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‣ Pseudo-magnetoexcitons in strained graphene bilayers without external magnetic fields

Wang, Zhigang; Fu, Zhen-Guo; Zheng, Fawei; Zhang, Ping
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The structural and electronic properties of graphene leads its charge carriers to behave like relativistic particles, which is described by a Dirac-like Hamiltonian. Since graphene is a monolayer of carbon atoms, the strain due to elastic deformations will give rise to so-called `pseudomagnetic fields (PMF)' in graphene sheet, and that has been realized experimentally in strained graphene sample. Here we propose a realistic strained graphene bilayer (SGB) device to detect the pseudo-magnetoexcitons (PME) in the absence of external magnetic field. The carriers in each graphene layer suffer different strong PMFs due to strain engineering, which give rise to Landau quantization. The pseudo-Landau levels (PLLs) of electron-hole pair under inhomogeneous PMFs in SGB are analytically obtained in the absence of Coulomb interactions. Based on the general analytical optical absorption selection rule for PME, we show that the optical absorption spectrums can interpret the corresponding formation of Dirac-type PME. We also predict that in the presence of inhomogeneous PMFs, the superfluidity-normal phase transition temperature of PME is greater than that under homogeneous PMFs.}; Comment: 16 pages, 6 figures

‣ On two mass estimators for clusters of galaxies

Aceves, H.; Perea, J.
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The two most common mass estimators that use velocity dispersions and positions of objects in a stellar system, the virial mass estimator (VME) and the projected mass estimator (PME), are revisited and tested using N-body experiments. We consider here only spherical, isolated, and isotropic velocity dispersion systems. We have found that the PME can overestimate masses by ~ 20%, for realistic cluster mass profiles, if applied only to regions around the total system's "effective" radius. The VME can yield a correct mass at different radii provided that the total potential energy term is correctly taken into account and the system is completely sampled; otherwise, it may lead to similar errors as the PME. A surface pressure (3PV) term recently alluded to be usually neglected when using the VME and therefore required as a correction term is here found not necessarily required, although it can be used to yield a reasonable correction term. The preferred method here, however, is the virial theorem due to its simplicity and better agreement with N-body experiments. The possible reasons for the mass discrepancies found when using the PME and the VME in some N-body simulations are also briefly discussed.; Comment: 10 pages & 6 figures, uses epsf.sty. Accepted for publication in A&A

‣ Gradient estimates for $u_t=\Delta F(u)$ on manifolds and some Liouville-type theorems

Xu, Xiangjin
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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In this paper, we first prove a localized Hamilton-type gradient estimate for the positive solutions of Porous Media type equations: $$u_t=\Delta F(u),$$ with $F'(u) > 0$, on a complete Riemannian manifold with Ricci curvature bounded from below. In the second part, we study Fast Diffusion Equation (FDE) and Porous Media Equation (PME): $$u_t=\Delta (u^p),\qquad p>0,$$ and obtain localized Hamilton-type gradient estimates for FDE and PME in a larger range of $p$ than that for Aronson-B\'enilan estimate, Harnack inequalities and Cauchy problems in the literature. Applying the localized gradient estimates for FDE and PME, we prove some Liouville-type theorems for positive global solutions of FDE and PME on noncompact complete manifolds with nonnegative Ricci curvature, generalizing Yaus celebrated Liouville theorem for positive harmonic functions.; Comment: 24 pages, this is a revised version

‣ Quantum algorithm for universal implementation of projective measurement of energy

Nakayama, Shojun; Soeda, Akihito; Murao, Mio