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FullText Articles in Physics
Data Supporting The Paper "Aerosol Mediated Glaciation Of MixedPhase Clouds: SteadyState Laboratory Measurements", N. Desai, K. K. Chandrakar, G. Kinney, W. Cantrell, R. A. Shaw
Data Supporting The Paper "Aerosol Mediated Glaciation Of MixedPhase Clouds: SteadyState Laboratory Measurements", N. Desai, K. K. Chandrakar, G. Kinney, W. Cantrell, R. A. Shaw
Department of Physics Publications
No abstract provided.
SpecificationBased Grading Resources For Openstax College Physics (Ggc), Edward Forringer
SpecificationBased Grading Resources For Openstax College Physics (Ggc), Edward Forringer
Physics and Astronomy Ancillary Materials
This collection of ancillary materials for Introductory Biology was created under a Round Eleven MiniGrant for Ancillary Materials Creation and Revision. Included are the following resources to assist a faculty member in implementing specification grading in an introductory physics course using OpenStax College Physics:
 Specification Grading Guide
 Specification Documents
 Quizzes
 Practice Final Exam
Author's Description:
"Rather than grading each assignment with partial credit and then taking a weighted average of your assignments to find a grade, this course uses a set of course expectations called “specifications” (spec for short). Each spec has an associated quiz. Some specifications are designated ...
Temporal And Spatial Scaling Of Dissipation Under NonBreaking Surface Waves, Mingming Shao, Brian K. Haus, Darek Bogucki, Mohammad Barzegar
Temporal And Spatial Scaling Of Dissipation Under NonBreaking Surface Waves, Mingming Shao, Brian K. Haus, Darek Bogucki, Mohammad Barzegar
Supplementary Data and Tools
This dataset is associated to the NSF OCE/Physical Oceanography funded project “Laboratory Investigation of Turbulence Generation by Surface Waves”. There are three papers in preparation that will refer to data contained within this archive. The overarching goal of this project was to address a significant knowledge gap regarding the turbulent dissipation of nonbreaking surface waves. To accomplish this, a comprehensive study in the SUrgeSTructureAtmosphereINteraction (SUSTAIN) windwave laboratory at the University of Miami was conducted. A combination of established measurement approaches (Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) and Vertical Microstructure Profiler (VMP)) and new technologies (Optical Turbulence Sensor (OTS)) have been used ...
2d Ion Temperature Maps From Twins Ena Data: Idl Scripts, Amy Keesee, Earl Scime, Anna Zaniewski, Roxanne Katus
2d Ion Temperature Maps From Twins Ena Data: Idl Scripts, Amy Keesee, Earl Scime, Anna Zaniewski, Roxanne Katus
Physics Scholarship
Energetic neutral atom (ENA) flux from the NASA TWINS mission (and previously the MENA instrument on the NASA IMAGE mission) is projected along the line of sight to the equatorial plane in GSM coordinates. A Maxwellian fit is used to calculate the ion temperature in each equatorial plane bin, creating 2D maps of ion temperatures. The files are IDL .pro scripts that can be read using a text editor. IDL software is required to run. The primary script is twins_master.pro. The scripts call other scripts that were developed by the TWINS mission team as well as publicly available IDL ...
Data Supporting The Paper "Turbulence Induced Cloud Voids: Observation And Interpretation", Katarzyna Karpinska, Jonathan F. E. Bodenschatz, Szymon P. Malinowski, Jakub L. Nowak, Steffen Risius, Tina Schmeissner, Raymond Shaw, Holger Siebert, Hengdong Xi, Haitao Xu, Eberhard Bodenschatz
Data Supporting The Paper "Turbulence Induced Cloud Voids: Observation And Interpretation", Katarzyna Karpinska, Jonathan F. E. Bodenschatz, Szymon P. Malinowski, Jakub L. Nowak, Steffen Risius, Tina Schmeissner, Raymond Shaw, Holger Siebert, Hengdong Xi, Haitao Xu, Eberhard Bodenschatz
Department of Physics Publications
No abstract provided.
