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Measuring The Lower Critical Field Of Superconductors Using NitrogenVacancy Centers In Diamond Optical Magnetometry, Kamal R. Joshi, Naufer M. Nusran, Makariy A. Tanatar, Kyuil Cho, W. R. Meier, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield, Ruslan Prozorov
Measuring The Lower Critical Field Of Superconductors Using NitrogenVacancy Centers In Diamond Optical Magnetometry, Kamal R. Joshi, Naufer M. Nusran, Makariy A. Tanatar, Kyuil Cho, W. R. Meier, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield, Ruslan Prozorov
Paul C. Canfield
The lower critical magnetic field, Hc1, of superconductors is measured by optical magnetometry using ensembles of nitrogenvacancy centers in diamond. The technique is minimally invasive and allows accurate detection of the vector magnetic field with subgauss sensitivity and submicrometer spatial resolution. These capabilities are used for detailed characterization of the first vortex penetration into superconducting samples from the corners. Aided by the revised calculations of the effective demagnetization factors of actual cuboidshaped samples, these measurements provide precise determination of Hc1 and the related absolute value of the London penetration depth, lambda. We apply this method to three wellstudied superconductors: optimally ...
Nonequilibrium Pair Breaking In Ba(Fe1Xcox)(2)As2 Superconductors: Evidence For Formation Of A Photoinduced Excitonic State, Xu Yang, Liang Luo, M. Mootz, Aaron Patz, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield, I. E. Perakis, Jigang Wang
Nonequilibrium Pair Breaking In Ba(Fe1Xcox)(2)As2 Superconductors: Evidence For Formation Of A Photoinduced Excitonic State, Xu Yang, Liang Luo, M. Mootz, Aaron Patz, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield, I. E. Perakis, Jigang Wang
Paul C. Canfield
Ultrafast terahertz (THz) pumpprobe spectroscopy reveals an unusual outofequilibrium Cooper pair nonlinear dynamics and a nonequilibrium state driven by femtosecond (fs) photoexcitation of superconductivity (SC) in iron pnictides. Following fast SC quench via hotphonon scattering, a second, abnormally slow (many hundreds of picoseconds), SC quench regime is observed prior to any recovery. Importantly, a nonlinear pump fluence dependence is identified for this remarkably long prebottleneck dynamics that are sensitive to both doping and temperature. Using quantum kinetic modeling we argue that the buildup of excitonic interpocket correlation between electronhole ( e − h ) quasiparticles (QP) quenches SC after fs photoexcitation leading to ...
MagneticField Effects On The Fragile Antiferromagnetism In Ybbipt, Benjamin G. Ueland, Andreas Kreyssig, E. D. Mun, J. W. Lynn, L. W. Harriger, D. K. Pratt, K. Prokeš, Z. Hüsges, R. ToftPetersen, S. Sauerbrei, Scott M. Saunders, Yuji Furukawa, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Robert J. Mcqueeney, Paul C. Canfield, Alan I. Goldman
MagneticField Effects On The Fragile Antiferromagnetism In Ybbipt, Benjamin G. Ueland, Andreas Kreyssig, E. D. Mun, J. W. Lynn, L. W. Harriger, D. K. Pratt, K. Prokeš, Z. Hüsges, R. ToftPetersen, S. Sauerbrei, Scott M. Saunders, Yuji Furukawa, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Robert J. Mcqueeney, Paul C. Canfield, Alan I. Goldman
Paul C. Canfield
We present neutrondiffraction data for the cubicheavyfermion YbBiPt that show broad magnetic diffraction peaks due to the fragile shortrange antiferromagnetic (AFM) order persist under an applied magneticfield H. Our results for H perpendicular to[(1) over bar 1 0] and a temperature of T = 0.14(1) K show that the (1/2,1/2,3/2) magnetic diffraction peak can be described by the same twopeak line shape found for mu H0 = 0T below the Neel temperature of TN = 0.4 K. Both components of the peak exist for mu H0 less than or similar to 1.4 T ...
