D - Javier García de Abajo

... LSPs in individual graphene nanoribbons subject to a uniform external electric field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 ...

... LSPs in individual graphene nanoribbons subject to a uniform external electric field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 ...

Wave_particle_duality\key Wave particle duality

... {A dead "fly" of mass $m$ is placed in a dark gravity-free vacuum, somewhere not too far from the origin. The speed of the fly is known to be zero with virtually zero uncertainty. To ascertain the fly's position you construct "flyswatter" that can detect any collision between the flyswatt ...

... {A dead "fly" of mass $m$ is placed in a dark gravity-free vacuum, somewhere not too far from the origin. The speed of the fly is known to be zero with virtually zero uncertainty. To ascertain the fly's position you construct "flyswatter" that can detect any collision between the flyswatt ...

ZnO Quantum Dots: Physical Properties and Optoelectronic

... of the wurtzite ZnO material system, such as degeneracy and anisotropy of the valence band as well as small dielectric constant and correspondingly strong electron-hole Coulomb interaction, simple one-band effective-mass models fail to give correct results. Recently, the tightbinding method has been ...

... of the wurtzite ZnO material system, such as degeneracy and anisotropy of the valence band as well as small dielectric constant and correspondingly strong electron-hole Coulomb interaction, simple one-band effective-mass models fail to give correct results. Recently, the tightbinding method has been ...

The electronic properties of graphene

... graphene—a two-dimensional 共2D兲 allotrope of carbon—plays an important role since it is the basis for the understanding of the electronic properties in other allotropes. Graphene is made out of carbon atoms arranged on a honeycomb structure made out of hexagons 共see Fig. 1兲, and can be thought of as ...

... graphene—a two-dimensional 共2D兲 allotrope of carbon—plays an important role since it is the basis for the understanding of the electronic properties in other allotropes. Graphene is made out of carbon atoms arranged on a honeycomb structure made out of hexagons 共see Fig. 1兲, and can be thought of as ...

Methodological Advances in Theoretical - ETH E

... to deduce the desired information solely from spectroscopic measurements. Theoretical methods are a valuable complement to experiment since spectroscopic spectra can be calculated and predicted. In this way, not only the interpretation of the experimental results is facilitated but also additional i ...

... to deduce the desired information solely from spectroscopic measurements. Theoretical methods are a valuable complement to experiment since spectroscopic spectra can be calculated and predicted. In this way, not only the interpretation of the experimental results is facilitated but also additional i ...

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 ...

Novel Systems and Methods for Quantum

... storage of photons in atomic ensembles. We describe experiments demonstrating the potential of our optimization algorithms for quantum communication and computation applications. Next, we combine the technique of photon storage with strong atom-atom interactions to propose a robust protocol for impl ...

... storage of photons in atomic ensembles. We describe experiments demonstrating the potential of our optimization algorithms for quantum communication and computation applications. Next, we combine the technique of photon storage with strong atom-atom interactions to propose a robust protocol for impl ...

How to detect fluctuating stripes in the high-temperature superconductors E. Fradkin

... et al., 2002) and Howald et al. (2003a, 2003b) reveals the existence of a nearby stripe-ordered phase in optimally doped BSCCO.7 Section V.C contains a discussion of experiments to detect local nematic order, and a discussion of recent STM evidence of such order on the same BSCCO surfaces. In Sec. V ...

... et al., 2002) and Howald et al. (2003a, 2003b) reveals the existence of a nearby stripe-ordered phase in optimally doped BSCCO.7 Section V.C contains a discussion of experiments to detect local nematic order, and a discussion of recent STM evidence of such order on the same BSCCO surfaces. In Sec. V ...

Quantum field theory correlators at very short and very long distances

... At least in Euclidean 4-dimensional space, the OPE is not only asymptotic at short distances, but even converges at finite (!) distances. This was shown for L = (∂φ)2 + m2 φ2 + λφ4 to all loop orders. The convergence follows from bound (at l loops), where fpi are test-functions (“wave packets”) that ...

... At least in Euclidean 4-dimensional space, the OPE is not only asymptotic at short distances, but even converges at finite (!) distances. This was shown for L = (∂φ)2 + m2 φ2 + λφ4 to all loop orders. The convergence follows from bound (at l loops), where fpi are test-functions (“wave packets”) that ...

Can Renormalization Change the Observable Predictions of Inflation? Gonzalo J. Olmo

... ● Time Dependence ● Testable Effects ● Conclusions The End ...

... ● Time Dependence ● Testable Effects ● Conclusions The End ...

Quantum Computation and Natural Language Processing

... p is partially asserted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133 6.15 The probability of proposition s being asserted based on counterfactual situations where q is partially asserted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 6.16 The detailed relation between ρ and proposi ...

... p is partially asserted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133 6.15 The probability of proposition s being asserted based on counterfactual situations where q is partially asserted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 6.16 The detailed relation between ρ and proposi ...

The Concept of Collision Strength and Its Applications

... as incomplete gamma functions with different orders Γ(α, ymin ) as the factor that appeared in the Arrhenius-like formula. A special function Υj (α, x), which can be used to express all of the averages of physical terms for a test particle in Maxwellian field particles, is obtained. All of the physi ...

... as incomplete gamma functions with different orders Γ(α, ymin ) as the factor that appeared in the Arrhenius-like formula. A special function Υj (α, x), which can be used to express all of the averages of physical terms for a test particle in Maxwellian field particles, is obtained. All of the physi ...

Neutrosophic Diagram and Classes of

... Let be an idea, or proposition, statement, attribute, theory, event, concept, entity, and what is not .
Let be the opposite of . We have introduced
a new notation [1998], , which is neither nor
but in between. is related with and
. ...

... Let be an idea, or proposition, statement, attribute, theory, event, concept, entity, and

Factorization Algebras in Quantum Field Theory Volume 1 (8 May

... as a subspace of Rn , and f¨ to denote the second derivative of f in the time variable t. The aim of this section is to outline the structure one would expect the observables — that is, the possible measurements one can make of this system — should satisfy. 1.2. Classical mechanics. Let us start by ...

... as a subspace of Rn , and f¨ to denote the second derivative of f in the time variable t. The aim of this section is to outline the structure one would expect the observables — that is, the possible measurements one can make of this system — should satisfy. 1.2. Classical mechanics. Let us start by ...

The Rare Two-Dimensional Materials with Dirac Cones

... physical picture has been verified by the observation of fractal QHE in monolayer[9-10] and bilayer[8] graphene on h-BN when the magnetic length is comparable to the size of the superlattice. Besides for the various QHEs, ultrahigh carrier mobility has also been found in graphene due to the massles ...

... physical picture has been verified by the observation of fractal QHE in monolayer[9-10] and bilayer[8] graphene on h-BN when the magnetic length is comparable to the size of the superlattice. Besides for the various QHEs, ultrahigh carrier mobility has also been found in graphene due to the massles ...