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Effects of violating detailed balance on critical dynamics
(American Physical Soc, 20020128) 
Effects of violating detailed balance on critical dynamics
(American Physical Society, 20020128)We present an overview of the effects of detailedbalance violating perturbations on the universal static and dynamic scaling behavior near a critical point. It is demonstrated that the standard critical dynamics universality ... 
Efficient symmetrypreserving state preparation circuits for the variational quantum eigensolver algorithm
(20200128)The variational quantum eigensolver is one of the most promising approaches for performing chemistry simulations using noisy intermediatescale quantum (NISQ) processors. The efficiency of this algorithm depends crucially ... 
Electronenergyloss and opticaltransmittance investigation of Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8
(American Physical Society, 199007)The energyloss function Im(1/ε) of Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8 has been measured over the range Eloss=0.8 to 80 eV by transmission electronenergyloss spectroscopy (EELS) (nonimaging). The energy and momentum resolution were 0.1 eV ... 
Electronic and quantum phase coherence properties of bismuth thin films
(AIP Publishing, 201206)We present a method to deposit bulklike Bi films by thermal evaporation and study the electrical, quantum coherence, and physical properties. A two stage growth procedure was found to optimize the film properties, with ... 
Emergent Kinetics and Fractionalized Charge in 1D SpinOrbit Coupled Flatband Optical Lattices
(Amer Physical Soc, 20140318) 
Energies and residues of the nucleon resonances N(1535) and N(1650)
(American Physical Society, 199812)We extract pole positions for the N(1535) and N(1650) resonances using two different models. The positions are determined from fits to different subsets of the existing pi N > pi N, pi N > eta N, and gamma p > eta p ... 
Energies of the staggered flux phase: A numerical study
(American Physical Society, 199011)Kinetic and magnetic energies of the staggered flux phase, with a fictitious flux of equal magnitude but opposite direction in adjacent square plaquettes, are calculated for the twodimensional tJ model using the variational ... 
Enhanced nonlinear optical response of an endohedral metallofullerene through metaltocage charge transfer
(AIP Publishing, 199806)A new mechanism for increasing the thirdorder nonlinear optical susceptibility, X(3), is described for endohedral metallofullerenes. A two to three orders of magnitude increase in the nonlinear response is reported for ... 
Enhancing the Thermal Stability of Majorana Fermions with Redundancy Using Dipoles in Optical Lattices
(Amer Physical Soc, 20131125) 
Entrainment and Unit Velocity: Surprises in an Accelerated Exclusion Process
(American Physical Society, 20120927)We introduce a class of distancedependent interactions in an accelerated exclusion process inspired by the observation of transcribing RNA polymerase speeding up when "pushed" by a trailing one. On a ring, the accelerated ... 
Entropy production in nonequilibrium steady states: A different approach and an exactly solvable canonical model
(American Physical Society, 20110712)We discuss entropy production in nonequilibrium steady states by focusing on paths obtained by sampling at regular (small) intervals, instead of sampling on each change of the system's state. This allows us to directly ... 
Environmental versus demographic variability in stochastic predator prey models
(Iop Publishing Ltd, 20131001) 
Environmental Versus Demographic Variability in TwoSpecies PredatorPrey Models
(Amer Physical Soc, 20130124) 
Epidemic Spreading on Preferred Degree Adaptive Networks
(PLOS, 20121126)We study the standard SIS model of epidemic spreading on networks where individuals have a fluctuating number of connections around a preferred degree. Using very simple rules for forming such preferred degree networks, ... 
Epitaxial thin films of pyrochlore iridate Bi₂₊ₓIr₂₋ᵧO₇₋δ: structure, defects and transport properties
(Nature, 20170810)While pyrochlore iridate thin films are theoretically predicted to possess a variety of emergent topological properties, experimental verification of these predictions can be obstructed by the challenge in thin film growth. ... 
Equilibrium budding and vesiculation in the curvature model of fluid lipid vesicles
(American Physical Society, 199106)According to a model introduced by Helfrich [Z. Naturforsch. 28c, 693 (1973)], the shape of a closed lipid vesicle is determined by minimization of the total bending energy at fixed surface area and enclosed volume. We ... 
Erratum: the halfHartley and halfHilbert transforms (vol 35, pg 2648, 1994)
(AIP Publishing, 199411)Inversion formulas are obtained for the restrictions of the Hartley and Hilbert transforms to R+. Regularity results are derived, and an illustrative example presented.