Magnetic Fluctuations In The Itinerant Ferromagnet Lacrge3 Studied By 139la Nmr, K. Rana, H. Kotegawa, R. R. Ullah, J. S. Harvey, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield, H. Tou, V. Taufour, Yuji Furukawa
Magnetic Fluctuations In The Itinerant Ferromagnet Lacrge3 Studied By 139la Nmr, K. Rana, H. Kotegawa, R. R. Ullah, J. S. Harvey, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield, H. Tou, V. Taufour, Yuji Furukawa
Paul C. Canfield
LaCrGe3 is an itinerant ferromagnet with a Curie temperature of T C = 85 K and exhibits an avoided ferromagnetic quantum critical point under pressure through a modulated antiferromagnetic phase as well as tricritical wing structure in its temperaturepressuremagnetic field ( T – p – H) phase diagram. In order to understand the static and dynamical magnetic properties of LaCrGe3 , we carried out 139 La nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) measurements. Based on the analysis of NMR data, using the selfconsistentrenormalization (SCR) theory, the spin fluctuations in the paramagnetic state are revealed to be isotropic ferromagnetic and three dimensional (3D) in nature. Furthermore, the system ...
Ultrahigh Elastically Compressible And StrainEngineerable Intermetallic Compounds Under Uniaxial Mechanical Loading, Gyuho Song, Vladislav Borisov, William Meier, Mingyu Xu, Keith J. Dusoe, John T. Sypek, Roser Valentí, Paul C. Canfield, SeokWoo Lee
Ultrahigh Elastically Compressible And StrainEngineerable Intermetallic Compounds Under Uniaxial Mechanical Loading, Gyuho Song, Vladislav Borisov, William Meier, Mingyu Xu, Keith J. Dusoe, John T. Sypek, Roser Valentí, Paul C. Canfield, SeokWoo Lee
Ames Laboratory Accepted Manuscripts
Intermetallic compounds possess unique atomic arrangements that often lead to exceptional material properties, but their extreme brittleness usually causes fracture at a limited strain of less than 1% and prevents their practical use. Therefore, it is critical for them to exhibit either plasticity or some form of structural transition to absorb and release a sufficient amount of mechanical energy before failure occurs. This study reports that the ThCr2Si2structured intermetallic compound (CaFe2As2) and a hybrid of its structure (CaKFe4As4) with 2 µm in diameter and 6 µm in height can exhibit superelasticity with strain up to 17% through a reversible, deformationinduced ...
Lz101, A Novel Derivative Of Danofloxacin, Induces Mitochondrial Apoptosis By Stabilizing Foxo3a Via Blocking Autophagy Flux In Nsclc Cells, Yongjian Guo, Yue Zhao, Yuxin Zhou, Xiaoqing Tang, Zhiyu Li, Xiaotang Wang
Lz101, A Novel Derivative Of Danofloxacin, Induces Mitochondrial Apoptosis By Stabilizing Foxo3a Via Blocking Autophagy Flux In Nsclc Cells, Yongjian Guo, Yue Zhao, Yuxin Zhou, Xiaoqing Tang, Zhiyu Li, Xiaotang Wang
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Nonsmallcell lung carcinoma (NSCLC) continues to be a vital disease worldwide for its high incidence and consequent mortality rate. In this study, we investigated the anticancer effect of LZ101, a new derivative of danofloxacin, against nonsmallcell lung cancer and the underlying mechanisms. In vitro, LZ101 inhibited the viability of human nonsmall cell lung cancer cell lines. We demonstrated that LZ101 induced mitochondrialmediated apoptosis by increasing Bax/Bcl2 ratio, loss of mitochondrial membrane potential (ΔΨm), release of cytochrome c (Cyt c) and apoptosisinducing factor (AIF) in A549 cells. Further research illuminated that LZ101 induced apoptosis was related to the activation of ...
