# CERN Accelerating science

The Articles collection aims to cover as far as possible the published literature in particle physics and its related technologies. The collection starts, comprising only the most important documents in the first decencies, from the mid of the 19th century. The full coverage starts from 1980 onwards. CERN publications are though covered 100% since the foundation of the organisation in 1954. The CERN Annual Report, vol. 3 - List of CERN Publications, is extracted from this dataset.

# Published Articles

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 RPCs and Wire Chambers for the LHCb Muon System / Riegler, W (CERN) LHCb-TALK-2001-010.- 2001 - 20 p. LHCb-TALK-2001-010: PDF; In : 9th International Vienna Conference on Instrumentation, Vienna, Austria, 19 - 23 Feb 2001, pp.180-182

2015-08-05
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 Using Astronomical Photographs to Investigate Misconceptions about Galaxies and Spectra: Question Development for Clicker Use / Lee, Hyunju ; Schneider, Stephen E Many topics in introductory astronomy at the college or high-school level rely implicitly on using astronomical photographs and visual data in class. However, students bring many preconceptions to their understanding of these materials that ultimately lead to misconceptions, and research about students' interpretation of astronomical images has been scarcely conducted. [...] arXiv:1508.00711.- 2015 - Published in : Physical Review Special Topics Physics Education Research 11 (2015) 020101 External link: Preprint

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 Nonlinear Gamow vectors, shock waves and irreversibility in optically nonlocal media / Gentilini, Silvia ; Braidotti, Maria Chiara ; Marcucci, Giulia ; DelRe, Eugenio ; Conti, Claudio Dispersive shock waves dominate wave-breaking phenomena in Hamiltonian systems. In the absence of loss, these highly irregular and disordered waves are potentially reversible. [...] arXiv:1508.00692.- 2015 - 6 p. - Published in : Phys. Rev. A 92 (2015) 023801 External link: Preprint

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 Charge dependence of neoclassical and turbulent transport of light impurities on MAST / Henderson, S S ; Garzotti, L ; Casson, F J ; Dickinson, D ; O'Mullane, M ; Patel, A ; Roach, C M ; Summers, H P ; Tanabe, H ; Valovic, M /MAST team Carbon and nitrogen impurity transport coefficients are determined from gas puff experiments carried out during repeat L-mode discharges on the Mega-Amp Spherical Tokamak (MAST) and compared against a previous analysis of helium impurity transport on MAST. The impurity density profiles are measured on the low-field side of the plasma, therefore this paper focuses on light impurities where the impact of poloidal asymmetries on impurity transport is predicted to be negligible. [...] arXiv:1508.00424.- 2015 - 17 p. - Published in : Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, Vol. 57, No. 9, September 2015, pp. 095001 External link: Preprint

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 Theory of bound-electron g factor in highly charged ions / Shabaev, V M ; Glazov, D A ; Plunien, G ; Volotka, A V The paper presents the current status of the theory of bound-electron g factor in highly charged ions. The calculations of the relativistic, QED, nuclear recoil, nuclear structure, and interelectronic-interaction corrections to the g factor are reviewed. [...] arXiv:1508.00392.- 2015 - 20 p. - Published in : J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 44 (2015) 031205 External link: Preprint

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 Optical nanoscopy of transient states in condensed matter / Kuschewski, Frederik ; Kehr, Susanne C ; Green, Bert ; Bauer, Christian ; Gensch, Michael ; Eng, Lukas M Recently, the fundamental and nanoscale understanding of complex phenomena in materials research and the life sciences, witnessed considerable progress. However, elucidating the underlying mechanisms, governed by entangled degrees of freedom such as lattice, spin, orbit, and charge for solids or conformation, electric potentials, and ligands for proteins, has remained challenging. [...] arXiv:1508.00358.- 2015 - Published in : Scientific Reports 5 (2015) 12582 External link: Preprint

2015-08-05
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 Dielectric Anomaly in Ice near 20 K; Evidence of Macroscopic Quantum Phenomena / Yen, Fei ; Gao, Tian H2O is one of the most important substances needed in sustaining life; but yet not much is known about its ground state. Here, a previously unidentified anomaly is identified in the form of a minimum in the imaginary part of the dielectric constant with respect to temperature near 20 K while the real part remains monotonic. [...] arXiv:1508.00215.- 2015 - 12 p. - Published in : The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 6 (2015) 5 External link: Preprint

2015-08-05
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 Reply to Comment by V.P. Torchigin and A.V. Torchigin on "Deducing radiation pressure on a submerged mirror from the Doppler shift" / Mansuripur, Masud This is a Reply to a Comment by V.P. Torchigin and A.V. [...] arXiv:1508.00031.- 2015 - 2 p. - Published in : Published in Physical Review A 92 (2015) 017804 External link: Preprint

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 High-fidelity spatially resolved multiphoton counting for quantum imaging applications / Chrapkiewicz, Radoslaw ; Wasilewski, Wojciech ; Banaszek, Konrad We present a method for spatially resolved multiphoton counting based on an intensified camera with the retrieval of multimode photon statistics fully accounting for non-linearities in the detection process. The scheme relies on one-time quantum tomographic calibration of the detector. [...] arXiv:1405.4400.- 2015 - Published in : Opt. Lett. 39 (2014) 5090 External link: Preprint

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 Dynamics of atom-field entanglement in a bimodal cavity / Deçordi, G L ; Vidiella-Barranco, A We investigate some aspects of the dynamics and entanglement of bipartite quantum system (atom-quantized field), coupled to a third external" subsystem (quantized field). We make use of the Raman coupled model; a three-level atom in a lambda configuration interacting with two modes of the quantized cavity field. [...] arXiv:1402.6172.- 2015 - Published in : The European Physical Journal D 65 (2011) 587 External link: Preprint

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