Simulation Data Supporting The Paper "Optical Properties And Radiative Forcing Of FractalLike Tar Ball Aggregates From Biomass Burning", Janarjan Bhandari, Swarup China, Giulia Girotto, Barbara Scarnato, Kyle Gorkowski, Allison Aiken, Manvendra Dubey, C. Mazzoleni
Simulation Data Supporting The Paper "Optical Properties And Radiative Forcing Of FractalLike Tar Ball Aggregates From Biomass Burning", Janarjan Bhandari, Swarup China, Giulia Girotto, Barbara Scarnato, Kyle Gorkowski, Allison Aiken, Manvendra Dubey, C. Mazzoleni
Department of Physics Publications
Simulations data supporting the paper "Optical properties and radiative forcing of fractallike tar ball aggregates from biomass burning," to be submitted to the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer.
Data Supporting The Paper "Influence Of Microphysical Variability On Stochastic Condensation In A Turbulent Laboratory Cloud", N. Desai, K. K. Chandrakar, K. Chang, Will Cantrell, Raymond Shaw
Data Supporting The Paper "Influence Of Microphysical Variability On Stochastic Condensation In A Turbulent Laboratory Cloud", N. Desai, K. K. Chandrakar, K. Chang, Will Cantrell, Raymond Shaw
Department of Physics Publications
No abstract provided.
Introduction To The Usu Library Of Solutions To The Einstein Field Equations, Ian M. Anderson, Charles G. Torre
Introduction To The Usu Library Of Solutions To The Einstein Field Equations, Ian M. Anderson, Charles G. Torre
Tutorials on... in 1 hour or less
This is a Maple worksheet providing an introduction to the USU Library of Solutions to the Einstein Field Equations. The library is part of the DifferentialGeometry software project and is a collection of symbolic data and metadata describing solutions to the Einstein equations.
Principles Of Physics I Lab (Jupyter), Tatiana Krivosheev, Caroline Sheppard, Patricia Todebush, Bram Boroson, Justin Mays
Principles Of Physics I Lab (Jupyter), Tatiana Krivosheev, Caroline Sheppard, Patricia Todebush, Bram Boroson, Justin Mays
Physics and Astronomy Ancillary Materials
This collection of open laboratory materials for Principles of Physics I was created under a Round Four ALG Textbook Transformation Grant. These materials require the open source Jupyter application.
Affordable Learning Georgia Grants Collections are intended to provide faculty with the frameworks to quickly implement or revise the same materials as a Textbook Transformation Grants team, along with the aims and lessons learned from project teams during the implementation process.
Principles Of Physics Ii Lab (Jupyter), Tatiana Krivosheev, Caroline Sheppard, Patricia Todebush, Bram Boroson, Justin Mays
Principles Of Physics Ii Lab (Jupyter), Tatiana Krivosheev, Caroline Sheppard, Patricia Todebush, Bram Boroson, Justin Mays
Physics and Astronomy Ancillary Materials
This collection of open laboratory materials for Principles of Physics II was created under a Round Four ALG Textbook Transformation Grant. These materials require the open source Jupyter application.
Affordable Learning Georgia Grants Collections are intended to provide faculty with the frameworks to quickly implement or revise the same materials as a Textbook Transformation Grants team, along with the aims and lessons learned from project teams during the implementation process.
Jisp16 NucleonNucleon Interaction Software, A. M. Shirokov, James P. Vary, Scott Bogner, Daniel Gogny, Alexander I. Mazur, Evgeniy A. Mazur, Gianina Alina Negoita, Thomas Weber
Jisp16 NucleonNucleon Interaction Software, A. M. Shirokov, James P. Vary, Scott Bogner, Daniel Gogny, Alexander I. Mazur, Evgeniy A. Mazur, Gianina Alina Negoita, Thomas Weber
Energy Datasets
Fortran subroutine that generates harmonic oscillator matrix elements of the nucleonnucleon interaction JISP16 is provided.
Student Resources For: From Photon To Neuron, Light, Imaging, Vision, Philip C. Nelson
Student Resources For: From Photon To Neuron, Light, Imaging, Vision, Philip C. Nelson
Department of Physics Papers
This zip archive contains datasets and additional media associated to the book "From Photon to Neuron (Princeton University Press, 2017).
