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  • Author(s): Yohei Ema, Ting Gao, and Maxim Pospelov CP-violating contributions from the standard-model quark-mixing phase to electric dipole moments are shown to be three orders of magnitude larger than previously thought, possibly putting them in reach of future experiments. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 129, 231801] Published Mon Nov 28, 2022
  • Author(s): James P. Roney and Sergey Ovchinnikov An algorithm that already predicts how proteins fold might also shed light on the physical principles that dictate this folding. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 129, 238101] Published Mon Nov 28, 2022
  • Author(s): János Daru, Harald Forbert, Jörg Behler, and Dominik Marx A novel method offers a general and systematic approach to transfer the accuracy and versatility of coupled cluster theory from finite gas phase systems to the condensed phase. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 129, 226001] Published Wed Nov 23, 2022
  • Author(s): Matan Lotem, Eran Sela, and Moshe Goldstein Numerical evidence shows that non-Abelian anyons, fractional excitations that describe topological superconductors and quantum Hall states, appear in gapless electronic models in addition to gapped ones. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 129, 227703] Published Wed Nov 23, 2022
  • Author(s): Yuki Miyazawa, Ryotaro Inoue, Hiroki Matsui, Gyohei Nomura, and Mikio Kozuma A Bose-Einstein condensate of europium atoms provides a new experimental platform for studying quantum spin interactions. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 129, 223401] Published Tue Nov 22, 2022
  • Author(s): Artem G. Rybkin, Artem V. Tarasov, Anna A. Rybkina, Dmitry Yu. Usachov, Anatoly E. Petukhov, Alexander V. Eryzhenkov, Dmitrii A. Pudikov, Alevtina A. Gogina, Ilya I. Klimovskikh, Giovanni Di Santo, Luca Petaccia, Andrei Varykhalov, and Alexander M. Shikin Ferrimagnetic ordering is demonstrated in graphene at a Au/Co interface with dislocation loops that are responsible for the uniform magnetizations on the graphene sublattices. ...
  • Author(s): S. Maegochi, K. Ienaga, and S. Okuma First experimental evidence for the applicability of the well known Kibble-Zurek mechanism to the nonequilibrium regime of electrically driven magnetic vortices in a superconducting Mo-Ge thin film. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 129, 227001] Published Tue Nov 22, 2022