Spontaneous Conducting Boundary Channels in 1T-TaS$_{2}$

Kavli Affiliate: Jeffrey B. Neaton | First 5 Authors: T. R. Devidas, Jonathan T. Reichanadter, Shannon C. Haley, Matan Sterenberg, Joel E. Moore | Summary: Materials that transition between metal and insulator, the two opposing states that distinguish all solids, are fascinating because they underlie many mysteries in the physics of the solid state. In […]


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Spontaneous Conducting Boundary Channels in 1T-TaS$_{2}$

Kavli Affiliate: Joel E. Moore | First 5 Authors: T. R. Devidas, Jonathan T. Reichanadter, Shannon C. Haley, Matan Sterenberg, Joel E. Moore | Summary: Materials that transition between metal and insulator, the two opposing states that distinguish all solids, are fascinating because they underlie many mysteries in the physics of the solid state. In […]


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A proximitized quantum dot in germanium

Kavli Affiliate: Menno Veldhorst | First 5 Authors: Lazar Lakic, William I. L. Lawrie, David van Driel, Lucas E. A. Stehouwer, Menno Veldhorst | Summary: Planar germanium quantum wells have recently been shown to host a hard-gapped superconductor-semiconductor interface. Additionally, quantum dot spin qubits in germanium are well-suited for quantum information processing, with isotopic purification […]


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A proximitized quantum dot in germanium

Kavli Affiliate: Menno Veldhorst | First 5 Authors: Lazar Lakic, William I. L. Lawrie, David van Driel, Lucas E. A. Stehouwer, Menno Veldhorst | Summary: Planar germanium quantum wells have recently been shown to host a hard-gapped superconductor-semiconductor interface. Additionally, quantum dot spin qubits in germanium are well-suited for quantum information processing, with isotopic purification […]


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Performance of Superconducting Resonators Suspended on SiN Membranes

Kavli Affiliate: Feng Wang | First 5 Authors: Trevor Chistolini, Kyunghoon Lee, Archan Banerjee, Mohammed Alghadeer, Christian Jünger | Summary: Correlated errors in superconducting circuits due to nonequilibrium quasiparticles are a notable concern in efforts to achieve fault tolerant quantum computing. The propagation of quasiparticles causing these correlated errors can potentially be mediated by phonons […]


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Microscopic origin of twist-dependent electron transfer rate in bilayer graphene

Kavli Affiliate: David T. Limmer | First 5 Authors: Leonardo Coello Escalante, David T. Limmer, , , | Summary: Using molecular simulation and continuum dielectric theory, we consider how electrochemical kinetics are modulated as a function of twist angle in bilayer graphene electrodes. By establishing an effective connection between twist angle and the screening length […]


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Microscopic origin of twist-dependent electron transfer rate in bilayer graphene

Kavli Affiliate: David T. Limmer | First 5 Authors: Leonardo Coello Escalante, David T. Limmer, , , | Summary: Using molecular simulation and continuum dielectric theory, we consider how electrochemical kinetics are modulated as a function of twist angle in bilayer graphene electrodes. By establishing an effective connection between twist angle and the screening length […]


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Electronic and Optical Excitations in van der Waals Materials from a Non-Empirical Wannier-Localized Optimally-Tuned Screened Range-Separated Hybrid Functional

Kavli Affiliate: Jeffrey B. Neaton | First 5 Authors: María Camarasa-Gómez, Stephen E. Gant, Guy Ohad, Jeffrey B. Neaton, Ashwin Ramasubramanian | Summary: Accurate prediction of electronic and optical excitations in van der Waals (vdW) materials is a long-standing challenge for density functional theory. The recently proposed Wannier-localized optimally-tuned screened range-separated hybrid (WOT-SRSH) functional has […]


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Colloidal dispersions of sterically and electrostatically stabilized PbS quantum dots: the effect of stabilization mechanism on structure factors, second virial coefficients, and film-forming properties

Kavli Affiliate: Naomi S. Ginsberg | First 5 Authors: Ahhyun Jeong, Josh Portner, Christian P. N. Tanner, Justin C. Ondry, Chenkun Zhou | Summary: Electrostatically stabilized nanocrystals (NCs) and, in particular, quantum dots (QDs) hold promise for forming strongly coupled superlattices due to their compact and electronically conductive surface ligands. However, studies on the colloidal […]


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Suppressed self-diffusion of nanoscale constituents of a complex liquid

Kavli Affiliate: Naomi S. Ginsberg | First 5 Authors: Christian P. N. Tanner, Vivian R. K. Wall, Mumtaz Gababa, Joshua Portner, Ahhyun Jeong | Summary: The ability to understand and ultimately control the transformations and properties of various nanoscale systems, from proteins to synthetic nanomaterial assemblies, hinges on the ability to directly elucidate their dynamics […]


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