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Huge Seebeck coefficients in nonaqueous electrolytes.
The Seebeck coefficients of the nonaqueous electrolytes tetrabutylammonium nitrate, tetraoctylphosphonium bromide, and tetradodecylammonium nitrate in 1-octanol, 1-dodecanol, and ethylene-glycol areExpand
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Post-Newtonian evolution of massive black hole triplets in galactic nuclei - IV. Implications for LISA
Coalescing massive black hole binaries (MBHBs) of $10^{4-7} \rm M_{\odot}$, forming in the aftermath of galaxy mergers, are primary targets of the space mission LISA, the {\it Laser InterferometerExpand
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On the eccentricity evolution of massive black hole binaries in stellar backgrounds
We study the dynamical evolution of eccentric massive black hole binaries (MBHBs) interacting with unbound stars by means of an extensive set of three body scattering experiments. Compared toExpand
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Merger rate of stellar black hole binaries above the pair instability mass gap
In current stellar evolutionary models, the occurrence of pair instability supernovae implies the lack of stellar black holes (BHs) with masses between about $[60, \, 120] \, \rm{M}_\odot$, resultingExpand
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Massive black hole merger rates: the effect of kpc separation wandering and supernova feedback.
We revisit the predictions for the merger rate of massive black hole binaries detectable by the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) and their background signal for pulsar-timing arrays. WeExpand
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Binary black hole signatures in polarized light curves
Variable active galactic nuclei showing periodic light curves have been proposed as massive black hole binary (MBHB) candidates. In such scenarios the periodicity can be due to relativisticExpand
Unveiling early black hole growth with multifrequency gravitational wave observations
Third Generation ground based Gravitational Wave Interferometers, like the Einstein Telescope (ET), Cosmic Explorer (CE), and the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) will detectcoalescingExpand
Global torques and stochasticity as the drivers of massive black hole pairing in the young Universe
The forthcoming Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) will probe the population of coalescing massive black hole (MBH) binaries up to the onset of structure formation. Here we simulate theExpand
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The role of bars on the dynamical-friction driven inspiral of massive perturbers
In this paper, we explore the impact of a galactic bar on the inspiral time-scale of a massive perturber (MP) within a Milky Way-like galaxy. We integrate the orbit of MPs in a multicomponent galaxyExpand
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