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Minimizing light reflection from dielectric textured surfaces.
TLDR
This paper considers antireflective properties of textured surfaces for all texture size-to-wavelength ratios and investigates asymptotic behavior of the reflection with the change of the texture geometry for the long and short wavelength limits.
Strain-induced pseudomagnetic field in the Dirac semimetal borophene
A tight-binding model of 8-$Pmmn$ borophene, a two-dimensional boron crystal, is developed. We confirm that the crystal hosts massless Dirac fermions and the Dirac points are protected by symmetry.
Quantum phase transition in a two-dimensional system of dipoles.
The ground-state phase diagram of a two-dimensional Bose system with dipole-dipole interactions is studied by means of a quantum Monte Carlo technique. Our calculation predicts a quantum phase
Commensurate-incommensurate phase transition in bilayer graphene
A commensurate-incommensurate phase transition in bilayer graphene is investigated in the framework of the Frenkel-Kontorova model extended to the case of two interacting chains of particles.
Statistical model of matter
This review is devoted to the development of the statistical model of matter over the last twenty years. The ranges of applicability of the model for electron-nuclear systems (atoms, solids, plasmas)
Dielectric response and novel electromagnetic modes in three-dimensional Dirac semimetal films
Using the Kubo formalism we have calculated the local dynamic conductivity of a bulk, i.e., three-dimensional (3D), Dirac semimetal (BDS). We obtain that at frequencies lower than Fermi energy the
Interlayer interaction and relative vibrations of bilayer graphene.
TLDR
A new classical potential for interaction between graphene layers is developed and the calculated low values of the Q-factor for these vibrations show that graphene should be perfect for the use in fast-responding nanorelays and nanoelectromechanical memory cells.
Feasibility of superfluidity of paired spatially separated electrons and holes; a new superconductivity mechanism
Systems with dielectric pairing of spatially separated electrons and holes are considered. Superfluid motion of the charges, corresponding to undamped electric currents, is possible in such systems.
Wigner crystallization in mesoscopic 2d electron systems.
TLDR
Wigner crystallization of electrons in 2D quantum dots proceeds in two stages: via radial ordering of electrons on shells and freezing of the intershell rotation.
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