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  • Author(s): M. Noseda and P. J. Cobelli Experiments on gravity-capillary waves and analysis techniques drawn from stochastic partial differential equation theory establish a connection between zero-height isolines and the critical 2D Ising model’s domain walls, revealing a novel link between water-wave turbulence and critical systems. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 132, 094001] Published Wed Feb 28, 2024
  • Author(s): He Li, Zechen Tang, Jingheng Fu, Wen-Han Dong, Nianlong Zou, Xiaoxun Gong, Wenhui Duan, and Yong Xu A framework leveraging deep learning and automatic differentiation circumvents the computational bottleneck associated with density functional perturbation theory calculations. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 132, 096401] Published Wed Feb 28, 2024
  • Author(s): B. Monteagudo et al. Identification of both the ground and first excited states of 16Be allows for a precise determination of its mass. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 132, 082501] Published Fri Feb 23, 2024
  • Author(s): Caishan Yan, Dongshi Guan, Yin Wang, Pik-Yin Lai, Hsuan-Yi Chen, and Penger Tong The pinning-depinning dynamics of a circular moving contact line are studied at the single-slip resolution using a mesoscale experimental framework. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 132, 084003] Published Fri Feb 23, 2024
  • Author(s): Mingchen Zheng, Yi Qiao, Yupeng Wang, Junpeng Cao, and Shu Chen Using a quantum inverse scattering framework, it is shown that the non-Hermitian one-dimensional Bose-Hubbard model is integrable. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 132, 086502] Published Fri Feb 23, 2024
  • Author(s): Robert Großmann, Lara S. Bort, Ted Moldenhawer, Maike Stange, Setareh Sharifi Panah, Ralf Metzler, and Carsten Beta A carpet of active cells functions as an active bath for passive tracer particles, inducing non-Gaussian displacement and a crossover from superdiffusive to normal diffusive behavior. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 132, 088301] Published Fri Feb 23, 2024
  • Author(s): L. T. Glöggler et al. (AEḡIS Collaboration) Researchers have managed to cool an atom-like system made of an electron and a positron using a technique commonly used in cold-atom experiments. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 132, 083402] Published Thu Feb 22, 2024