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  • Author(s): Sergey Trishin, Christian Lotze, Nils Bogdanoff, Felix von Oppen, and Katharina J. Franke The interactions of the spins of single atoms with a substrate can be controlled via the moiré lattice created by depositing a 2D material on top of the substrate. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 236801] Published Mon Nov 29, 2021
  • Author(s): Liam H. Scarlett, Igor Bray, and Dmitry V. Fursa Incorporation of resonant phenomena into a molecular close-coupling method allows calculation of electron-molecule scattering and interference effects in a single theoretical framework. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 223401] Published Wed Nov 24, 2021
  • Author(s): Wenwen Mei, August J. Rothenberger, Joshua E. Bostwick, Joshua M. Rinehart, Robert J. Hickey, and Ralph H. Colby The strong polar nature of bonded molecular pairs called zwitterions boosts the dielectric constants of polar fluids. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 228001] Published Wed Nov 24, 2021