• Author(s): Qiaoyi Li, Yuan Gao, Yuan-Yao He, Yang Qi, Bin-Bin Chen, and Wei Li A new tangent space tensor renormalization group method is well-controlled, highly efficient, and accurate for strongly correlated 2D lattice models at finite temperature. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 130, 226502] Published Thu Jun 01, 2023
  • Author(s): Ted Jacobson and Manus R. Visser A new calculation shows that any region of space with the topology of a ball has a standard Bekenstein-Hawking entropy. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 130, 221501] Published Wed May 31, 2023
  • Author(s): R. Acciarri, C. Adams, B. Baller, V. Basque, F. Cavanna, R. T. Co, R. S. Fitzpatrick, B. Fleming, P. Green, R. Harnik, K. J. Kelly, S. Kumar, K. Lang, I. Lepetic, Z. Liu, X. Luo, K. F. Lyu, O. Palamara, G. Scanavini, M. Soderberg, J. Spitz, A. M. Szelc, W. Wu, and T. Yang (The ArgoNeuT Collaboration) The first search for heavy QCD axions using a liquid argon detector bounds a previously unexplored region of axion parameter space between...
  • Author(s): Daniel K. Ruttley, Alexander Guttridge, Stefan Spence, Robert C. Bird, C. Ruth Le Sueur, Jeremy M. Hutson, and Simon L. Cornish By merging two optical tweezers containing a single atom each, an ultracold molecule is formed in the motional ground state. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 130, 223401] Published Wed May 31, 2023
  • Author(s): J. R. Rygg, P. M. Celliers, and G. W. Collins Discrepancies between shock compression models and experiments may be explained by accounting for the contribution of collective plasma oscillations in the heat model for warm dense hydrogen. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 130, 225101] Published Wed May 31, 2023
  • Author(s): Shifeng Nian, Shalin Patil, Siteng Zhang, Myoeum Kim, Quan Chen, Mikhail Zhernenkov, Ting Ge, Shiwang Cheng, and Li-Heng Cai (蔡历恒) Experiments show that the sticky behavior of so-called associative polymers is controlled by the density of bonding structures, contradicting theoretical predictions. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 130, 228101] Published Wed May 31, 2023
  • Author(s): Martin Speight, Thomas Winyard, and Egor Babaev An unusual kind of superconductor harbors magnetic vortices that researchers predict should be readily observable thanks to the striped configurations they adopt. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 130, 226002] Published Tue May 30, 2023