Borot, Gaëtan Bouttier, Jérémie Duplantier, Bertrand

In the O(n) loop model on random planar maps, we study the depth - in terms of the number of levels of nesting - of the loop configuration, by means of analytic combinatorics. We focus on the 'refined' generating series of pointed disks or cylinders, which keep track of the number of loops separating the marked point from the boundary (for disks), ...

Altieri, Ada Angelini, Maria Chiara Lucibello, Carlo Parisi, Giorgio Ricci-Tersenghi, Federico Rizzo, Tommaso

For every physical model defined on a generic graph or factor graph, the Bethe $M$-layer construction allows building a different model for which the Bethe approximation is exact in the large $M$ limit and it coincides with the original model for $M=1$. The $1/M$ perturbative series is then expressed by a diagrammatic loop expansion in terms of so-...

Micheletti, Cristian Di Stefano, Marco Orland, Henri

The ongoing effort to detect and characterize physical entanglement in biopolymers has so far established that knots are present in many globular proteins and also abound in viral DNA packaged inside bacteriophages. RNA molecules, on the other hand, have not yet been systematically screened for the occurrence of physical knots. We have accordingly ...

Boumaiza, Hella Coustel, Romain Medjahdi, Ghouti Ruby, Christian Bergaoui, Latifa

Birnessite was synthetized through redox reaction by mixing MnO4-, Mn2+ and OH- solutions. The Mn(VII): Mn(II) ratio of 0.33 was chosen and three methods were used consisting in a quick mixing under vigorous stirring of two of the three reagents and then on the dropwise addition of the third one. The obtained solids were characterized by XRD, FTIR ...

Viennot, David Leclerc, Arnaud Jolicard, Georges Killingbeck, John P.

We show that the adiabatic approximation for nonselfadjoint hamiltonians seems to induce two non-equal expressions for the geometric phase. The first one is related to the spectral projector involved in the adiabatic theorem, the other one is the adiabatic limit of the nonadiabatic geometric phase. This apparent inconsistency is resolved by observi...

Harnois, Maxime Pouliquen, M. Denoual, M. Jorel, C. Radu, C. Robbes, D. Grand, J. Awala, H. Mintova, S. Sagazan, O. de
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Singh, R. L. Stehle, C. Suzuki-Vidal, F. Kozlova, M. Larour, J. Chaulagain, U. Clayson, T. Rodriguez, R. Gil, J. M. Nejdl, J.
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Radiative shocks (RS) are complex phenomena which are ubiquitous in astrophysical environments. The study of such hypersonic shocks in the laboratory, under controlled conditions, is of primary interest to understand the physics at play and also to check the ability of numerical simulations to reproduce the experimental results. In this context, we...

Voros, André

The Keiper--Li sequence $\{ \lambda_n \}$ is most sensitive to the Riemann Hypothesis asymptotically ($n \to \infty$), but highly elusive both analytically and numerically. We deform it to fully explicit sequences, simpler to analyze and to compute (up to $n=5 \cdot 10^5$ by G. Misguich). This also works on the Davenport--Heilbronn counterexamples,...

Rödel, Tobias Chris Fortuna, Franck Sengupta, Shamashis Frantzeskakis, Emmanouil Fèvre, Patrick Le Bertran, François Mercey, Bernard Matzen, Sylvia Agnus, Guillaume Maroutian, Thomas
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Two-dimensional electron systems (2DESs) in functional oxides are promising for applications, but their fabrication and use, essentially limited to SrTiO$_3$-based heterostructures, are hampered by the need of growing complex oxide over-layers thicker than 2~nm using evolved techniques. This work shows that thermal deposition of a monolayer of an e...

Trøstrup, Hannah Laulund, Anne Sofie Boe Moser, Claus
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Normal wound healing occurs in three phases-the inflammatory, the proliferative, and the remodeling phase. Chronic wounds are, for unknown reasons, arrested in the inflammatory phase. Bacterial biofilms may cause chronicity by arresting healing in the inflammatory state by mechanisms not fully understood. Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a common wound path...