Unexpected energy relaxation in a quantum Hall edge channel.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter
Last week saw the release of the 2016 Journal Impact Factors from Thompson Reuters, with strong performances across the JPhys series.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter is currently running a Special Issue on soft quasicrystals, guided by guest editors Primoz Ziherl & Tomonari Dotera. This week’s image is from one of the most recent articles of the issue by Sergei Rochal… Read More ›
“Venerable magnetism meets a young laser with novel results.” Can switching be realized by directly applying the fast pulse sequence of a TiS oscillator?
Fe3O2BO3 is a ludwigite with a single type of metallic ion (Fe). The ludwigites belong to the family of oxyborates and are characterized by the presence of low dimensional sub-units in the form of three legged ladders (3LL) along the… Read More ›
Recent research reveals that previously unknown relativistic physics could be at the heart of femtosecond coherent magnetism.
This weeks image come from a Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Special Issue on oxide interfaces
Employing state-of-the-art neutron scattering techniques, Fobes et al quantify the atomic-scale interactions responsible for the emergence of quantum matter.
How can this be studied through the nonlinear magnetization dynamics of coupled ferromagnetic nanowires?
Hai-Yang Zhang and Ning Xu shed some light on magnetic excitations in iron pnictides
Find out more about liquid crystals, ionic liquids, colloids and active matter in JPCM’s latest special issue.
Rare-earth clustering in sulphide and selenide materials
The Fermi-surface topology is revealed by angular-dependent magnetoresistance and quantum oscillations in LuPtBi
Our image of the week comes from Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter and a recent paper from Junje Zhang et al. investigating the chemisoption of hydrogen on graphene using molecular dynamics.
How should we think about quantum interference in metals where our established models don’t seem to work?
“By breaking disciplinary barriers, I believe condensed matter physics has placed itself at the frontier of science” – an interview with JPCM section editor Professor Talat Rahman
Talat Rahman is a Distinguished and Pegasus Professor at the Department of Physics, University of Central Florida, and section editor of the new Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter section on Physics of Chemical Processes.
How does weak bond disorder affect the classical spin liquid state in a geometrically frustrated Ising Kagome system?