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Flexible Holographic Fabrication of 3D Photonic Crystal Templates with Polarization Control through a 3D Printed Reflective Optical Element
This article systematically studies the holographic fabrication of three-dimensional (3D) structures using a single 3D printed reflective optical element (ROE), taking advantage of the ease of design and 3D printing of the ROE.
Holographic Fabrication of Designed Functional Defect Lines in Photonic Crystal Lattice Using a Spatial Light Modulator
This article reports the holographic fabrication of designed defect lines in photonic crystal lattices through phase engineering using a spatial light modulator.
Ion exchanger in the brain: Quantitative analysis of perineuronally fixed anionic binding sites suggests diffusion barriers with ion sorting properties
This article proposes that fixed charge-densities in the brain are involved in regulating ion mobility, the volume fraction of extracellular space and the viscosity of matrix components.
Electrostatic enhancement of light emitted by semiconductor quantum well
This article proposes an electrostatic mechanism for enhancement of light radiated from semiconductor emitter which is comparable in effect to plasmonic mechanism.
Triply Differential Measurements for Positron Impact Ionization of Argon
This article reports triply differential cross sections for positron impact ionization of argon.
From neural and social cooperation to the global emergence of cognition
This article elaborates on a discussion of the emergence of intelligence via criticality as a consequence of locality breakdown, by using criticality for the foundation of a novel generation of game theory making the local interaction between players yield long-range effects.
Weak Emission-Line Quasars in the Context of a Modified Baldwin Effect
This article tests whether the modified Baldwin effect remains strong across the wides possible of ranges of redshift and luminosity.
Excitation of the n=2 levels of hydrogen by proton impact for hydrogen beam diagnostics
This article describes the atomic orbital close coupling results for excitation to the n=2 states to document the computational procedure adopted and to convey new insight into the behavior of these fundamental cross sections.
State-selective charge transfer cross sections for light ion impact of atomic hydrogen
This article compares results of approaches applicable in a lower impact energy regime by benchmarking them using key experimental data in order to make knowledge of these cross sections available across the range parameters needed by fusion plasma diagnostics.
Complexity matching in neural networks
This article adopts the complexity matching principle that the maximal efficiency of communication between two complex networks is realized when both of them are at criticality, and uses this principle to establish the value of the neuronal interaction strength at which criticality occurs.
Fractional calculus ties the microscopic and macroscopic scales of complex network dynamics
Paper discussing fractional calculus tying the microscopic and macroscopic scales of complex network dynamics.
Classical trajectory Monte Carlo simulations of particle confinement using dual levitated coils
This article investigates the particle confinement properties of plasma confinement systems that employ dual levitated magnetic coils using classical trajectory Monte Carlo simulations.
Resonant excitation of coupled Rayleigh waves in a short and narrow fluid channel clad between two identical metal plates
This article studies the transmission of ultrasonic waves through a slit between two water immersed brass plates for sub-wavelength plate thicknesses and slit apertures.
Methods and Devices for Electromagnetically Tuning Acoustic Media
Patent relating to methods and devices for electromagnetically tuning acoustic media.
Star Formation and Black Hole Growth at z ≃4.8
This article reports Herschel/SPIRE, Spitzer and Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer obervations of 44 z ≃ 4.8 optically selected active galactic nuclei.
Investigation of Structural and Optical Properties of Ag Nanoclusters Formed in Si(100) After Multiple Implantations of Low Energies Ag Ions and Post-Thermal Annealing at a Temperature Below the Ag-Si Eutectic Point
This paper investigates the synthesis of Ag NCs in Si(100) substrate by implanting multiple energies and fluences of Ag ions and subsequent thermal annealing.
Effect of noise and detector sensitivity on a dynamical process: Inverse power law and Mittag-Leffler interevent time survival probabilities
Article on the effect of noise and detector sensitivity on a dynamical process and the inverse power law and Mittag-Leffler interevent time survival probabilities.
On The Performance of Quasar Reverberation Mapping in the Era of Time-Domain Photometric Surveys
This article quantitatively assesses, by means of comprehensive numerical simulations, the ability of broadband photometric surveys to recover the broad emission line region size in quasars under various observing conditions and for a wide range of object properties.
Exploratory X-Ray Monitoring of Luminous Radio-Quiet Quasars at High Redshift: Initial Results
This article presents initial results from an exploratory X-ray monitoring project of two groups of comparably luminous radio-quiet quasars.
Renewal and memory origin of anomalous diffusion: A discussion of their joint action
Article on the renewal and memory origin of anomalous diffusion and a discussion of their joint action.
Locating Star-Forming Regions in Quasar Host Galaxies
This article presents a study of the morphology and intensity of star formation in the host galaxies of eight Palomar-Green quasars using observations with the Hubble Space Telescope.
Aperture-based antihydrogen gravity experiment: Parallel plate geometry
This article presents an analytical model and a Monte Carlo simulation of an experiment that could be used to determine the direction of the acceleration of antihydrogen due to gravity.
Accelerator-based neutron source using a cold deuterium target with degenerate electrons
This article discusses recent reports of potential cold deuterium targets.