A QuadratureBased Moment Method For Polydisperse Bubbly Flows, Jeffrey C. Heylmun, Bo Kong, Alberto Passalacqua, Rodney O. Fox
A QuadratureBased Moment Method For Polydisperse Bubbly Flows, Jeffrey C. Heylmun, Bo Kong, Alberto Passalacqua, Rodney O. Fox
Alberto Passalacqua
A computational algorithm for polydisperse bubbly flow is developed by combining quadraturebased moment methods (QBMM) with an existing twofluid solver for gas–liquid flows. Care is taken to ensure that the twofluid model equations are hyperbolic by generalizing the kinetic model for the bubble phase proposed by Bieseuvel and Gorissen (1990). The kinetic formulation for the bubble phase includes the full suite of interphase momentum exchange terms for bubbly flow, as well as ad hoc bubble–bubble interaction terms to model the transition from isolated bubbles to regions of pure air at very high bubblephase volume fractions. A robust numerical ...
A QuadratureBased Moment Method For Polydisperse Bubbly Flows, Jeffrey C. Heylmun, Bo Kong, Alberto Passalacqua, Rodney O. Fox
A QuadratureBased Moment Method For Polydisperse Bubbly Flows, Jeffrey C. Heylmun, Bo Kong, Alberto Passalacqua, Rodney O. Fox
Rodney O. Fox
A computational algorithm for polydisperse bubbly flow is developed by combining quadraturebased moment methods (QBMM) with an existing twofluid solver for gas–liquid flows. Care is taken to ensure that the twofluid model equations are hyperbolic by generalizing the kinetic model for the bubble phase proposed by Bieseuvel and Gorissen (1990). The kinetic formulation for the bubble phase includes the full suite of interphase momentum exchange terms for bubbly flow, as well as ad hoc bubble–bubble interaction terms to model the transition from isolated bubbles to regions of pure air at very high bubblephase volume fractions. A robust numerical ...
Nematicity In The Superconducting Mixed State Of Strain Detwinned Underdoped Ba(Fe1Xcox)(2)As2, J. Schmidt, V. Bekeris, G. S. Lozano, M. V. Bortulé, M. Marziali Bermúdez, C. W. Hicks, Paul C. Canfield, E. Fradkin, G. Pasquini
Nematicity In The Superconducting Mixed State Of Strain Detwinned Underdoped Ba(Fe1Xcox)(2)As2, J. Schmidt, V. Bekeris, G. S. Lozano, M. V. Bortulé, M. Marziali Bermúdez, C. W. Hicks, Paul C. Canfield, E. Fradkin, G. Pasquini
Paul C. Canfield
Evidence of nematic effects in the mixed superconducting phase of slightly underdoped Ba(Fe1−xCox)2As2 is reported. We have found strong inplane resistivity anisotropy for crystals in different strain conditions. For these compositions, there is no magnetic longrange order, so the description may be ascribed to the interplay between the superconducting and nematic order parameters. A piezoelectricbased apparatus is used to apply tensile or compressive strain to tune nematic domain orientation in order to examine intrinsic nematicity. Measurements are done under a rotating magnetic field, and the analysis of the angular dependence of physical quantities identifies the cases in ...
Alternative Energy Sources For Fossil Fuel Independence, Matthew Merchant
Alternative Energy Sources For Fossil Fuel Independence, Matthew Merchant
Senior Honors Theses
Fossil fuel dependence has caused a massive increase in atmospheric greenhouse gas levels. These gases pollute the environment and warm the planet, resulting in climate change effects that will soon be irreversible. To prevent this, clean alternative energy sources need to be developed further and used to gain fossil fuel independence in the near future. Possible alternative energy sources to meet this goal are nuclear fission, fusion, solar, hydro, geothermal, and wind. In this paper, the results of an experiment performed to study on the relationship between a solar panel’s angle with the sun and its power production will ...
How Bright Are Fast Optical Bursts Associated With Fast Radio Bursts?, YuanPei Yang, Bing Zhang, JianYan Wei
How Bright Are Fast Optical Bursts Associated With Fast Radio Bursts?, YuanPei Yang, Bing Zhang, JianYan Wei
Physics & Astronomy Faculty Publications
The origin of fast radio bursts (FRBs) is still unknown. Multiwavelength observations during or shortly after the FRB phase would be essential to identify the counterpart of an FRB and to constrain its progenitor and environment. In this work, we investigate the brightness of the “fast optical bursts” (FOBs) associated with FRBs and the prospects of detecting them. We investigate several inverse Compton (IC) scattering processes that might produce an FOB, including both the onezone and twozone models. We also investigate the extension of the same mechanism of FRB emission to the optical band. We find that a detectable FOB ...
