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Helena Drueke,

Helena Drueke

Institution: Institute of Physics, University of Rostock, 18051 Rostock, Germany

Email: helena.drueke@uni-rostock.de

Dieter Bauer

Dieter Bauer

Institution: Institute of Physics, University of Rostock, 18051 Rostock, Germany

Email: dieter.bauer@uni-rostock.de

"Periodic driving may cause topologically protected, chiral transport along edges of a 2D lattice that, without driving, would be topologically trivial. We study what happens if one adds a different on-site potential along the diagonal of such a 2D grid. In addition to the usual bulk and edge states...

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Meir Shimon

Meir Shimon

Institution: School of Physics and Astronomy, Tel Aviv University,

Email: meirs@tauex.tau.ac.il

In the standard cosmological model the dark energy (DE) and nonrelativistic (NR) matter densities are determined to be comparable at the present time, in spite of their greatly different evolution histories. This ‘cosmic coincidence’ enigma could be explained as a non-anthropic observational se...

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Joseph E Brierly

Joseph E Brierly

Institution: Joseph E Brierly, Ph.D., Wayne State University,

Email: jbrierly@comcast.net

This article gives a overall picture of how the universe works from the likelihood that our universe is infinite dimensional at the nanometer scale of an indestructible quark. The article explains that we only can perceive for sure up to 4 dimensions of physical reality. However, the speculation in ...

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Robert J Buenker Buenker

Robert J Buenker Buenker

Institution: Faculty of C-Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Bergische Universität Wuppertal,

Email: rjbuenker@gmail.com

A number of the most often cited results of relativity theory deal with the relationships between energy, momentum and inertial mass. The history of how Einstein and Planck came to these conclusions is reviewed. It is pointed out that considerations of how the speed of light is affected by the motio...

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Berov G Lyubomir

Berov G Lyubomir

Institution: Engineer, Independent Innovative Ideas Researcher, Smolyan 4700,

Email: my_kaly1@mbox.contact.bg

The present, at any particular moment, is the realization of one of the many intentions of the All-creating Intellect. Here "realization" specifically means the materialization or the appearance of an object in the material world, which had not existed until now. This newly born material object exis...

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Yang Liu

Yang Liu

Institution: School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nottingham,

Email: yang.liu@nottingham.ac.uk

It is widely believed that Hawking radiation originates from excitations near the horizons of black holes [1,2,3]. However, Giddings [2] proposed that the Hawking radiation spectrum that characterizes evaporating semi-classical black holes originates from a quantum “atmosphere”, which extends be...

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Kamila Sieja

Kamila Sieja

Institution: Institute Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien (IPHC), Université de Strasbourg (CNRS, UMR7178),

Email: la.sieja@iphc.cnrs.fr

Neutron-rich Sr nuclei around N = 60 exhibit a sudden shape transition from a spherical ground state to strongly prolate-deformed. Recently, much new insight into the structure of Sr isotopes in this region has been gained through experimental studies of the excited levels, transition strengths, and...

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Yang Liu

In this paper we consider the correspondence between the tachyon dark energy model and the Tsallis holographic dark energy scenario in an FRW universe. We demonstrate the Tsallis holographic description of tachyon dark energy in an FRW universe and reconstruct the potential and basic results of the ...

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Anand K. Bhatia

Anand K. Bhatia

Institution: Heliophysics Science Division, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center,

Email: d.k.bhatia@nasa.gov

The excitation cross-sections of the nS states of atomic hydrogen, n = 2 to 6, by electron
impact on the ground state of atomic hydrogen were calculated using the variational polarizedorbital method at various incident electron energies in the range 10 to 122 eV. Converged excitation
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V.N. Karazin

In the article, the fireball formed in the collision of relativistic nuclei is considered as a quantum object. Based on this, an attempt is made to explain the difference in the measurements of hyperon yields in the two experiments - NA49 and NA57. Using the basic principles of quantum mechanics, it...

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