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2D Maps of Solar Wind

2018-08-14 18:00:00.0

Maps of solar wind velocities derived from satellite images of the Sun’s corona could help researchers improve solar wind models.


[Physics] Published Tue Aug 14, 2018

 
 
A Sextet of Entangled Laser Modes

2018-08-13 18:00:00.0

Researchers have entangled six modes of a laser cavity—a record number for such a device.


[Physics] Published Mon Aug 13, 2018

 
 
Comprehensive Measurement of an Ion Beam

2018-08-10 18:00:00.0

Author(s): Philip Ball

A new technique provides the first measurement of all six characteristics of a particle beam, which will help researchers improve beam quality.


[Physics 11, 80] Published Fri Aug 10, 2018

doi:10.1103/Physics.11.80
 
 
Social Determinants of Epidemic Growth

2018-08-09 18:00:00.0

A new network model reveals that social mixing and mobility can determine the areas of a city that are critical in provoking an epidemic outbreak.


[Physics] Published Thu Aug 09, 2018

 
 
Levitating in a Fluid

2018-08-08 18:00:00.0

Researchers have identified a regime in which a magnetic stir bar can be made to levitate while it spins in a fluid. --


[Physics] Published Wed Aug 08, 2018

 
 
Unusual Properties of a Ruthenium-Based Crystal ?

2018-08-07 18:00:00.0

Experiments on a ruthenium-based material uncover an electron-ordering pattern that leads to surprising macroscopic behavior. ?


[Physics] Published Tue Aug 07, 2018

 
 
Crystals with Defects May Be Good for Spintronics

2018-08-06 18:00:00.0

Author(s): Olena Gomonay

Dislocation defects are often a nuisance in semiconductors, but theoretical work shows they might offer an improved route to producing spin currents.


[Physics 11, 78] Published Mon Aug 06, 2018

doi:10.1103/Physics.11.78
 
 
Fluid Flow through T-Junction Traps More Particles than Expected

2018-08-03 18:00:00.0

Author(s): Phil Dooley

Computer modeling shows that surprisingly large regions can trap particles carried by a fluid that is moving steadily through a pipe junction.


[Physics 11, 79] Published Fri Aug 03, 2018

doi:10.1103/Physics.11.79
 
 
Observing the Birth of a Nanoplasma

2018-08-02 18:00:00.0

A femtosecond-sensitive technique reveals the first steps in the creation of the nanoplasma that forms when a powerful x-ray pulse hits a nanoparticle.


[Physics] Published Thu Aug 02, 2018

 
 
Universal Scaling Laws for 2D Schottky Diodes

2018-08-01 18:00:00.0

Long-sought simple scaling laws could pave the way for optimization of a vast array of 2D electronics.


[Physics] Published Wed Aug 01, 2018

 
 
Grain Properties in a Single Shot

2018-07-31 18:00:00.0

The size and shape distributions of a material’s grains can be obtained from a 2D image and electron diffraction data. ?


[Physics] Published Tue Jul 31, 2018

 
 
No Synchronization for Qubits

2018-07-30 18:00:00.0

Author(s): Leong-Chuan Kwek

Theorists have determined that a quantum oscillator needs at least three energy levels in order to sync up with another oscillator.


[Physics 11, 75] Published Mon Jul 30, 2018

doi:10.1103/Physics.11.75
 
 
Identifying Early Signs of Online Extremist Groups

2018-07-27 18:00:00.0

Author(s): David Lindley

An analogy between the growth of online networks and the formation of gels suggests ways to detect extremist groups before they become influential.


[Physics 11, 76] Published Fri Jul 27, 2018

doi:10.1103/Physics.11.76
 
 
Q&A: Expecting the Unexpected

2018-07-27 18:00:00.0

Particle physicist Matthew McCullough is hopeful about finding physics beyond the standard model in data from the Large Hadron Collider.


[Physics 11, 77] Published Fri Jul 27, 2018

doi:10.1103/Physics.11.77
 
 
A Classical Machine Learning Algorithm Goes Quantum

2018-07-26 18:00:00.0

Researchers have mathematically proven that a powerful classical machine learning algorithm should work on quantum computers.