Revealing The Nature Of Antiferroquadrupolar Ordering In Cerium Hexaboride: Ceb6, C. K. Barman, Prashant Singh, Duane Johnson, Aftab Alam
Revealing The Nature Of Antiferroquadrupolar Ordering In Cerium Hexaboride: Ceb6, C. K. Barman, Prashant Singh, Duane Johnson, Aftab Alam
Duane D. Johnson
The cerium hexaboride (CeB6) felectron compound displays a rich array of lowtemperature magnetic phenomena, including a “magnetically hidden” order, identified as multipolar in origin via advanced xray scattering. From firstprinciples electronicstructure results, we find that the antiferroquadrupolar(AFQ) ordering in CeB6 arises from crystalfield splitting and yields a band structure in agreement with experiments. With interactions of p electrons between Ce and B6 being small, the electronic state of CeB6 is suitably described as Ce(4f1)3+(e−)(B6)2−. The AFQ state of orbital spins is caused by an exchange interaction induced through spinorbit interaction, which also splits the ...
Quadratic To Linear Magnetoresistance Tuning In Tmb4, Sreemanta Mitra, Jeremy Goh Swee Kang, John Shin, Jin Quan Ng, Sai Swaroop Sunku, Tai Kong, Paul C. Canfield, B. Sriram Shastry, Pinaki Sengupta, Christos Panagopoulos
Quadratic To Linear Magnetoresistance Tuning In Tmb4, Sreemanta Mitra, Jeremy Goh Swee Kang, John Shin, Jin Quan Ng, Sai Swaroop Sunku, Tai Kong, Paul C. Canfield, B. Sriram Shastry, Pinaki Sengupta, Christos Panagopoulos
Paul C. Canfield
The change of a material's electrical resistance (R) in response to an external magnetic field (B) provides subtle information for the characterization of its electronic properties and has found applications in sensor and storage related technologies. In good metals, Boltzmann's theory predicts a quadratic growth in magnetoresistance (MR) at low B and saturation at high fields. On the other hand, a number of nonmagnetic materials with weak electronic correlation and low carrier concentration for metallicity, such as inhomogeneous conductors, semimetals, narrow gap semiconductors and topological insulators, and two dimensional electron gas, show positive, nonsaturating linear magnetoresistance (LMR). However ...
Competition Between Orthorhombic And ReEntrant Tetragonal Phases In Underdoped Ba1Xkxfe2as2 Probed By The Response To Controlled Disorder, Erik I. Timmons, Makariy A. Tanatar, K. Willa, S. Teknowijoyo, Kyuil Cho, M. Konczykowski, O. Cavani, Yong Liu, Thomas A. Lograsso, U. Welp, Ruslan Prozorov
Competition Between Orthorhombic And ReEntrant Tetragonal Phases In Underdoped Ba1Xkxfe2as2 Probed By The Response To Controlled Disorder, Erik I. Timmons, Makariy A. Tanatar, K. Willa, S. Teknowijoyo, Kyuil Cho, M. Konczykowski, O. Cavani, Yong Liu, Thomas A. Lograsso, U. Welp, Ruslan Prozorov
Thomas A. Lograsso
Lowtemperature (22 K) irradiation with 2.5MeV electrons, creating point defects affecting elastic scattering, was used to study the competition between stripe C2 and tetragonal C4 antiferromagnetic phases which exist in a narrow doping range around x = 0.25 in holedoped Ba1xKxFe2As2. In nearby compositions outside of this range, at x = 0.22 and x = 0.19, the temperatures of both the concomitant orthorhombic/stripe antiferromagnetic transition TC2 and the superconducting transition Tc are monotonically suppressed by added disorder at similar rates of about 0.1 K/mu Omega cm, as revealed through using resistivity variation as an intrinsic measure ...
