• Author(s): Rahul Goyal, Athanasios G. Athanassiadis, Zhichao Ma, and Peer Fischer Centimeter-scale objects in liquid can be manipulated using the mutual attraction of two arrays of air bubbles in the presence of sound waves. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 254502] Published Fri Jun 24, 2022
  • Author(s): Andrei M. Beloborodov Predictions indicate that when a neutron star radiates a burst of radio waves, interactions of the burst with the star’s magnetic field should produce observable x rays. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 255003] Published Fri Jun 24, 2022
  • Author(s): Daniel Abutbul and Daniel Podolsky Melting an antiferromagnetic lattice with strong spin interactions leads to a tetratic phase with topological order, between the solid and liquid phases. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 255501] Published Thu Jun 23, 2022
  • Author(s): Francesco Boccardo and Olivier Pierre-Louis Simulations suggest that thermal fluctuations combined with macroscopic forces could be used to quickly generate specific configurations of few-atom nanoclusters. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 256102] Published Wed Jun 22, 2022
  • Author(s): Pai Zhao, Chithra H. Sharma, Renrong Liang, Christian Glasenapp, Lev Mourokh, Vadim M. Kovalev, Patrick Huber, Marta Prada, Lars Tiemann, and Robert H. Blick A surface acoustic wave in a piezoelectric substrate induces synthetic Hall potentials that can be tuned by carrier characteristics in a graphene layer. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 256601] Published Tue Jun 21, 2022
  • Author(s): Aina Ramamonjy, Julien Dervaux, and Philippe Brunet A population of photosynthetic algae has been shown to exhibit a highly nonlinear response to light, forming dynamic structures in light-intensity gradients. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 258101] Published Tue Jun 21, 2022
  • Author(s): Junjie Qiang, Lianrong Zhou, Peifen Lu, Kang Lin, Yongzhe Ma, Shengzhe Pan, Chenxu Lu, Wenyu Jiang, Fenghao Sun, Wenbin Zhang, Hui Li, Xiaochun Gong, Ilya Sh. Averbukh, Yehiam Prior, Constant A. Schouder, Henrik Stapelfeldt, Igor N. Cherepanov, Mikhail Lemeshko, Wolfgang Jäger, and Jian Wu A laser nudges deuterium molecules into friction-free motion within a superfluid. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 243201] Published Thu Jun 16, 2022