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In this work we investigate collective excitations at the boundary of a recently constructed 4D quantum Hall state. Local bosonic operators for creating these collective excitations can be constructed explicitly. Massless relativistic wave equations with helicity S can be derived exactly for these operators from their Heisenberg equation of motion. For the… (More)

- Kangjun Seo, B Andrei Bernevig, Jiangping Hu
- Physical review letters
- 2008

We study the pairing symmetry of a two-orbital J1-J2 model for FeAs layers in oxypnictides. We show that the mixture of an intraorbital unconventional s_{x;{2}y;{2}} approximately cos(k_{x})cos(k_{y}) pairing symmetry, which changes sign between the electron and hole Fermi surfaces, and a very small d_{x;{2}-y;{2}} approximately cos(k_{x})-cos(k_{y})… (More)

We present a simple and pedagogical derivation of the spin current as the linear response to an external electric field for both Rashba and Luttinger spin–orbital coupling Hamiltonians. Except for the adiabatic approximation, our derivation is exact to the linear order of the electric field for both models. The spin current is a direct result of the… (More)

- J J Raizer, P Giglio, +20 authors M R Gilbert
- Journal of neuro-oncology
- 2016

Survival for glioblastoma (GBM) patients with an unmethyated MGMT promoter in their tumor is generally worse than methylated MGMT tumors, as temozolomide (TMZ) response is limited. How to better treat patients with unmethylated MGMT is unknown. We performed a trial combining erlotinib and bevacizumab in unmethylated GBM patients after completion of… (More)

- R. H. Yuan, T. Dong, +5 authors N. L. Wang
- Scientific reports
- 2012

We report an in-plane optical spectroscopy study on the iron-selenide superconductor K 0.75 Fe 1.75 Se 2. The measurement revealed the development of a sharp reflectance edge below T c at frequency much smaller than the superconducting energy gap on a relatively incoherent electronic background, a phenomenon which was not seen in any other Fe-based… (More)

- Crystal SrFe2As, Jun Zhao, +4 authors Pengcheng Dai
- 2008

We use neutron scattering to study the spin and lattice structure on single crystals of SrFe 2 As 2 , the parent compound of the FeAs based superconductor (Sr,K)Fe 2 As 2. We find that SrFe 2 As 2 exhibits an abrupt structural phase transitions at 220K, where the structure changes from tetragonal with lattice parameters c > a = b to orthorhombic with c > a… (More)

We show that effective superconducting orders generally emerge at low energy in the superconducting state of graphene with conventionally defined pairing symmetry. We study a particular interesting example, the d x 2 −y 2 + id xy Ј spin singlet pairing state in graphene which can be generated by electronic correlation. We find that effectively the d +… (More)

- Jiangping Hu, A. Susanto, D.A. Koleva
- 2016 International Conference on Audio, Language…
- 2016

This paper reports the results of microstructural analysis based on image analysis subjected to electrical current as a simulation of stray current effect. The purpose is to investigate the influence of electrical current flow on the development of microstructural properties in reinforced cement-based materials. In view of the significant contribution to… (More)

- Yu Liu, Gang Wang, +5 authors Xiaolong Chen
- Advanced science
- 2016

Metal-intercalated iron selenides are a class of superconductors that have received much attention but are less understood in comparison with their FeAs-based counterparts. Here, the controversial issues such as Fe vacancy, the real phase responsible for superconductivity, and lattice stability have been addressed based on first-principles calculations. New… (More)

- Zhe Wang, Wei Yi, +16 authors Zhongxian Zhao
- Scientific reports
- 2016

Non-centrosymmetric superconductors, whose crystal structure is absent of inversion symmetry, have recently received special attentions due to the expectation of unconventional pairings and exotic physics associated with such pairings. The newly discovered superconductors A2Cr3As3 (A = K, Rb), featured by the quasi-one dimensional structure with conducting… (More)