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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.

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2014-12-20
09:57
Charging Capacitors According to Maxwell's Equations: Impossible / Funaro, Daniele
The charge of an ideal parallel capacitor leads to the resolution of the wave equation for the electric field with prescribed initial conditions and boundary constraints. Independently of the capacitor's shape and the applied voltage, none of the corresponding solutions is compatible with the full set of Maxwell's equations. [...]
arXiv:1412.6005.- 2014 - 16 p. - Published in : Ann. Fond. Louis de Broglie: 3 (2014) , pp. 9 External link: Preprint

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2014-12-20
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Spin Echo Studies on Cellular Water / Chang, D C ; Hazlewood, C F ; Nichols, B L ; Rorschach, H E
Previous studies indicated that the physical state of cellular water could be significantly different from pure liquid water. To experimentally investigate this possibility, we conducted a series of spin-echo NMR measurements on water protons in rat skeletal muscle. [...]
arXiv:1412.6003.- 2014 - 4 p. - Published in : January 2 (1972) 1 External link: Preprint

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2014-12-20
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Unidirectional light propagation through two-layer nanostructures based on optical near-field interactions / Naruse, Makoto ; Hori, Hirokazu ; Ishii, Satoshi ; Drezet, Aurélien ; Huant, Serge ; Hoga, Morihisa ; Ohyagi, Yasuyuki ; Matsumoto, Tsutomu ; Tate, Naoya ; Ohtsu, Motoichi
We theoretically demonstrate direction-dependent polarization conversion efficiency, yielding unidirectional light transmission, through a two-layer nanostructure by using the angular spectrum representation of optical near-fields. The theory provides results that are consistent with electromagnetic numerical simulations. [...]
arXiv:1412.5872.- 2014 - Published in : JOSA B 31 (2014) 2404 External link: Preprint

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2014-12-20
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Analysis of optical near-field energy transfer by stochastic model unifying architectural dependencies / Naruse, Makoto ; Akahane, Kouichi ; Yamamoto, Naokatsu ; Holmström, Petter ; Thylén, Lars ; Huant, Serge ; Ohtsu, Motoichi
We theoretically and experimentally demonstrate energy transfer mediated by optical near-field interactions in a multi-layer InAs quantum dot (QD) structure composed of a single layer of larger dots and N layers of smaller ones. We construct a stochastic model in which optical near-field interactions that follow a Yukawa potential, QD size fluctuations, and temperature-dependent energy level broadening are unified, enabling us to examine device-architecture-dependent energy transfer efficiencies. [...]
arXiv:1412.5871.- 2014 - Published in : J. Appl. Phys. 115 (2014) 154306 External link: Preprint

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2014-12-20
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Decision making based on optical excitation transfer via near-field interactions between quantum dots / Naruse, Makoto ; Nomura, Wataru ; Aono, Masashi ; Ohtsu, Motoichi ; Sonnefraud, Yannick ; Drezet, Aurélien ; Huant, Serge ; Kim, Song-Ju
Optical near-field interactions between nanostructured matter, such as quantum dots, result in unidirectional optical excitation transfer when energy dissipation is induced. This results in versatile spatiotemporal dynamics of the optical excitation, which can be controlled by engineering the dissipation processes and exploited to realize intelligent capabilities such as solution searching and decision making. [...]
arXiv:1412.5861.- 2014 - Published in : J. Appl. Phys. 116 (2014) 154303 External link: Preprint

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2014-12-20
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First-principle study of the near-IR luminescence centers in Bi2O3-GeO2 andBi2O3-SiO2 glasses / Sokolov, V O ; Plotnichenko, V G ; Dianov, E M
First-principle study of bismuth-related oxygen-deficient centers ($=$Bi$\cdots$Ge$\equiv$, $=$Bi$\cdots$Si$\equiv$, and $=$Bi$\cdots$Bi$=$ oxygen vacancies) in Bi$_2$O$_3$-GeO$_2$, Bi$_2$O$_3$-SiO$_2$, Bi$_2$O$_3$-Al$_2$O$_3$-GeO$_2$, and Bi$_2$O$_3$-Al$_2$O$_3$-SiO$_2$ hosts is performed. A comparison of calculated spectral properties of the centers with the experimental data on luminescence emission and excitation spectra suggests that luminescence in the 1.2-1.3 $\mu$m and 1.8-3.0 $\mu$m ranges in Bi$_2$O$_3$-GeO$_2$ glasses and crystals is likely caused by $=$Bi$\cdots$Ge$\equiv$ and $=$Bi$\cdots$Bi$=$ centers, respectively, and the luminescence near 1.1 $\mu$m in Bi$_2$O$_3$-Al$_2$O$_3$-GeO$_2$ glasses and crystals may be caused by $=$Bi$\cdots$Ge$\equiv$ center with (AlO$_4$)$^-$ center in the second coordination shell of Ge atom..
arXiv:1412.5832.- 2014 - 5 p. - Published in : Issue 1 (2015) 163-168 External link: Preprint

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2014-12-20
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Invited review: Clogging of granular materials in bottlenecks / Zuriguel, Iker
During the past decades, notable improvements have been achieved in the understanding of static and dynamic properties of granular materials, giving rise to appealing new concepts like jamming, force chains, non-local rheology or the inertial number. The `saltcellar' can be seen as a canonical example of the characteristic features displayed by granular materials: an apparently smooth flow is interrupted by the formation of a mesoscopic structure (arch) above the outlet that causes a quick dissipation of all the kinetic energy within the system. [...]
arXiv:1412.5806.- 2014 - 13 p. - Published in : Papers in Physics 6 (2014) 060014 External link: Preprint

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2014-12-20
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Collisional trap losses of cold, magnetically-trapped Br atoms / Lam, J ; Rennick, C J ; Softley, T P
Near-threshold photodissociation of Br$_2$ from a supersonic beam produces slow bromine atoms that are trapped in the magnetic field minimum formed between two opposing permanent magnets. Here, we quantify the dominant trap loss rate due to collisions with two sources of residual gas: the background limited by the vacuum chamber base pressure, and the carrier gas during the supersonic gas pulse. [...]
arXiv:1412.5790.- 2014 - Published in : Phys. Rev. A 90 (2014) 063419 External link: Preprint

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2014-12-20
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A Comment on 'On the Rotation Matrix in Minkowski Space-time' by Ozdemir and Erdogdu / Jadczyk, Arkadiusz ; Szulga, Jerzy
We comment on the article by M. Ozdemir and M [...]
arXiv:1412.5581.- 2014 - 7 p. - Published in : Reports on Mathematical Physics, 74(1), 2014, 39-44 External link: Preprint

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2014-12-20
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Accelerating Ab Initio Nuclear Physics Calculations with GPUs / Potter, Hugh ; Oryspayev, Dossay ; Maris, Pieter ; Sosonkina, Masha ; Vary, James ; Binder, Sven ; Calci, Angelo ; Langhammer, Joachim ; Roth, Robert ; Çatalyürek, Ümit et al.
This paper describes some applications of GPU acceleration in ab initio nuclear structure calculations. Specifically, we discuss GPU acceleration of the software package MFDn, a parallel nuclear structure eigensolver. [...]
arXiv:1412.5989.- 2014 - 9 p. - Published in : Ames (2013) External link: Preprint

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