Jahan-Miri, M.

The effects of pinning between fluxoids and vortices in the core of a neutron star, on the dynamics of the core neutron superfluid are considered. The pinning impedes, but does not absolutely block, any radial as well as {\em azimuthal} motion of the neutron vortices with respect to the lattice of fluxoids. The time scale for the coupling of rotati...

Dereziński, Jan Wrochna, Michał

We systematically describe and classify 1-dimensional Schr\"odinger equations that can be solved in terms of hypergeometric type functions. Beside the well-known families, we explicitly describe 2 new classes of exactly solvable Schr\"odinger equations that can be reduced to the Hermite equation.

Ikhdair, Sameer M/ Sever, Ramazan

The approximated energy eigenvalues and the corresponding eigenfunctions of the spherical Woods-Saxon effective potential in $D$ dimensions are obtained within the new improved quantization rule for all $l$-states. The Pekeris approximation is used to deal with the centrifugal term in the effective Woods-Saxon potential. The inter-dimensional degen...

Daoud, Mohammed Jellal, Ahmed Guejdi, Abdellah Oueld

The classical description of A_n internal degrees of freedom is given by making use of the Fock--Bargmann analytical realization. The symplectic deformation of phase space, including the internal degrees of freedom, is discussed. We show that the Moser's lemma provides a mapping to eliminate the fluctuations of the symplectic structure, which becom...

Kim, Y. S.

While modern optics is largely a physics of harmonic oscillators and two-by-two matrices, it is possible to learn about some hidden properties of the two-by-two matrix from optical systems. Since two-by-two matrices can be divided into three conjugate classes depending on their traces, optical systems force us to establish continuity from one class...

Serova, S. S. Serov, S. A.

The paper offers the full action for an electromagnetic field with electrical and magnetic charges; Feynman laws are formulated for the calculation of the interaction cross-sections for electrically and magnetically charged particles on the base of offered action within relativistic quantum field theory. Derived with formulated Feynman rules cross-...

Luo, Hailu Wen, Shuangchun Shu, Weixing Fan, Dianyuan

We resolve the breakdown of angular momentum conservation on two-dimensional photon tunneling by considering spin Hall effect (SHE) of light. This interesting effect manifests itself as polarization-dependent transverse shifts for a classic wave packet tunneling through a prism-air-prism barrier. For a certain circularly polarized component, the tr...

Bozorgnia, Nassim

The channeling of the ion recoiling after a collision with a WIMP changes the ionization signal in direct detection experiments, producing a larger signal than otherwise expected. We give estimates of the fraction of channeled recoiling ions in NaI (Tl), Si and Ge crystals using analytic models produced since the 1960's and 70's to describe channel...

Horváthy, Peter.
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Open Physics

The Maslov correction to the wave function is the jump of $$ \left( { - \frac{\pi } {2}} \right) $$ in the phase when the system passes through a caustic. This can be explained by studying the second variation and the geometry of paths, as conveniently seen in Feynman’s path integral framework. The results can be extended to any system using the se...

Hanneke, D. Hoogerheide, S. Fogwell Gabrielse, G.

Measurements with a one-electron quantum cyclotron determine the electron magnetic moment, given by $g/2 = 1.001\,159\,652\,180\,73\,(28)\,[0.28~\textrm{ppt}]$, and the fine structure constant, $\alpha^{-1}=137.035\,999\,084\,(51)\,[0.37~\textrm{ppb}]$. Brief announcements of these measurements are supplemented here with a more complete description...