Superheavy element 117 confirmed
(Phys.org) —The stage is set for a new, super-heavy element to be added to the periodic table following research published in the latest Physics Review Letters. Led by researchers at Germany's GSI labora ...
Manipulating Lorentz and Fano spectral line shapes
Researchers devise several ways to orient nonmagnetic objects in 3D space using magnetic levitation
Power grid upgrades may cause blackouts, warns Braess's paradox
High gas prices may be explained by self-organized cartel behavior
Of noise and neurons: Sensory coding, representation and short-term memory
Symmetry breaking during flapping generates lift
The shape of things, illuminated: Metamaterials, surface topology and light-matter interactions
Physicists discover 'magnetotoroidic effect'
Answer to energy transfer debate could impact areas from photovoltaics to quantum information
What do phasons look like?
Researchers engineer molecular magnets to act as long-lived qubits
When an exciton acts like a hole
(Phys.org) —When is an electron hole like a quasiparticle (QP)? More specifically, what happens when a single electron hole is doped into a two-dimensional quantum antiferromagnet? Quasiparticle phenomena ...