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An interplay of optical lattices and nonlinear impurities in controlling the dynamics of Bose–Einstein condensate bright solitons is investigated using an effective potential approach. The ability of pushing the solitons into or away from the impurity region by changing both lattice and...
This Letter shows the equivalence of the velocity-level and acceleration-level redundancy resolution schemes by using so-called Zhang et al.ʼs neural-dynamic method. In addition, the equivalence requires that a design parameter be sufficiently large. But how large should it be? The effective...
In an environmental coupled polymer, a variation of the conductivity is evaluated, which results from the external electron–phonon interaction coupling with the internal one. A quantized current appears under the external phonon coupling. The resonant tunnelling in the nanoscale polymer driven...
Using a combination of linear response theory and constrained orbital hybridization approach, we study the mechanism of magnetic exchange interaction of iron-based superconductor. We reproduce the observed highly anisotropic exchange interaction, and our constrained orbital calculation...
We study low-temperature magnetization processes in a stacked triangular Ising antiferromagnet by Monte Carlo simulations. In increasing and decreasing magnetic fields we observe multiple steps and hysteresis corresponding to formation of different metastable states. Besides the equidistant...
We investigate fast frictionless expansion of an optical lattice with dynamically variable spacing (accordion lattice). We design an expansion trajectory that yields a final state identical to the initial state up to an irrelevant phase factor. We discuss the effect of additional force and...
We propose a simple analytical form of the vapor–liquid equilibrium curve near the critical point for Lennard-Jones fluids. Coexistence densities curves and vapor pressure have been determined using the Van der Waals and Dieterici equation of state. In described method the Bernoulli...
Using gradient elasticity, we give in this Letter the non-singular fields produced by arbitrary dislocation loops in isotropic media. We present the ‘modified’ Mura, Peach–Koehler and Burgers formulae in the framework of gradient elasticity theory.
The electronic structure of the endohedral fullerene 14 N@C 60 spatially ordered in the crystal state by its supramolecular assembly with a buckycatcher C 60 H 28 was investigated by X-band electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy. The zero-field splitting (ZFS) found in the complex is...
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