanfang Kong, Xiaojun Tian, Yao Zhang, Chongxin Shan, Yi Luo, Jinlong Yang, Vahid Sandoghdar, Zhenchao Dong, and J. G. HouWe demonstrat … - Continuous-Variable Entanglement Test in Driven Quantum Contacts

Author(s): Hongxin Zhan, Mihajlo Vanević, and Wolfgang BelzigThe standard entanglement test using the Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt inequality is known to fail in mesoscopic junctions at finite temperatu … - Terahertz Vortex Beam as a Spectroscopic Probe of Magnetic Excitations

Author(s): A. A. Sirenko, P. Marsik, C. Bernhard, T. N. Stanislavchuk, V. Kiryukhin, and S.-W. CheongA light “corkscrew” is sensitive to the local magnetic field direction, so it can be used to probe … - Modeling the Growth of Organisms Validates a General Relation between Metabolic Costs and Natural Selection

Author(s): Efe Ilker and Michael HinczewskiMetabolism and evolution are closely connected: if a mutation incurs extra energetic costs for an organism, there is a baseline selective disadvantage that m … - Higher-Dimensional Quantum Hypergraph-Product Codes with Finite Rates

Author(s): Weilei Zeng and Leonid P. PryadkoWe describe a family of quantum error-correcting codes which generalize both the quantum hypergraph-product codes by Tillich and Zémor and all families of t … - Operationally Accessible Bounds on Fluctuations and Entropy Production in Periodically Driven Systems

Author(s): Timur Koyuk and Udo SeifertFor periodically driven systems, we derive a family of inequalities that relate entropy production with experimentally accessible data for the mean, its dependenc … - Observation of an Excited ${B}_{c}^{+}$ State

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)Using $pp$ collision data corresponding to an integrated luminosity of $8.5\text{ }\text{ }{\mathrm{fb}}^{−1}$ recorded by the LHCb experiment at center-o … - Constraining the Neutron Star Compactness: Extraction of the $^{23}\mathrm{Al}\mathbf{(}p,γ\mathbf{)}$ Reaction Rate for the $rp$ Process

Author(s): C. Wolf et al.The $^{23}\mathrm{Al}(p,γ)^{24}\mathrm{Si}$ reaction is among the most important reactions driving the energy generation in type-I x-ray bursts. However, the present reaction- … - Molecular Auger Interferometry

Author(s): M. A. Khokhlova, B. Cooper, K. Ueda, K. C. Prince, P. Kolorenč, M. Yu. Ivanov, and V. AverbukhWe introduce and present a theory of interferometric measurement of a normal Auger decay lifeti … - Marangoni Flow in Freely Suspended Liquid Films

Author(s): T. Trittel, K. Harth, C. Klopp, and R. StannariusWe demonstrate controlled material transport driven by temperature differences in thin freely suspended smectic films. Films with submicrome …