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2020
Volume: 29 Issue 9
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Active Brownian particles simulated in molecular dynamics
Liya Wang, Xinpeng Xu, Zhigang Li, and Tiezheng Qian
In the numerical studies of active particles, models consisting of a solid body and a fluid body have been well established and widely used. In this work, such an active Brownian particle (ABP) is realized in molecular dynamics (MD) simulations. Immersed in a fluid, each ABP consists of a head particle and a spherical
Chinese Physics B
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A novel method of constructing high-dimensional digital chaotic systems on finite-state automata
Jun Zheng, and Han-Ping Hu
Chinese Physics B
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Coupling analysis of transmission lines excited by space electromagnetic fields based on time domain hybrid method using parallel technique
Zhi-Hong Ye, Xiao-Lin Wu, and Yao-Yao Li
We present a time domain hybrid method to realize the fast coupling analysis of transmission lines excited by space electromagnetic fields, in which parallel finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method, interpolation scheme, and Agrawal model-based transmission line (TL) equations are organically integrated together. S
Chinese Physics B
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A double-layer heating method to generate high temperature in a two-stage multi-anvil apparatus
Bo Peng, Zili Kou, Mengxi Zhao, Mingli Jiang, Jiawei Zhang, Yipeng Wang, and Lu Zhang
Chinese Physics B
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A high performance fast-Fourier-transform spectrum analyzer for measuring spin noise spectrums
Yu Tong, Lin Wang, Wen-Zhe Zhang, Ming-Dong Zhu, Xi Qin, Min Jiang, Xing Rong, and Jiangfeng Du
A high performance fast-Fourier-transform (FFT) spectrum analyzer, which is developed for measure spin noise spectrums, is presented in this paper. The analyzer is implemented with a field-programmable-gate-arrays (FPGA) chip for data and command management. An analog-to-digital-convertor chip is integrated for analog
Chinese Physics B
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Photoelectron imaging on vibrational excitation and Rydberg intermediate states in multi-photon ionization process of NH3 molecule
Ya-Nan Sun, Yan-Hui Wang, Le-Le Song, Hai-Bin Du, Xiao-Chun Wang, Lan-Lai He, Si-Zuo Luo, Qin Yang, Jing Leng, and Fu-Chun Liu
The ionization processes of NH3 molecule are studied by photoelectron velocity map imaging technique in a linearly polarized 400-nm femtosecond laser field. The two-dimensional photoelectron images from ammonia molecules under different laser intensities are obtained. In the slow electron region, the values of kinetic
Chinese Physics B
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Precision measurements with cold atoms and trapped ions
Qiuxin Zhang, Yirong Wang, Chenhao Zhu, Yuxin Wang, Xiang Zhang, Kuiyi Gao, and Wei Zhang
Chinese Physics B
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Resonance-enhanced two-photon ionization of hydrogen atom in intense laser field investigated by Bohmian-mechanics
Yang Song, Shu Han, Yu-Jun Yang, Fu-Ming Guo, and Su-Yu Li
Resonance enhanced two-photon ionization process of hydrogen atom via the resonant laser pulse is studied by Bohmian mechanics (BM) method. By analyzing the trajectories and energies of Bohmian particles (BPs), we find that under the action of high frequency and low intensity multi-circle resonant laser pulses, the ion
Chinese Physics B
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Effects of temperature and pressure on OH laser-induced fluorescence exciting A–X (1,0) transition at high pressures
Xiaobo Tu, Linsen Wang, Xinhua Qi, Bo Yan, Jinhe Mu, and Shuang Chen
The effects of temperature and pressure on laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) of OH are numerically studied under the excitation of A–X (1,0) transition at high pressures. A detailed theoretical analysis is carried out to reveal the physical processes of LIF. It is shown that high pressure LIF measurements get greatly co
Chinese Physics B
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Raman and infrared spectra of complex low energy tetrahedral carbon allotropes from first-principles calculations
Hui Wang, Ze-Yu Zhang, Xiao-Wu Cai, Zi-Han Liu, Yong-Xiang Zhang, Zhen-Long Lv, Wei-Wei Ju, Hui-Hui Liu, Tong-Wei Li, Gang Liu, Hai-Sheng Li, Hai-Tao Yan, and Min Feng
