PTEP SPECIAL SECTION
A Quantum Description of Physical Systems with Non-real Energies
While quantum systems are traditionally described by Hermitian Hamiltonians, the formalism is extendable to a non-Hermitian description for systems that are dissipative or obey parity-time symmetry.
Mathematical methods, classical and quantum physics, relativity, gravitation, numerical simulation, computational modeling
Electron states in condensed matter
Gases, plasmas, electric discharges, and beams
New Findings Hint Towards Existence of Kaonic Nuclei and Hyper-nuclei
Scientists reveal a new feature in nuclear physics: the existence of kaonic nuclei and hyper-nuclei. These findings can enhance our understanding of nature and contribute to technological progress.