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@drahardja@sfba.social
2024-04-20 02:30:00

What in the hell masto.antovolk.co.uk/@FilmNews

@kexpmusicbot@mastodonapp.uk
2024-06-18 03:08:00

🔊 #NowPlaying on KEXP's #ElSonido
Antiprisma:
🎵 Vampiros
#Antiprisma
open.spotify.com/track/004XDnj

@emarktaylor@thecanadian.social
2024-04-19 19:21:27

@… #Golf
Via ANTIFAldo @ANTIFAldo
·
5h
“sources say player X is leaving the PGA Tour” rumor mill accounts are in shambles

@Speckdaene@nrw.social
2024-04-19 15:59:25

#Antifa "Bunt statt Braun. Gemeinsam gegen #Rechtsextremismus"
Demonstration in #Hamm am Donnerstag, 25. April 2024, von 18.00 bis ca. 19.00 Uhr ab Marktplatz Hamm (Pauluskirche)

Ein…

@arXiv_condmatstrel_bot@mastoxiv.page
2024-06-18 07:11:32

Theory of charge-6e condensed phase in Kagome lattice superconductors
Tong-Yu Lin, Guang-Ming Zhang
arxiv.org/abs/2406.11447 arxiv.org/pdf/2406.11447
arXiv:2406.11447v1 Announce Type: new
Abstract: Recently the experimental evidence of a charge-$6e$ condensed phase in the kagome superconductor $\mathrm{AV_3Sb_5}$ (J. Ge, et. al., Phys. Rev. X 14, 021025 (2024)) has sparked significant interest. At a phenomenological level, the order parameter of the $3Q$ pair-density-wave state can form either a triangular lattice or a kagome lattice, in which the vortices and antivortices locate at the center of the plaquettes. When the phase of a Cooper pair is denoted as a XY spin, the effective model for the phase fluctuation is characterized by the frustrated XY spin model on a triangular lattice with the nearest neighbour antiferromagnetic coupling or a kagome lattice with both nearest neighbour and next-nearest neighbor antiferromagnetic couplings. While both models produce $\frac{1}{3}$ fractional vortex excitations, which arise as the kinks on the domain walls in the low-energy excitations, the triangular lattice model has a much larger domain wall energy than the vortex interaction energy, so the frustrated kagome lattice model becomes unique. By developing a state-of-the-art numerical tensor network method, we rigorously solve this effective model at finite temperatures and confirm the presence of a vestigial phase with $\frac{1}{3}$ vortex-antivortex paired phase in the absence of phase coherence of Cooper pairs, which is dual to the charge-$6e$ condensed phase. Our theory provides a potential explanation for the vestigial charge-$6e$ magneto-resistant oscillations observed in the recent experimental work.

@megapenguinx@social.linux.pizza
2024-06-18 03:27:43

Seems rusty social.growyourown.services/@F

@soc_i_ety@mstdn.ca
2024-04-18 03:00:19

I'd like to think that everyone would want to be antifascist.
But fascists walk among us.
:mastodon:

@roelgrif@mstdn.social
2024-06-17 13:30:34

"Kortom, we zien opnieuw dat de sprookjesrealiteit van de PVV botst met de werkelijkheid. De PVV wil de publieke voorzieningen en diensten in krimpregio’s op peil houden, maar tegelijkertijd wil de partij niet de noodzakelijke arbeidskrachten (buiten de EU) aantrekken om deze voorzieningen degelijk te kunnen laten functioneren. De PVV durft dus geen harde suboptimale keuzes te maken; een kenmerk van een populistische partij.
"

@Speckdaene@nrw.social
2024-04-19 15:55:06

#Antifa #Quartiersdemokraten Demokratiekonferenz „Werde aktiv gegen Rechts“ Donnerstag 25.04.2024, 16:00 - 20:30, Lensing-Carrée #Dortmund

@arXiv_condmatstrel_bot@mastoxiv.page
2024-06-18 07:11:32

Theory of charge-6e condensed phase in Kagome lattice superconductors
Tong-Yu Lin, Guang-Ming Zhang
arxiv.org/abs/2406.11447 arxiv.org/pdf/2406.11447
arXiv:2406.11447v1 Announce Type: new
Abstract: Recently the experimental evidence of a charge-$6e$ condensed phase in the kagome superconductor $\mathrm{AV_3Sb_5}$ (J. Ge, et. al., Phys. Rev. X 14, 021025 (2024)) has sparked significant interest. At a phenomenological level, the order parameter of the $3Q$ pair-density-wave state can form either a triangular lattice or a kagome lattice, in which the vortices and antivortices locate at the center of the plaquettes. When the phase of a Cooper pair is denoted as a XY spin, the effective model for the phase fluctuation is characterized by the frustrated XY spin model on a triangular lattice with the nearest neighbour antiferromagnetic coupling or a kagome lattice with both nearest neighbour and next-nearest neighbor antiferromagnetic couplings. While both models produce $\frac{1}{3}$ fractional vortex excitations, which arise as the kinks on the domain walls in the low-energy excitations, the triangular lattice model has a much larger domain wall energy than the vortex interaction energy, so the frustrated kagome lattice model becomes unique. By developing a state-of-the-art numerical tensor network method, we rigorously solve this effective model at finite temperatures and confirm the presence of a vestigial phase with $\frac{1}{3}$ vortex-antivortex paired phase in the absence of phase coherence of Cooper pairs, which is dual to the charge-$6e$ condensed phase. Our theory provides a potential explanation for the vestigial charge-$6e$ magneto-resistant oscillations observed in the recent experimental work.