[Physics] Published Thu Jul 26, 2018

 
 
Counting Photons from a Polariton Condensate

2018-07-25 18:00:00.0

By counting the photons emitted from a microcavity, researchers shed light on the nature of an exotic condensate of quasiparticles contained in the cavity. ? ?


[Physics] Published Wed Jul 25, 2018

 
 
How Defects Alter Graphene Nanoribbons

2018-07-24 18:00:00.0

Molecular defects can improve the mechanical flexibility of graphene nanoribbons without affecting their electrical properties, new experiments show.


[Physics] Published Tue Jul 24, 2018

 
 
A Double Take on Unconventional Photon Blockade

2018-07-23 18:00:00.0

Author(s): Marina Radulaski

Two separate groups have demonstrated a photon blockade effect that could be used to make practical single-photon emitters.


[Physics 11, 74] Published Mon Jul 23, 2018

doi:10.1103/Physics.11.74
 
 
The Fastest Spinners

2018-07-20 18:00:00.0

Author(s): Mark Buchanan

Two teams report spinning nanoscale particles at more than 60 billion rpm, the fastest rotation of any object, with the potential to probe the quantum vacuum.


[Physics 11, 73] Published Fri Jul 20, 2018

doi:10.1103/Physics.11.73
 
 
Recycling Light from Atom Cooling

2018-07-19 18:00:00.0

A new theoretical analysis shows that laser photons used for cooling atoms have a unique thermal distribution that could be used to study many-body physics. ? ?


[Physics] Published Thu Jul 19, 2018

 
 
Quantum Dots Serve Entangled Photons on Demand

2018-07-18 18:00:00.0

Quantum dots that emit entangled photon pairs on demand could be used in quantum communication networks.


[Physics] Published Wed Jul 18, 2018

 
 
Making Quantum Computations Behave

2018-07-17 18:00:00.0

A new computational method tackles many-body quantum calculations that have defied a suite of existing approaches.


[Physics] Published Tue Jul 17, 2018

 
 
Acoustic Experiments without Borders

2018-07-16 18:00:00.0

Author(s): Martin Landr? and Nathalie Favretto-Cristini

A new approach to laboratory acoustic experiments could remove unwanted effects caused by the reflections of acoustic waves from the boundaries of the experimental setup.


[Physics 11, 71] Published Mon Jul 16, 2018

doi:10.1103/Physics.11.71
 
 
Glue or Ink Improves Soft Metal Cuts

2018-07-13 18:00:00.0

Author(s): Philip Ball

Coating a soft metal with any compound that adheres leads to smoother cuts because the coating makes the surface more brittle.


[Physics 11, 72] Published Fri Jul 13, 2018

doi:10.1103/Physics.11.72
 
 
Ideal Mergers for Measuring Cosmic Expansion

2018-07-12 18:00:00.0

Among gravitational-wave sources, the merger of a neutron star and a black hole may provide the most precise way to measure how fast the Universe is expanding.


[Physics] Published Thu Jul 12, 2018

 
 
Beat Strong, My Liquid Gallium Heart

2018-07-11 18:00:00.0

Applying a current across a drop of liquid gallium induces an oscillatory motion reminiscent of that of a beating heart.


[Physics] Published Wed Jul 11, 2018

 
 
A Closer Look at Cosmic Dust

2018-07-10 18:00:00.0

Simulations provide a detailed picture of the emission of dust grains in our Galaxy, which is known to interfere with measurements of the cosmic microwave background.


[Physics] Published Tue Jul 10, 2018

 
 
A Hot Topic in the Quantum Hall Effect

2018-07-09 18:00:00.0

Author(s): Jason Alicea

Heat transport studies of fractional quantum Hall systems provide evidence for a new phase of matter with potential applications in fault-tolerant quantum computation.


[Physics 11, 70] Published Mon Jul 09, 2018

doi:10.1103/Physics.11.70
 
 
Collective Spin Behavior in an Ultracold Quantum Gas

2018-07-05 18:00:00.0

Researchers have spotted a never-before-seen collective spin oscillation in a Bose-Einstein condensate of chromium atoms.


[Physics] Published Thu Jul 05, 2018

 
 
Measured Dissociation Energy Doesn’t Match Theory

2018-07-03 18:00:00.0

A precision measurement of the energy needed to break molecular hydrogen apart disagrees with recent calculations.


[Physics] Published Tue Jul 03, 2018

 
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