Influence of plasma species on the early-stage growth kinetics of epitaxial InN grown by plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition: Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A: Vol 40, No 6

D. Island distance and areal density While calculations of mean island center-to-center distance L using the correlation peak position led to erroneous results, L is easily and accurately determined using the Hankel transform method described in . Figure 8 shows the evolution of L as determined from the secondary peak position in IHT(r) starting from… Continue reading Influence of plasma species on the early-stage growth kinetics of epitaxial InN grown by plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition: Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A: Vol 40, No 6

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Interpenetrating gels in binary suspensions of DNA nanostars: The Journal of Chemical Physics: Vol 157, No 13

A. Single-component suspensions We start by discussing, in Figs. 2 and 3, the experimental results obtained for the samples containing only A or only B-type NSs. For both systems, on cooling, g1(t) develops a two-step relaxation with a slow process that progressively reaches, at low T, the longest experimentally accessible time (100 s). At high T… Continue reading Interpenetrating gels in binary suspensions of DNA nanostars: The Journal of Chemical Physics: Vol 157, No 13

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Microhydration of the metastable N-protomer of 4-aminobenzoic acid by condensation at 80 K: H/D exchange without conversion to the more stable O-protomer: The Journal of Chemical Physics: Vol 157, No 13

I. INTRODUCTION Section: ChooseTop of pageABSTRACTI. INTRODUCTION <<II. EXPERIMENTAL AND COMP…III. RESULTS AND DISCUSSI…IV. SUMMARYSUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALREFERENCES 4-Aminobenzoic acid (para-aminobenzoic acid, 4ABA) is commonly used as a model system for the exploration of solvent-mediated proton transfer at the molecular level1–31. T. M. Chang et al., J. Am. Chem. Soc. 134, 15805 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1021/ja304929h2. M. J. Hebert… Continue reading Microhydration of the metastable N-protomer of 4-aminobenzoic acid by condensation at 80 K: H/D exchange without conversion to the more stable O-protomer: The Journal of Chemical Physics: Vol 157, No 13

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Microsolvation of electrons by a handful of ammonia molecules: The Journal of Chemical Physics: Vol 157, No 13

INTRODUCTION Section: ChooseTop of pageABSTRACTINTRODUCTION <<COMPUTATIONAL DETAILSRESULTSDISCUSSIONSUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONSSUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALSREFERENCES Polar solvents release radiation-induced quasi-free electrons. These electrons undergo complex and fast relaxation dynamical processes on their way to becoming solvated (esolv) electrons, severely modifying the environment by reacting with molecules in close proximity and by inducing cascades of other ionization events.1–101. T. Clark and… Continue reading Microsolvation of electrons by a handful of ammonia molecules: The Journal of Chemical Physics: Vol 157, No 13

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Sum-of-products form of the molecular electronic Hamiltonian and application within the MCTDH method: The Journal of Chemical Physics: Vol 157, No 13

A. Electronic eigenenergies of LiH We have calculated the adiabatic electronic energies of LiH by applying the MCTDH-SQR method to the electronic SQR Hamiltonian at fixed nuclear geometries. The 6-31G atomic basis is used for both Li and H. In first quantization, the potential energy curves (PECs) of the lowest four electronic states are obtained… Continue reading Sum-of-products form of the molecular electronic Hamiltonian and application within the MCTDH method: The Journal of Chemical Physics: Vol 157, No 13

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Symmetry-based singlet–triplet excitation in solution nuclear magnetic resonance: The Journal of Chemical Physics: Vol 157, No 13

1. Excitation of Singlet–Triplet Coherence. If the interval τ is chosen such that ωnutSTτ is approximately an odd multiple of π/2, the resulting density operator contains terms proportional to the transverse operators IxST(+) and IyST(+) , indicating the excitation of singlet–triplet coherence.2121. K. F. Sheberstov, A. S. Kiryutin, C. Bengs, J. T. Hill-Cousins, L. J.… Continue reading Symmetry-based singlet–triplet excitation in solution nuclear magnetic resonance: The Journal of Chemical Physics: Vol 157, No 13

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16 key skills and attributes for a successful career in physics – Physics World

16 key skills and attributes for a successful career in physics – Physics World Skip to main content Close search menu Discover more from Physics World Copyright © 2022 by IOP Publishing Ltd and individual contributors bright-rec iop pub iop-science physcis connect Continue Reading News Source: https://physicsworld.com/a/16-key-skills-and-attributes-for-a-successful-career-in-physics/

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Three scientists share Nobel Prize in Physics for work in quantum mechanics

Credit: Nobel Committee This year’s Nobel Prize in physics has been awarded to Alain Aspect, John F. Clauser and Anton Zeilinger for their work on quantum information science. Hans Ellegren, Secretary General, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, announced the winner Tuesday at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. A week of Nobel Prize announcements kicked off… Continue reading Three scientists share Nobel Prize in Physics for work in quantum mechanics

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Alain Aspect, John Clauser and Anton Zeilinger win the 2022 Nobel Prize for Physics – Physics World

Alain Aspect, John Clauser and Anton Zeilinger win the 2022 Nobel Prize for Physics – Physics World Skip to main content Close search menu Discover more from Physics World Copyright © 2022 by IOP Publishing Ltd and individual contributors bright-rec iop pub iop-science physcis connect Continue Reading News Source: https://physicsworld.com/a/alain-aspect-john-clauser-and-anton-zeilinger-win-the-2022-nobel-prize-for-physics/

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Mechanically tunable metasurface with large gamut of color: Lateral hybrid system: Journal of Applied Physics: Vol 132, No 13

I. INTRODUCTION Section: ChooseTop of pageABSTRACTI. INTRODUCTION <<II. MATERIALS AND METHODSIII. RESULTSIV. CONCLUSIONSREFERENCES Optical metasurfaces are subwavelength 2D structures with patterns that interact strongly with light, thus altering the light–matter interaction over subwavelength thickness. Artificially designed structures can fill in the gaps in the electromagnetic spectrum where materials are unable to respond, enabling the construction… Continue reading Mechanically tunable metasurface with large gamut of color: Lateral hybrid system: Journal of Applied Physics: Vol 132, No 13

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