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Recent Submissions

  • Tuning of persulfate activation from free radical to non-radical pathway through the incorporation of non-redox magnesium oxide 

    Jawad, A; Zhan, K; Wang, H; et al. (American Chemical Society (ACS), 23 January 2020)
    Nonradical-based advanced oxidation processes for pollutants removal have attracted much attention due to their inherent advantages. Herein we report that magnesium oxides (MgO) in CuOMgO/Fe3O4 not only enhanced the catalytic ...
  • Mechanisms of blueshifts in organic polariton condensates 

    Yagafarov, T; Sannikov, D; Zasedatelev, A; et al. (Nature Research, 22 January 2020)
    Bose-Einstein condensates of exciton-polaritons in inorganic semiconductor microcavities are known to possess strong interparticle interactions attributed to their excitonic component. The interactions play a crucial role ...
  • Quantum nondemolition measurement of mechanical motion quanta 

    Dellantonio, L; Kyriienko, O; Marquardt, F; et al. (Nature Research, 6 September 2018)
    The fields of optomechanics and electromechanics have facilitated numerous advances in the areas of precision measurement and sensing, ultimately driving the studies of mechanical systems into the quantum regime. To date, ...
  • A chromospheric resonance cavity in a sunspot mapped with seismology 

    Jess, DB; Snow, B; Houston, SJ; et al. (Nature Research, 2 December 2019)
    Sunspots are intense collections of magnetic fields that pierce through the Sun’s photosphere, with their signatures extending upwards into the outermost extremities of the solar corona1. Cutting-edge observations and ...
  • Quantum inverse iteration algorithm for programmable quantum simulators 

    Kyriienko, O (Nature Research, 17 January 2020)
    We propose a quantum inverse iteration algorithm which can be used to estimate the ground state properties of a programmable quantum device. The method relies on the inverse power iteration technique, where the sequential ...

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