Geometry, Frustration, and Exotic Order in Magnetic Systems

... eﬀectively an ensemble average over all of these states. In spin ice, the bandwidth of these states is believed to be much smaller than experimentally relevant temperatures so that while the physical system probably has a true ground state, it is dynamically irrelevant. In the triangular antiferroma ...

... eﬀectively an ensemble average over all of these states. In spin ice, the bandwidth of these states is believed to be much smaller than experimentally relevant temperatures so that while the physical system probably has a true ground state, it is dynamically irrelevant. In the triangular antiferroma ...

Rare $ B $ Decays as Tests of the Standard Model

... almost flavour diagonal with off-diagonal elements suppressed by powers of λ ' 0.22. Flavour-changing-neutral-current (FCNC) processes that take a down (d, s, b) or up (u, c, t) type quark and transform it into another quark of the same type but of a different flavour are forbidden at tree level. Th ...

... almost flavour diagonal with off-diagonal elements suppressed by powers of λ ' 0.22. Flavour-changing-neutral-current (FCNC) processes that take a down (d, s, b) or up (u, c, t) type quark and transform it into another quark of the same type but of a different flavour are forbidden at tree level. Th ...

tgd as a generalized number theory

... 3.2 Infinite primes, integers, and rationals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171 3.2.1 The first level of hierarchy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 3.2.2 Infinite primes form a hierarchy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 3 ...

... 3.2 Infinite primes, integers, and rationals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171 3.2.1 The first level of hierarchy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 3.2.2 Infinite primes form a hierarchy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 3 ...

Indium Phosphide Quantum Dots in GaP and in

... to the nanometer scale directly through growth. The best-known and most widely applied example of epitaxially-controlled low-dimensional systems is the quasi-two-dimensional quantum well (QW) system, in which the spatial extent in one dimension is made so small that the physical properties of the ma ...

... to the nanometer scale directly through growth. The best-known and most widely applied example of epitaxially-controlled low-dimensional systems is the quasi-two-dimensional quantum well (QW) system, in which the spatial extent in one dimension is made so small that the physical properties of the ma ...

9. QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS 9. Quantum chromodynamics 1

... scheme involves an arbitrary choice of factorization scale, µF , whose meaning can be understood roughly as follows: emissions with transverse momenta above µF are included (n) in the C2,q (z, Q2 , µ2R , µ2F ); emissions with transverse momenta below µF are accounted for within the PDFs, fi/p (x, µ2 ...

... scheme involves an arbitrary choice of factorization scale, µF , whose meaning can be understood roughly as follows: emissions with transverse momenta above µF are included (n) in the C2,q (z, Q2 , µ2R , µ2F ); emissions with transverse momenta below µF are accounted for within the PDFs, fi/p (x, µ2 ...

`Nonclassical` states in quantum optics: a `squeezed` review of the

... σx = 21 P (α)[(α + α ∗ − â + â † )2 + 1] d Re α d Im α. If σx < 1/2, then function P (α) must assume negative values, thus it cannot be interpreted as a classical probability [32]. Another example of a ‘nonclassical’ state is a superposition of two different coherent states [33]. As a matter of ...

... σx = 21 P (α)[(α + α ∗ − â + â † )2 + 1] d Re α d Im α. If σx < 1/2, then function P (α) must assume negative values, thus it cannot be interpreted as a classical probability [32]. Another example of a ‘nonclassical’ state is a superposition of two different coherent states [33]. As a matter of ...

Novel Systems and Methods for Quantum

... Precise control over quantum systems can enable the realization of fascinating applications such as powerful computers, secure communication devices, and simulators that can elucidate the physics of complex condensed matter systems. However, the fragility of quantum eﬀects makes it very diﬃcult to h ...

... Precise control over quantum systems can enable the realization of fascinating applications such as powerful computers, secure communication devices, and simulators that can elucidate the physics of complex condensed matter systems. However, the fragility of quantum eﬀects makes it very diﬃcult to h ...

Paul Ehrenfest: The Genesis of the Adiabatic Hypothesis, 1911–1914

... This means that all of these elements – the point and every pair of segments – had to be treated for statistical purposes as “equally probable.”20 EHRENFEST attached footnotes to each of these two assumptions to clarify their meaning. Regarding assumption A, he stated that he followed LORENTZ’s appr ...