Reshaping And Sintering Of 3d Fcc Metal Nanoclusters: Stochastic Atomistic Modeling With Realistic Surface Diffusion Kinetics, King C. Lai, James W. Evans
Reshaping And Sintering Of 3d Fcc Metal Nanoclusters: Stochastic Atomistic Modeling With Realistic Surface Diffusion Kinetics, King C. Lai, James W. Evans
James W. Evans
Farfromequilibrium evolution of metallic nanocluster shapes is highly sensitive to the atomisticlevel details of surface diffusion for diverse local surface configurations. A stochastic model was developed incorporating realistic values for the multiple diffusion barriers (contrasting previous unrealistic generic prescriptions) based upon insights from homoepitaxial film growth. Kinetic Monte Carlo simulation then elucidates the conversion of Ag nanocubes to Wulff polyhedra mediated by nucleation of new {100}facets, the pinchoff of sufficiently elongated Ag nanorods, and key aspects of sintering for orientationally aligned Ag and Au nanoclusters. The time scale for sintering of Au nanoclusters observed in highresolution transmission electron microscopy ...
Mechanisms Of Enhanced Thermal Stability Of Polarization In LeadFree (Bi 1/2na 1/2) 0.94ba 0.06tio 3/Zno Ceramic Composites, Zhongming Fan, Lin Zhou, TaeHoon Kim, Ji Zhang, ShanTao Zhang, Xiaoli Tan
Mechanisms Of Enhanced Thermal Stability Of Polarization In LeadFree (Bi 1/2na 1/2) 0.94ba 0.06tio 3/Zno Ceramic Composites, Zhongming Fan, Lin Zhou, TaeHoon Kim, Ji Zhang, ShanTao Zhang, Xiaoli Tan
Xiaoli Tan
(Bi 1/2Na 1/2)TiO 3based solid solutions, one of the major systems of leadfree piezoelectric ceramics, exhibit a low thermal depolarization temperature ( T d~100°C). It was reported that by incorporating 30 mol% ZnO particles to form a ceramic composite of (Bi 1/2Na 1/2) 0.94Ba 0.06TiO 3/ZnO, the depolarization process can be shifted up to ~250 °C. In the present work, a variety of advanced transmission electron microscopy techniques, including in situ heating, annular brightfield, highangle annular darkfield, geometric phase analysis, energydispersive spectrum and electron energyloss spectroscopy, are employed to investigate the ...
Equatorial Disturbance Dynamo Vertical Plasma Drifts Over Jicamarca: Bi‐Monthly And Solar Cycle Dependence, Luis Navarro Dominguez, Bela G. Fejer, Ludger Scherliess
Equatorial Disturbance Dynamo Vertical Plasma Drifts Over Jicamarca: Bi‐Monthly And Solar Cycle Dependence, Luis Navarro Dominguez, Bela G. Fejer, Ludger Scherliess
All Physics Faculty Publications
We use extensive incoherent scatter radar observations from the Jicamarca Radio Observatory to study the local time and bi‐monthly dependence of the equatorial disturbance dynamo vertical plasma drifts on solar flux and geomagnetic activity. We show that the daytime disturbance drifts have generally small magnitudes with largest values before noon and an apparent annual variation. Near dusk, they are downward throughout the year with largest values during the equinoxes and smallest during June solstice. These downward drifts increase strongly with solar flux, and shift to later local times. They also increase with increasing geomagnetically active conditions with no apparent ...
Hcp: A Matlab Package To Create Beautiful Heatmaps With Richly Annotated Covariates, Manuela Salvucci, Jochen Hm Prehn
Hcp: A Matlab Package To Create Beautiful Heatmaps With Richly Annotated Covariates, Manuela Salvucci, Jochen Hm Prehn
Physiology and Medical Physics Articles
HCP (HeatmapCovariatePlot) provides a simple high level application programming interface (API) to design elaborated visualizations in a modular fashion. The user can select which elements to include, covariate row annotations and/or heatmaps, by invoking the AddCovariateRow or the AddHeatmap methods. Elements can be vertically stacked and also grouped in functionally related subblocks encapsulated by the AddSubBlock method to adjust the figure layout. The plotting options in HCP are chosen sensibly to create productionquality outofthebox visualizations in most usecase. HCP features several plotting options to adjust the plot aesthetics to cater for the user preferences in terms of colormaps, labelling ...