Collective behavior and evolutionary games - An introduction
This article is an introduction to a special issue in Chaos, Solitons & Fractals with the goal of attracting submissions that identify unifying principles that describe the essential aspects of collective behavior, and which thus allow for a better interpretation and foster the understanding of the complexity arising in such systems.
A Statistical Relation Between the X-ray Spectral Index and Eddington Ratio of Active Galactic Nuclei in Deep Surveys
This article presents an investigation into how well the properties of the accretion flow on to a supermassive black hole may be coupled to those of the overlying hot corona.
The Mammary Gland Carcinogens: The Role of Metal Compounds and Organic Solvents
Article on mammary gland carcinogens and the role of metal compounds and organic solvents.
Intrinsic electrical transport properties of monolayer silicene and MoS₂ from first principles
Article on intrinsic electrical transport properties of monolayer silicene and MoS₂ from first principles.
Statistical analysis of air and sea temperature anomalies
Paper discussing the statistical analysis of air and sea temperature anomalies.
Role of committed minorities in times of crisis
Article discussing the role of committed minorities in time of crisis.
Comparative Trace Elemental Analysis in Cancerous and Noncancerous Human Tissues Using PIXE
Article discussing comparative trace elemental analysis in cancerous and noncancerous human tissues using PIXE.
Cooperation in neural systems: Bridging complexity and periodicity
Article discussing research on cooperation and neural systems and bridging complexity and periodicity.
Networking of psychophysics, psychology, and neurophysiology
Article discussing the dynamic networking and dynamic networks in complex research on psychophysics, psychology, and neurophysiology.
Linear response at criticality
In this article, the authors study a set of cooperatively interacting units at criticality, and prove with analytical and numerical arguments that they generate the same renewal non-Poisson intermittency as that produced by blinking quantum dots.
Complex Materials for Molecular Spintronics Applications: Cobalt Bis(dioxolene) Valence Tautomers, from Molecules to Polymers
This article discusses complex materials for molecular spintronics applications.
Coherence Brightened Laser Source for Atmospheric Remote Sensing
This article discusses the coherence brightened laser source for atmospheric remote sensing.
Phonon engineering in nanostructures: Controlling interfacial thermal resistance in multilayer-graphene/dielectric heterojunctions
Article discussing phonon engineering in nanostructures and controlling interfacial thermal resistance in multilayer-graphene/dielectric heterojunctions.
Tracking molecular wave packets in cesium dimers by coherent Raman scattering
Article discussing tracking molecular wave packets in cesium dimers by coherent Raman scattering.
Controllable enhanced dragging of light in ultradispersive media
Article discussing research on the controllable enhanced dragging of light in ultradispersive media.
Charge transfer equilibria in ambient-exposed epitaxial graphene on (0001) 6 H-SiC
Article discussing research on charge transfer equilibria in ambient-exposed epitaxial graphene on (0001) 6 H-SiC.
Neural Dynamics: Criticality, Cooperation, Avalanches and Entrainment between Complex Networks
Book chapter discussing neural dynamics and the criticality, cooperation, avalanches and entrainment between complex networks.
From self-organized to extended criticality
Article discussing the criticality of transition processes in neurophysiology.
The 4Ms Chandra Deep Field-South Number Counts Apportioned By Source Class: Pervasive Active Galactic Nuclei and the Ascent of Normal Galaxies
This article presents cumulative and differential number-count measurements for the recently completed 4 Ms Chandra Deep Field-South survey.
Simulation of an aperture-based antihydrogen gravity experiment
This article presents a Monte Carlo simulation of an experiment that could potentially determine whether antihydrogen accelerates vertically up or down as a result of earth's gravity.
Cooperation-induced topological complexity: a promising road to fault tolerance and Hebbian learning
This article discusses cooperation-induced topological complexity and the emergence of intelligence.
Multiple coexisting intercalation structures of sodium in epitaxial graphene-SiC interfaces
This article discusses multiple coexisting intercalation structures of sodium in peitaxial graphene-SiC interfaces.
Extreme Star Formation in the Host Galaxies of the Fastest Growing Supermassive Black Holes at z = 4.8
This article reports new Herschel observations of extremely luminous optically selected active galactic nuclei.
Electric Field Induced Phase Transitions in Polymers: A Novel Mechanism for High Speed Energy Storage
This article discusses electric field induced phase transitions in polymers.
Symmetry-induced intermittency in a stochastic reflexive model
Article on symmetry-induced intermittency in a stochastic reflexive model.
Activation of water on the TiO2 (110) surface: The case of Ti adatoms
Article on the activation of water on the TiO2 (110) surface.
Unexpected Structures for Intercalation of Sodium in Epitaxial Graphene-SiC Interfaces
In this paper, the authors show using scanning tunneling microscopy, spectroscopy, and ab initio calculations that several intercalation structures exist for Na in epitaxial graphene on SiC(0001). Intercalation takes place at room temperature and Na electron-dopes the graphene. It intercalates in-between single-layer graphene and the carbon-rich interfacial layer. It also penetrates beneath the interfacial layer and decouples it to form a second graphene layer. This decoupling is accelerated by annealing and is verified by direct Na deposition onto the interface layer. The authors' observations show that intercalation in graphene is fundamentally different than in graphite and is a versatile means of electronic control.