Recently Published Papers in Physics

Symmetry protected topological Luttinger liquids and the phase transition between them
Authors: Hong-Chen Jiang; Zi-Xiang Li; Seidel, A.; Dung-Hai Lee
Science Bulletin Volume: 63 Issue: 12 Pages: 753-8 Published: 30 June 2018

Off-Plane Dielectric Screening of Few-Layer Graphdiyne and Its Family
Authors: Koo, J; Yang, L; Lee, H
ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES Volume: 11 Issue: 3 Pages: 2571-2578 Published: JAN 23 2019

Difficulties of quantitative tests of the Kerr-hypothesis with X-ray observations of mass accreting black holes
Authors: Krawczynski, H.
General Relativity and Gravitation Volume: 50 Issue: 8 Pages: 100 (35 pp.) Published: Aug. 2018

The Effect of Microlensing on the Observed X-Ray Energy Spectra of Gravitationally Lensed Quasars
Authors: Krawczynski, H.; Chartas, G.; Kislat, F.
Astrophysical Journal Volume: 870 Issue: 2 Pages: 125 (14 pp.) Published: 10 Jan. 2019

Perturbativity constraints on U(1)B-L and left-right models and implications for heavy gauge boson searches
Authors: Chauhan, G.; Bhupal Dev, P.S.; Mohapatra, R.N.; Yongchao Zhang
Journal of High Energy Physics Volume: 2019 Issue: 1 Pages: 208 (32 pp.) Published: Jan. 2019

Lattice computation of the electromagnetic contributions to kaon and pion masses
Authors: Basak, S; Bazavov, A; Bernard, C; DeTar, C; Levkova, L; Freeland, E; Gottlieb, S; Torok, A; Heller, UM; Laiho, J; Osborn, J; Sugar, RL; Toussaint, D; Van de Water, RS; Zhou, R
Group Author(s): MILC Collaboration
PHYSICAL REVIEW D Volume: 99 Issue: 3 Published: FEB 15 2019

Continuity of vortices from the hadronic to the color-flavor locked phase in dense matter
Authors: Alford, MG; Baym, G; Fukushima, K; Hatsuda, T; Tachibana, M
PHYSICAL REVIEW D Volume: 99 Issue: 3 Published: FEB 7 2019

Primordial heavy noble gases in the pristine Paris carbonaceous chondrite
Authors: Bekaert, DV; Marrocchi, Y; Meshik, A; Remusat, L; Marty, B
METEORITICS & PLANETARY SCIENCE Volume: 54 Issue: 2 Pages: 395-414 Published: FEB 2019

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