Topological States In A15 Superconductors, Minsung Kim, CaiZhuang Wang, KaiMing Ho
Topological States In A15 Superconductors, Minsung Kim, CaiZhuang Wang, KaiMing Ho
Ames Laboratory Accepted Manuscripts
Superconductors with the A15 structure are prototypical typeII swave superconductors which have generated considerable interest in early superconducting material history. However, the topological nature of the electronic structure remains unnoticed so far. Here, using firstprinciples band structure calculations based on densityfunctional theory, we show that the A15 superconductors (Ta3Sb, Ta3Sn, and Ta3Pb) have nontrivial band topology in the bulk electronic band structures, leading to the formation of topological surface states near the Fermi energy. Due to the bulk superconductivity, the proximity effect in the topological surface states would induce topological superconductivity even without heterostructure of a topological insulator and an ...
A QuadratureBased Moment Method For Polydisperse Bubbly Flows, Jeffrey C. Heylmun, Bo Kong, Alberto Passalacqua, Rodney O. Fox
A QuadratureBased Moment Method For Polydisperse Bubbly Flows, Jeffrey C. Heylmun, Bo Kong, Alberto Passalacqua, Rodney O. Fox
Chemical and Biological Engineering Publications
A computational algorithm for polydisperse bubbly flow is developed by combining quadraturebased moment methods (QBMM) with an existing twofluid solver for gas–liquid flows. Care is taken to ensure that the twofluid model equations are hyperbolic by generalizing the kinetic model for the bubble phase proposed by Bieseuvel and Gorissen (1990). The kinetic formulation for the bubble phase includes the full suite of interphase momentum exchange terms for bubbly flow, as well as ad hoc bubble–bubble interaction terms to model the transition from isolated bubbles to regions of pure air at very high bubblephase volume fractions. A robust numerical ...
BlandfordZnajek Process In Vacuo And Its Holographic Dual, Ted Jacobson, Maria J. Rodriguez
BlandfordZnajek Process In Vacuo And Its Holographic Dual, Ted Jacobson, Maria J. Rodriguez
All Physics Faculty Presentations
Blandford and Znajek discovered a process by which a spinning black hole can transfer rotational energy to a plasma, offering a mechanism for energy and jet emissions from quasars. Here we describe a version of this mechanism that operates with only vacuum electromagnetic fields outside the black hole. The setting, which is not astrophysically realistic, involves either a cylindrical black hole or one that lives in 2+1 spacetime dimensions, and the field is given in simple, closed form for a wide class of metrics. For asymptotically anti–de Sitter black holes in 2+1 dimensions, the holographic dual of ...
Superconductivity In The Van Der Waals Layered Compound Ps2, YanLing Li, Elissaios Stavrou, Qiang Zhu, Samantha M. Clarke, Yunguo Li, HongMei Huang
Superconductivity In The Van Der Waals Layered Compound Ps2, YanLing Li, Elissaios Stavrou, Qiang Zhu, Samantha M. Clarke, Yunguo Li, HongMei Huang
Physics & Astronomy Faculty Publications
van der Waals (vdW) layered compounds provided a fruitful research platform for the realization of superconductivity. However, a vdW layered superconductor with a high transition temperature (Tc) at ambient conditions is still rare. Here, using variablecomposition evolutionary structure predictions, we systematically explored the stable compounds in the PS system up to 20 GPa. Opposed to the complex stoichiometries at ambient conditions, only one compound, PS2, is predicted to be thermodynamically stable above 8 GPa. Strikingly, PS2 is a vdW layered material isostructural to 3R−MoS2 exhibiting a predicted Tc of around 11 K at ambient pressure, both in the bulk ...