Code For "NoiseEnhanced Coding In Phasic Neuron Spike Trains", Cheng Ly, Brent D. Doiron
Code For "NoiseEnhanced Coding In Phasic Neuron Spike Trains", Cheng Ly, Brent D. Doiron
Statistical Sciences and Operations Research Data
This zip file contains Matlab scripts and ode (XPP) files to calculate the statistics of the models in "NoiseEnhanced Coding in Phasic Neuron Spike Trains". This article is published in PLoS ONE.
Raw Data Sets For NascentDenuded Soot  Image Analysis, Claudio Mazzoleni, Janarjan Bhandari
Raw Data Sets For NascentDenuded Soot  Image Analysis, Claudio Mazzoleni, Janarjan Bhandari
Department of Physics Publications
These data sets have been used for the paper "Effect of thermodenuding on the structure of nascent flame soot aggregates," submitted for publication on August 23, 2016.
Isotope Effect On ElectronPhonon Interaction In Multiband Superconductor Mgb2, Adam Kaminski, Daixiang Mou, Paul C. Canfield, Serguei Budko, Lunan Huang, Valentin Taufour, Yun Wu, Soham Manni
Isotope Effect On ElectronPhonon Interaction In Multiband Superconductor Mgb2, Adam Kaminski, Daixiang Mou, Paul C. Canfield, Serguei Budko, Lunan Huang, Valentin Taufour, Yun Wu, Soham Manni
Ames Laboratory Datasets
We investigate the effect of isotope substitution on electronphonon interaction in multiband superconductor MgB$_2$ using tunable laser based Angle Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy. The kink structure around 70 meV in Sigma band, which is caused by electron coupling to E_2g phonon mode, is shifted to higher binding energy by ~3.5 meV in Mg^10B2. The changes of the kink energy reported here suggest that the anharmonicity of the E2g phonon in MgB2 is very small, which reopens the debate about the unusually small isotope coefficient in this material. These results are the benchmark for investigation of isotope effect in ...
The Differentialgeometry Package, Ian M. Anderson, Charles G. Torre
The Differentialgeometry Package, Ian M. Anderson, Charles G. Torre
Downloads
This is the entire DifferentialGeometry package, a zip file (DifferentialGeometry.zip) containing (1) a Maple Library file, DifferentialGeometryUSU.mla, (2) a Maple help file DifferentialGeometry.help. This is the latest version of the DifferentialGeometry software; it supersedes what is released with Maple. It has been tested on Maple versions 17, 18, 2015.
Discovery Of Dirac Node Arcs In Ptsn4, Adam Kaminski, Paul C. Canfield, Serguei Bud'ko, Daixiang Mou, Eundeok Mun, Yun Wu, Lunan Huang, Yongbin Lee, Duane D. Johnson, Linlin Wang
Discovery Of Dirac Node Arcs In Ptsn4, Adam Kaminski, Paul C. Canfield, Serguei Bud'ko, Daixiang Mou, Eundeok Mun, Yun Wu, Lunan Huang, Yongbin Lee, Duane D. Johnson, Linlin Wang
Ames Laboratory Datasets
In topological quantum materials the conduction and valence bands are connected at points (Dirac/Weyl semimetals) or along lines (Line Node semimetals) in the momentum space. Numbers of studies demonstrated that several materials are indeed Dirac/Weyl semimetals. However, there is still no experimental confirmation of materials with line nodes, in which the Dirac nodes form closed loops in the momentum space. Here we report the discovery of a novel topological structure  Dirac node arcs  in the ultrahigh magnetoresistive material PtSn4 using laserbased angleresolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) data and density functional theory (DFT) calculations. Unlike the closed loops of line ...
Daejeon16 Nn Interaction Software, A. M. Shirokov, I. J. Shin, Y. Kim, M. Sosonkina, P. Maris, James P. Vary
Daejeon16 Nn Interaction Software, A. M. Shirokov, I. J. Shin, Y. Kim, M. Sosonkina, P. Maris, James P. Vary
Energy Datasets
A Fortran subroutine that generates harmonic oscillator matrix elements of the nucleonnucleon interaction Daejeon16, is provided.
