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Thermoelectric Response in Strongly Disordered Systems
2022117
Based on the Kubo–Luttinger linear response theory, we discovered that the lowT Seebeck coefficient for Mott variablerange hopping in a ddimensional system varies as S ∝ T^{d}^{/(d+1)}, which is different from the conventional S ∝ T^{(}^{d}^{−1)/(}^{d}^{+1)}. In addition, the experimental data for S of CuCrTiS_{4} at low T are in excellent agreement with our prediction S ∝ T^{3/4} (d = 3).
Electronic transport in condensed matter

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Representations of KBc Algebra for Generating String Field Theory Solutions
20221031
We propose a general method for generating solutions in string field theory from a solution constructed using KBc algebra, and reproduce known solutions constructed earlier using different methods.
Theoretical Particle Physics

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Birefringence ImagingBased Investigation of StressInduced Phase Transitions in SrTiO_{3}
20221027
The spatial distributions of ferroelectric and structural phase transitions in quantum paraelectric SrTiO_{3} under uniaxial stress were microscopically observed using birefringence imaging techniques.
Dielectric, optical, and other properties in condensed matter

TopologyBased Method for Determining the Order Parameter of the Putative SpinTriplet Superconductor UTe_{2}
2022929
The intrinsic anomalous thermal Hall effect can be an effective probe for the order parameters of nonunitary pairing states of the putative spintriplet superconductor UTe_{2}
Superconductivity

Inertial Focusing of Red Blood Cells in Square Tube Flows
202298
Red blood cells flowing through square capillary tubes were observed to migrate towards four points located on the diagonal in the tube crosssection, owing to their deformability and inertia.
Electromagnetism, optics, acoustics, heat transfer, and classical and fluid mechanics

Can a NodeLess Wave Function Have Higher Energy than NodeFull Ones?
202296
“The energy level of an electron state increases as the number of nodes in its wave function increases.” The preceding statement, often found in textbooks, was challenged by our largescale DFT (densityfunctional theory) calculations performed for the decavacancy in Si crystal.
Electron states in condensed matter
Structure and mechanical and thermal properties in condensed matter

Optical Tweezer Arrays with Ytterbium Atoms for Studying Quantum Phenomena
2022824
A neutral Rydberg atom tweezer array is a promising platform for quantum computation. In this study, featuring its metastable excited state, an array of single ytterbium atoms trapped in microoptical tweezers was constructed. This overcomes many problems in conventional systems using alkali atoms.
Atomic and molecular physics

SpinOrbit Coupled Electrons on Kagome Lattice Give Rise to Various Magnetic Orderings
2022810
Diverse magnetic orderings are found to be produced by spinorbit coupled electrons on the kagome lattice. This finding provides a unified guiding principle for the design of magnetic topological materials.
Electronic structure and electrical properties of surfaces and nanostructures

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Open String Field Theory Beyond Feynman Diagrams
202289
Theoretical physicists propose an alternative way of performing perturbative calculations in an open string field theory that has no analogy in the standard quantum field theory formalism.
Elementary particles, fields, and strings
Theoretical Particle Physics

A New Route to the Realization of Topological Superconductivity
202281
We theoretically suggest that topological Weyl superconductivity can be realized by applying a supercurrent to noncentrosymmetric linenodal superconductors with spin–orbit coupling.
Superconductivity
Electronic structure and electrical properties of surfaces and nanostructures