Magnetic Fluctuations In The Itinerant Ferromagnet Lacrge3 Studied By 139la Nmr, K. Rana, H. Kotegawa, R. R. Ullah, J. S. Harvey, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield, H. Tou, V. Taufour, Yuji Furukawa
Magnetic Fluctuations In The Itinerant Ferromagnet Lacrge3 Studied By 139la Nmr, K. Rana, H. Kotegawa, R. R. Ullah, J. S. Harvey, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield, H. Tou, V. Taufour, Yuji Furukawa
Ames Laboratory Accepted Manuscripts
LaCrGe3 is an itinerant ferromagnet with a Curie temperature of T C = 85 K and exhibits an avoided ferromagnetic quantum critical point under pressure through a modulated antiferromagnetic phase as well as tricritical wing structure in its temperaturepressuremagnetic field ( T – p – H) phase diagram. In order to understand the static and dynamical magnetic properties of LaCrGe3 , we carried out 139 La nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) measurements. Based on the analysis of NMR data, using the selfconsistentrenormalization (SCR) theory, the spin fluctuations in the paramagnetic state are revealed to be isotropic ferromagnetic and three dimensional (3D) in nature. Furthermore, the system ...
Dynamical Spacetime Symmetry, Benjamin Lovelady, James Thomas Wheeler
Dynamical Spacetime Symmetry, Benjamin Lovelady, James Thomas Wheeler
Benjamin Lovelady
According to the ColemanMandula theorem, any gauge theory of gravity combined with an internal symmetry based on a Lie group must take the form of a direct product in order to be consistent with basic assumptions of quantum field theory. However, we show that an alternative gauging of a simple group can lead dynamically to a spacetime with compact internal symmetry. The biconformal gauging of the conformal symmetry of ndimensional Euclidean space doubles the dimension to give a symplectic manifold. Examining one of the Lagrangian submanifolds in the flat case, we find that in addition to the expected SO(n ...
Crystal Growth And Magnetic Structure Of Mnbi2 Te 4, J.Q. Yan, Q. Zhang, T. Heitmann, Zengle Huang, K. Y. Chen, J.G. Cheng, Weida Wu, David Vaknin, B. C. Sales, Robert J. Mcqueeney
Crystal Growth And Magnetic Structure Of Mnbi2 Te 4, J.Q. Yan, Q. Zhang, T. Heitmann, Zengle Huang, K. Y. Chen, J.G. Cheng, Weida Wu, David Vaknin, B. C. Sales, Robert J. Mcqueeney
Ames Laboratory Accepted Manuscripts
Millimetersized MnBi2Te4 single crystals are grown out of a BiTe flux and characterized using magnetic, transport, scanning tunneling microscopy, and spectroscopy measurements. The magnetic structure of MnBi2Te4 below TN is determined by powder and singlecrystal neutron diffraction measurements. Below TN = 24 K, Mn2+ moments order ferromagnetically in the ab plane but antiferromagnetically along the crystallographic c axis. The ordered moment is 4.04(13)μB/Mn at 10 K and aligned along the crystallographic c axis in an Atype antiferromagnetic order. Below TN, the electrical resistivity drops upon cooling or when going across the metamagnetic transition in increasing magnetic fields ...
Dressed States From Gauge Invariance, Hayato Hirai, Sotaro Sugishita
Dressed States From Gauge Invariance, Hayato Hirai, Sotaro Sugishita
Physics and Astronomy Faculty Publications
The dressed state formalism enables us to define the infrared finite Smatrix for QED. In the formalism, asymptotic charged states are dressed by clouds of photons. The dressed asymptotic states are originally obtained by solving the dynamics of the asymptotic Hamiltonian in the far past or future region. However, there was an argument that the obtained dressed states are not gauge invariant. We resolve the problem by imposing a correct gauge invariant condition. We show that the dressed states can be obtained just by requiring the gauge invariance of asymptotic states. In other words, Gauss’s law naturally leads ...