We note that that there was a mistake in the fortran file Daejeon16_public_v1.f90 downloadable before June 21, 2017. We recommend to use the current version Daejeon16_public_v2.f90, where this bug is corrected and which works much faster.
Imaging The Magnetic NanoDomains In Nd2fe14b, Adam Kaminski, Daixiang Mou, Paul C. Canfield, Valentin Taufour, Lunan Huang, Serguei Budko, Benjamin Schrunk, Tey Lamichhane
Imaging The Magnetic NanoDomains In Nd2fe14b, Adam Kaminski, Daixiang Mou, Paul C. Canfield, Valentin Taufour, Lunan Huang, Serguei Budko, Benjamin Schrunk, Tey Lamichhane
Ames Laboratory Datasets
We study magnetic domains in Nd2Fe14B single crystals using high resolution magnetic force microscopy (MFM). Previous MFM studies and small angle neutron scattering experiments suggested the presence of nanoscale domains in addition to optically detected micrometerscale ones. We find, in addition to the elongated, wavy nanodomains reported by a previous MFM study, that the micrometer size, star shape fractal pattern is constructed of an elongated network of nanodomains ~20 nm in width, with resolutionlimited domain walls thinner than 2 nm. While the microscopic domains exhibit significant resilience to an external magnetic field, some of the nano domains are sensitive to ...
Waveforms For TriRandom Arc Heating Of Dusty Plasmas, Zach Haralson, John Goree
Waveforms For TriRandom Arc Heating Of Dusty Plasmas, Zach Haralson, John Goree
Department of Physics & Astronomy Publications
Supplements Laser Heating of 2D Dusty Plasmas Using a Random Arc Pattern," IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, vol. 44, no. 4, pp. 549552, Apr. 2016. DOI: 10.1109/TPS.2015.2498526
Selectivity Mechanism Of The VoltageGated Proton Channel, Hv1, Todor Dudev, Boris Musset, Deri Morgan, Susan M. Smith
Selectivity Mechanism Of The VoltageGated Proton Channel, Hv1, Todor Dudev, Boris Musset, Deri Morgan, Susan M. Smith
Faculty Publications
Abstract• Introduction• Results• Discussion• Methods• Additional Information• References• Acknowledgements• Author information• Supplementary information Voltagegated proton channels, HV1, trigger bioluminescence in dinoflagellates, enable calcification in coccolithophores, and play multifarious roles in human health. Because the proton concentration is minuscule, exquisite selectivity for protons over other ions is critical to HV1 function. The selectivity of the open HV1 channel requires an aspartate near an arginine in the selectivity filter (SF), a narrow region that dictates proton selectivity, but the mechanism of proton selectivity is unknown. Here we use a reduced quantum model to elucidate how the Asp–Arg SF selects protons but ...
RainichType Conditions For Perfect Fluid Spacetimes, Dionisios Krongos, Charles G. Torre
RainichType Conditions For Perfect Fluid Spacetimes, Dionisios Krongos, Charles G. Torre
Research Vignettes
In this worksheet we describe and illustrate a relatively simple set of new Rainichtype conditions on an ndimensional spacetime which are necessary and sufficient for it to define a perfect fluid solution of the Einstein field equations. Procedures are provided which implement these Rainichtype conditions and which reconstruct the perfect fluid from the metric. These results provide an example of the idea of geometrization of matter fields in general relativity, which is a purely geometrical characterization of matter fields via the Einstein field equations.
Thermophonon, Nikolai A. Zarkevich
Thermophonon, Nikolai A. Zarkevich
Ames Laboratory Software
ThermoPhonon is a standalone code, which can be integrated into other software packages. Typically, it is used together with a density functional theory (DFT) code (such as VASP, Wien2k, AbInit, SIESTA) and a phonon code (such as Phonopy or Phon). The workflow is the following.
 Molecular dynamics (MD) in a supercell at a given temperature T is performed using another code. After sufficient equilibration, the output in the form of atomic positions and forces for a large number of selected MD steps is recorded into a file. If needed, one can modify this file by applying additional constraints, such as ...
Neb.F (Source Code), Nikolai A. Zarkevich, Duane D. Johnson
Neb.F (Source Code), Nikolai A. Zarkevich, Duane D. Johnson
Ames Laboratory Software
A nudgedelastic band (NEB) method is modified with concomitant two climbing images (C2NEB) to find a transition state (TS) in complex potential energy landscape, using either quantum electronicstructure or classical atomic potential methods. The Fortran module “NEB” contained in the downloadable file “neb.F” implements our C2NEB algorithm. Our more stable and reliable C2NEB code is modified from the single climbing image (C1NEB) opensource code authored by G. Henkelman (U. Texas  Austin). C2NEB code is implemented to replace NEB subroutine in the VASP planewave electronicstructure code (available at http://www.vasp.at/).
RainichType Conditions For Null Electrovacuum Spacetimes Ii, Charles G. Torre
RainichType Conditions For Null Electrovacuum Spacetimes Ii, Charles G. Torre
Research Vignettes
In this second of two worksheets I continue describing local Rainichtype conditions which are necessary and sufficient for the metric to define a null electrovacuum. In other words, these conditions, which I will call the null electrovacuum conditions, guarantee the existence of a null electromagnetic field such that the metric and electromagnetic field satisfy the EinsteinMaxwell equations. When it exists, the electromagnetic field is easily constructed from the metric. In this worksheet I consider the null electrovacuum conditions which apply when a certain null geodesic congruence determined by the metric is twisting. I shall illustrate the these conditions using a ...
How To Find Killing Vectors, Charles G. Torre
How To Find Killing Vectors, Charles G. Torre
How to... in 10 minutes or less
We show how to compute the Lie algebra of Killing vector fields of a metric in Maple using the commands KillingVectors and LieAlgebraData. A Maple worksheet and a PDF version can be found below.
How To Create A TwoComponent Spinor, Charles G. Torre
How To Create A TwoComponent Spinor, Charles G. Torre
How to... in 10 minutes or less
Let (M, g) be a spacetime, i.e., a 4dimensional manifold M and Lorentz signature metric g. The key ingredients needed for constructing spinor fields on the spacetime are: a complex vector bundle E > M ; an orthonormal frame on TM ; and a solder form relating sections of E to sections of TM (and tensor products thereof). We show how to create a twocomponent spinor field on the Schwarzschild spacetime using the DifferentialGeometry package in Maple. PDF and Maple worksheets can be downloaded from the links below.
Molecule For Electronics: A Myriad Of Opportunities Comes With Daunting Challenges, Ranjit Pati
Molecule For Electronics: A Myriad Of Opportunities Comes With Daunting Challenges, Ranjit Pati
Department of Physics Publications
Since the invention of Integrated Circuit (IC) in 1958, we have seen an unprecedented growth in Sibased electronics industry; ICs are currently used in almost all electronic gadgets. However, it is now very much clear that this era of growth we have been witnessing for the last five decades will soon hit the brick wall, once the transistor size reaches the physical limit of miniaturization.
A Homogeneous Solution Of The EinsteinMaxwell Equations, Charles G. Torre
A Homogeneous Solution Of The EinsteinMaxwell Equations, Charles G. Torre
Research Vignettes
We exhibit and analyze a homogeneous spacetime whose source is a pure radiation electromagnetic field [1]. It was previously believed that this spacetime is the sole example of a homogeneous pure radiation solution of the Einstein equations which admits no electromagnetic field (see [2] and references therein). Here we correct this error in the literature by explicitly displaying the electromagnetic source. This result implies that all homogeneous pure radiation spacetimes satisfy the EinsteinMaxwell equations.
PDF and Maple worksheets can be downloaded from the links below.
How To Create A Lie Algebra, Ian M. Anderson
How To Create A Lie Algebra, Ian M. Anderson
How to... in 10 minutes or less
We show how to create a Lie algebra in Maple using three of the most common approaches: matrices, vector fields and structure equations. PDF and Maple worksheets can be downloaded from the links below.