Sun, G. Vekua, T. Cobanera, E. Ortiz, G.

Quantum phase transitions are studied in the non-chiral $p$-clock chain, and a new explicitly U(1)-symmetric clock model, by monitoring the ground-state fidelity susceptibility. For $p\ge 5$, the self-dual $\mathbb{Z}_p$-symmetric chain displays a double-hump structure in the fidelity susceptibility with both peak positions and heights scaling loga...

Vu, Dinh-Long

We obtain the cumulants of conserved charges in Generalized Gibbs Ensemble (GGE) by a direct summation of their finite-particle matrix elements. The Gaudin determinant that describes the norm of Bethe states is written as a sum over forests by virtue of the matrix-tree theorem. The aforementioned cumulants are then given by a sum over tree-diagrams...

De Nardis, Jacopo Medenjak, Marko Karrasch, Christoph Ilievski, Enej

The problem of characterizing low-temperature spin dynamics in antiferromagnetic spin chains has so far remained elusive. We reinvestigate it by focusing on isotropic antiferromagnetic chains whose low-energy effective field theory is governed by the quantum non-linear sigma model. We outline an exact non-perturbative theoretical approach to analys...

Goldman, Hart Thomson, Alex Nie, Laimei Bi, Zhen

We study the stability of the Wilson-Fisher fixed point of the quantum $\mathrm{O}(2N)$ vector model to quenched disorder in the large-$N$ limit. While a random mass is strongly relevant at the Gaussian fixed point, its effect is screened by the strong interactions of the Wilson-Fisher fixed point. This enables a perturbative renormalization group ...

Fukushima, Kimihiko Sakai, Kazumitsu

A crossing probability for the critical four-state Potts model on an $L\times M$ rectangle on a square lattice is numerically studied. The crossing probability here denotes the probability that spin clusters cross from one side of the boundary to the other. First, by employing a Monte Carlo method, we calculate the fractal dimension of a spin clust...

Martins, Alex Clesio Nunes Suffak, Mark W. de Guise, Hubert

We discuss the construction and symmetries of su(3) Clebsch-Gordan coefficients arising from the su(3) basis states constructed as triple tensor products of two-dimensional harmonic oscillator states. Because of the su(2) symmetry of the basis states, matrix elements and recursion relations are easily expressed in terms of su(2) technology. As the ...

Budker, Dmitry Flambaum, Victor V. Liang, Xunyu

We advocate the idea that a global network of the synchronized axion detectors can greatly enhance the discovery potential of the QCD axions. Our computations are based on the so-called Axion Quark Nugget (AQN) dark matter model which was originally invented to explain the similarity of the dark and visible cosmological matter densities $\Omega_{\r...

Yang, Lin Wang, Qiang-Hua

We investigate the states of triplet pairing in a candidate nematic superconductor versus typical material parameters, using the mean field theory for two- and three-dimensional tight-binding models with local triplet pairing in the E u representation of the D 3d, the point group of the system. In the two-dimensional model, the system favors the fu...

Geszti, Tamás

This is an extended discussion of Ref.[1], presenting a nonlinear dynamical model of quantum collapse, with randomness emerging from self-generated noise. Here we focus on a few issues: 1) the way chaos theory explains "deterministic but unpredictable" as a generic feature of nonlinear dynamics; 2) a new argument about why Bell-CHSH and GHZ experim...

Aboushelbaya, Ramy Glize, Kevin Savin, Alexander F. Mayr, Marko Spiers, Benjamin Wang, Robin Collier, John Marklund, Mattias Trines, Raoul M. G. M Bingham, Robert
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In this letter, we investigate the effect of orbital angular momentum (OAM) on elastic photon-photon scattering in vacuum for the first time. We define exact solutions to the vacuum electro-magnetic wave equation which carry OAM. Using those, the expected coupling between three initialwaves is derived in the framework of an effective field theory b...