Dual Superconformal Symmetry Of N = 2 ChernSimons Theory With Fundamental Matter At Large N, Karthik Inbasekar, Sachin Jain, Sucheta Majumdar, Pranjal Nayak, Turmoli Neogi, Ritam Sinha, Tarun Sharma, V. Umesh
Dual Superconformal Symmetry Of N = 2 ChernSimons Theory With Fundamental Matter At Large N, Karthik Inbasekar, Sachin Jain, Sucheta Majumdar, Pranjal Nayak, Turmoli Neogi, Ritam Sinha, Tarun Sharma, V. Umesh
Physics and Astronomy Faculty Publications
Dual conformal symmetry and Yangian symmetry are symmetries of amplitudes that have aided the study of scattering amplitudes in highly supersymmetric theories like N = 4 SYM and ABJM. However, in general such symmetries are absent from the theories with lesser or no supersymmetry. In this paper, we show that the tree level 2 → 2 scattering amplitude in the 3d N = 2 ChernSimons theory coupled to a fundamental chiral multiplet is dual superconformal invariant. In the ’t Hooft large N limit, the 2 → 2 scattering amplitude in this theory has been shown to be treelevel exact in nonanyonic channels, while having ...
Periodic Table Of Elements, Mendeleev's Periodic Table: History, Achievements And Problems, Boris Oksengendler, Kamil Mukimov, Renat Letfullin, Nigora Turaeva, Gulmurza Abdurakhmanov, Shavkat Yuldashev
Periodic Table Of Elements, Mendeleev's Periodic Table: History, Achievements And Problems, Boris Oksengendler, Kamil Mukimov, Renat Letfullin, Nigora Turaeva, Gulmurza Abdurakhmanov, Shavkat Yuldashev
Bulletin of National University of Uzbekistan: Mathematics and Natural Sciences
This paper, devoted to the yubilee of Mendeleev's table, deals with a set of historical and physicochemical problems related it. Basing on the evolutional approach to the development of the concept of “elements and structure” and up to the appearance of the notion “complexity” we discuss the applicability of Mendeleev's table to the understanding of modern aspects of science such as “nano”, “fractals”, “synergetics” and “hirality”. The problems which are open for further research are revealed and the particular importance of their development for the condensed matter science of living and nonliving matter is pointed out.
Removal Versus Ablation In Krf Dry Laser Cleaning Of Polystyrene Particles From Silicon, Sergey I. Kudryashov, Susan D. Allen
Removal Versus Ablation In Krf Dry Laser Cleaning Of Polystyrene Particles From Silicon, Sergey I. Kudryashov, Susan D. Allen
Susan D. Allen
Direct absorption and melting of 0.2, 0.5 and 1.1 μm polystyrene particles on a Si substrate irradiated by 248 nm excimer laser radiation was found to contribute to their dry laser removal via a "hopping" mechanism at cleaning thresholds of 0.05, 0.1, and 0.16 J/cm ^{2}, respectively. Ablation of these particles, which starts near the beginning of substrate deceleration at fluences above 0.40.5 J/cm ^{2}, suppresses particle removal due to ablative recoil momentum. At fluences above a second cleaning threshold of 0.7 J/cm ^{2} particles are completely evaporated ...
Photoacoustic Study Of Krf Laser Heating Of Si: Implications For Laser Particle Removal, Sergey I. Kudryashov, Susan D. Allen
Photoacoustic Study Of Krf Laser Heating Of Si: Implications For Laser Particle Removal, Sergey I. Kudryashov, Susan D. Allen
Susan D. Allen
A photoacoustic study of KrF laser heating of Si has revealed that the dominant mechanism of acoustic generation is thermoacoustic with a considerable contribution from the concentrationdeformation mechanism at laser fluences below the Si melting threshold of 0.5 J/cm ^{2}. Upon Si melting the contraction of the molten material contributes significantly to acoustic generation. At fluences above 1.4 J/cm ^{2} laser ablation of the molten layer enhances the amplitude of the compression pulse and diminishes that of the rarefaction pulse. The results of photoacoustic measurements allow optimization of experimental conditions for dry laser particle removal.
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