... This means that all of these elements – the point and every pair of segments – had to be treated for statistical purposes as “equally probable.”20 EHRENFEST attached footnotes to each of these two assumptions to clarify their meaning. Regarding assumption A, he stated that he followed LORENTZ’s appr ...

O A RIGINAL RTICLES

... and when the motion in all three dimensions is confined, and we talk about a quantum dot. In solid state engineering, these are commonly called low dimensional quantum structures. Carbon demonstrates unusually complicated behavior, forming a number of very different structures. However, only three-d ...

... and when the motion in all three dimensions is confined, and we talk about a quantum dot. In solid state engineering, these are commonly called low dimensional quantum structures. Carbon demonstrates unusually complicated behavior, forming a number of very different structures. However, only three-d ...

Quantum dots on bilayer graphene made on a substrate of boron

... A quantum dot is made out of roughly a million atoms with an equivalent number of electrons. Almost all electrons in the dot are tightly bound to the nuclei of the material, only a few (between one and a hundred) are free. The de Broglie-wavelength of these free electrons is comparable to the size o ...

... A quantum dot is made out of roughly a million atoms with an equivalent number of electrons. Almost all electrons in the dot are tightly bound to the nuclei of the material, only a few (between one and a hundred) are free. The de Broglie-wavelength of these free electrons is comparable to the size o ...

Spin-Injection into GaAs using ferromagnetic (Ga,Mn)As contacts

... can thereby be used to determine the spin orientation of the electrons when arriving at the spin detector. This magnetic field can be just applied externally, although from an application standpoint this is by far the worst realization. In a very sophisticated design this spin precession could be im ...

... can thereby be used to determine the spin orientation of the electrons when arriving at the spin detector. This magnetic field can be just applied externally, although from an application standpoint this is by far the worst realization. In a very sophisticated design this spin precession could be im ...

PDF of this page - Miami bulletin

... model physical systems and methods of solutions to the differential equations of physics. Prerequisite: PHY 281; MTH 222, MTH 252. PHY 486/PHY 586. Advanced Computational Physics. (3) Develops computational skills necessary to apply mathematics and physics to the investigation and solution of non-an ...

... model physical systems and methods of solutions to the differential equations of physics. Prerequisite: PHY 281; MTH 222, MTH 252. PHY 486/PHY 586. Advanced Computational Physics. (3) Develops computational skills necessary to apply mathematics and physics to the investigation and solution of non-an ...

Escape from a metastable state - Physik Uni

... phase-space description, it is reasonable to assume the validity of assumption (2) if the considered temperatures are not too high. A difficulty of more fundamental nature results from the assumption of thermodynamic equilibrium throughout the escape process. In particular, it should be noted that t ...

... phase-space description, it is reasonable to assume the validity of assumption (2) if the considered temperatures are not too high. A difficulty of more fundamental nature results from the assumption of thermodynamic equilibrium throughout the escape process. In particular, it should be noted that t ...

Physik-Department Technische Universität München

... this thesis. Finally, I thank Enrique for sharing with me his Machiavellian approach to life and physics. I could have not asked for a better master than you, Kike! I would also like to thank Dr. Henning Christ, a former graduate student of theoretical physics in the group of Prof. Igacio Cirac at t ...

... this thesis. Finally, I thank Enrique for sharing with me his Machiavellian approach to life and physics. I could have not asked for a better master than you, Kike! I would also like to thank Dr. Henning Christ, a former graduate student of theoretical physics in the group of Prof. Igacio Cirac at t ...

Bell's theorem is a ‘no-go theorem’ that draws an important distinction between quantum mechanics (QM) and the world as described by classical mechanics. This theorem is named after John Stewart Bell.In its simplest form, Bell's theorem states:Cornell solid-state physicist David Mermin has described the appraisals of the importance of Bell's theorem in the physics community as ranging from ""indifference"" to ""wild extravagance"". Lawrence Berkeley particle physicist Henry Stapp declared: ""Bell's theorem is the most profound discovery of science.""Bell's theorem rules out local hidden variables as a viable explanation of quantum mechanics (though it still leaves the door open for non-local hidden variables). Bell concluded:Bell summarized one of the least popular ways to address the theorem, superdeterminism, in a 1985 BBC Radio interview: