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Dynamically Manipulating Topological Physics and Edge Modes in a Single Degenerate Optical Cavity
(2017)We propose a scheme to simulate topological physics within a single degenerate cavity, whose modes are mapped to lattice sites. A crucial ingredient of the scheme is to construct a sharp boundary so that the open boundary ... 
Dynamics of heavyRydberg ionpair formation in K(14p,20p)SF6, CCl4ﾠcollisions
(2014)The dynamics of formation of heavyRydberg ionpair states throughﾠelectron transferﾠin K(np)SF6, CCl4ﾠcollisions is examined byﾠmeasuringﾠtheﾠvelocity,ﾠangular, and bindingﾠenergyﾠdistributions of the product ion pairs. ... 
Effect of event selection on jetlike correlation measurement in d+Au collisions at √SNN=200 GeV
(2015)Dihadron correlations are analyzed in √SNN=200 GeVd+Au collisions classified by forward charged particle multiplicity and zerodegree neutral energy in the Aubeam direction. It is found that the jetlike correlated yield ... 
Effect of Nematic Order on the LowEnergy Spin Fluctuations in Detwinned BaFe1.935Ni0.065As2
(2016)The origin of nematic order remains one of the major debates in ironbased superconductors. In theories based on spin nematicity, one major prediction is that the spinspin correlation length at (0,π) should decrease with ... 
Effect of Pnictogen Height on Spin Waves in Iron Pnictides
(2014)We use inelastic neutron scattering to study spin waves in the antiferromagnetic ordered phase of iron pnictide NaFeAs throughout the Brillouin zone. Comparing with the wellstudied AFe2As2 (A=Ca, Sr, Ba) family, spin waves ... 
Effect of spinorbit coupling on the actinide dioxides AnO2 (An=Th, Pa, U, Np, Pu, and Am): A screened hybrid density functional study
(2012)We present a systematic comparison of the lattice structures, electronic density of states, and band gaps of actinide dioxides, AnO2 (An=Th, Pa, U, Np, Pu, and Am) predicted by the HeydScuseriaErnzerhof screened hybrid ... 
The effective exponent γ(Q) and the slope of the β function
(2016)The slope of the β function at a fixed point is commonly thought to be RG invariant and to be the critical exponent γ* that governs the approach of any physical quantity RR to its fixedpoint limit: R*−R∝Qγ*. Chýla has ... 
Effective field theory search for highenergy nuclear recoils using the XENON100 dark matter detector
(2017)We report on weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs) search results in the XENON100 detector using a nonrelativistic effective field theory approach. The data from science run II (34 kg×224.6 live days) were reanalyzed, ... 
Effective manybody parameters for atoms in nonseparable Gaussian optical potentials
(2015)We analyze the properties of particles trapped in threedimensional potentials formed from superimposed Gaussian beams, fully taking into account effects of potential anharmonicity and nonseparability. Although these effects ... 
Effective pwave interaction and topological superfluids in swave quantum gases
(2016)pwave interaction in cold atoms may give rise to exotic topological superfluids. However, the realization of pwave interaction in a cold atom system is experimentally challenging. Here we propose a simple scheme to ... 
Effectiveﾠgfactors of carriers in inverted InAs/GaSb bilayers
(2016)We perform tiltfieldﾠtransportﾠexperiment on inverted InAs/GaSb, which hosts quantum spin Hallﾠinsulator.ﾠBy means of coincidence method,ﾠLandau levelﾠ(LL) spectra of electron and hole carriers are systematically studied ... 
Effects of electronelectron interactions on the electronic Raman scattering of graphite in high magnetic fields
(2014)We report the observation of strongly temperature (T)dependent spectral lines in electronic Ramanscattering spectra of graphite in a high magnetic field up to 45 T applied along the c axis. The magnetic field quantizes ... 
Effects of etchants in the transfer of chemical vapor deposited graphene
(2018)The quality of graphene can be strongly modified during the transfer process following chemical vapor deposition (CVD) growth. Here, we transferred CVDgrown graphene from a copper foil to a SiO2/Si substrate using wet ... 
Effects of finite plasma pressure on centrifugally driven convection in Saturn’s inner magnetosphere
(2012)We have previously shown simulation results for centrifugally driven plasma convection in Saturn’s inner magnetosphere (2 < L < 12) using the Rice Convection Model, including a continuously active distributed plasma ... 
Effects of magnetic drift shell splitting on electron diffusion in the radiation belts
(2016)Drift shell splitting in the presence of pitch angle scattering breaks all three adiabatic invariants of radiation belt electron motion and produces new diffusion terms that fully populate the diffusion tensor in the ... 
Effects of spinorbit coupling on JaynesCummings and TavisCummings models
(2016)We consider ultracold atoms inside a ring optical cavity that supports a single planewave mode. The cavity field, together with an external coherent laser field, drives a twophoton Raman transition between two internal ... 
An efficient and positivitypreserving layer method for modeling radiation belt diffusion processes
(2016)An efficient and positivitypreserving layer method is introduced to solve the radiation belt diffusion equation and is applied to study the bounce resonance interaction between relativistic electrons and magnetosonic ... 
Efficient generation of manybody singlet states of spin1 bosons in optical superlattices
(2017)We propose an efficient stepwise adiabatic merging (SAM) method to generate manybody singlet states in antiferromagnetic spin1 bosons in concatenated optical superlattices with isolated doublewell arrays, by adiabatically ... 
Efficient Modulation of 1.55 μm Radiation with Gated Graphene on a Silicon Microring Resonator
(2014)The gatecontrollability of the Fermiedge onset of interband absorption in graphene can be utilized to modulate nearinfrared radiation in the telecommunication band. However, a high modulation efficiency has not been ... 
Efficient Monte Carlo simulation of a dissipative Ising chain
(2018)We numerically study the dissipative transverse field Ising model in a bosonic bath with Ohmic spectral density. We present Monte Carlo techniques for studying this model in previously inaccessible regimes of strong ...