Up to now, at least 806 carbon allotropes have been proposed theoretically. Three interesting carbon allotropes (named Pbam-32, P6/mmm, and I4ˉ3d) were recently uncovered based on a random sampling strategy combined with space group and graph theory. The calculation results show that they are superhard and remarkably s
Chinese Physics B
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Two-dimensionally controllable DSR generation from dumbbell-shaped mode-locked all-fiber laser
Zhi-Yuan Dou, Bin Zhang, Jun-Hao Cai, and Jing Hou
Chinese Physics B
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Acoustic radiation force on thin elastic shells in liquid
Run-Yang Mo, Jing Hu, Shi Chen, and Cheng-Hui Wang
Chinese Physics B
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Pre-warning information dissemination models of different media under emergencies
Anying Chen, Haoran Zhu, Xiaoyong Ni, and Guofeng Su
Pre-warning plays an important role in emergency handling, especially in urban areas with high population density like Beijing. Knowing the information dissemination mechanisms clearly could help us reduce losses and ensure the safety of human beings during emergencies. In this paper, we propose the models of pre-warni
Chinese Physics B
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Gaussian process tomography based on Bayesian data analysis for soft x-ray and AXUV diagnostics on EAST
Yan Chao, Liqing Xu, Liqun Hu, Yanmin Duan, Tianbo Wang, Yi Yuan, and Yongkuan Zhang
This work presents the Gaussian process tomography (GPT) based on Bayesian data analysis and its applications in soft x-ray (SXR) and absolute extreme ultraviolet spectroscopy (AXUV) diagnostics on experimental advanced superconducting tokamak (EAST). This is the first application of the GPT method in the AXUV diagnost
Chinese Physics B
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Epitaxial synthesis and electronic properties of monolayer Pd2Se3
Peng Fan, Rui-Zi Zhang, Jing Qi, En Li, Guo-Jian Qian, Hui Chen, Dong-Fei Wang, Qi Zheng, Qin Wang, Xiao Lin, Yu-Yang Zhang, Shixuan Du, Hofer W A, and Hong-Jun Gao
Two-dimensional (2D) materials received large amount of studies because of the enormous potential in basic science and industrial applications. Monolayer Pd2Se3 is a fascinating 2D material that was predicted to possess excellent thermoelectric, electronic, transport, and optical properties. However, the fabrication of
Chinese Physics B
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First-principles study of magnetism of 3d transition metals and nitrogen co-doped monolayer MoS2
Long Lin, Yi-Peng Guo, Chao-Zheng He, Hua-Long Tao, Jing-Tao Huang, Wei-Yang Yu, Rui-Xin Chen, Meng-Si Lou, and Long-Bin Yan
The electronic structures and magnetic properties of diverse transition metal (TM = Fe, Co, and Ni) and nitrogen (N) co-doped monolayer MoS2 are investigated by using density functional theory. The results show that the intrinsic MoS2 does not have magnetism initially, but doped with TM (TM = Fe, Co, and Ni) the MoS2 p
Chinese Physics B
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Temperature-switching logic in MoS2 single transistors
Xiaozhang Chen, Lehua Gu, Lan Liu, Huawei Chen, Jingyu Li, Chunsen Liu, and Peng Zhou
Due to their unique characteristics, two-dimensional (2D) materials have drawn great attention as promising candidates for the next generation of integrated circuits, which generate a calculation unit with a new working mechanism, called a logic transistor. To figure out the application prospects of logic transistors,
Chinese Physics B
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Entrainment mechanism of the cyanobacterial circadian clock induced by oxidized quinone
Ying Li, Guang-Kun Zhang, and Zi-Gen Song
The circadian clock is a self-sustained biological oscillator which can be entrained by environmental signals. The cyanobacteria circadian clock is the simplest one, which is composed of the proteins KaiA, KaiB and KaiC. The phosphorylation/dephosphorylation state of KaiC exhibits a circadian oscillator. KaiA and KaiB
Chinese Physics B
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Recent advances, perspectives, and challenges in ferroelectric synapses
Bo-Bo Tian, Ni Zhong, and Chun-Gang Duan
Chinese Physics B
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Recent advances in generation of terahertz vortex beams and their applications
Honggeng Wang, Qiying Song, Yi Cai, Qinggang Lin, Xiaowei Lu, Huangcheng Shangguan, Yuexia Ai, and Shixiang Xu
Last decade has witnessed a rapid development of the generation of terahertz (THz) vortex beams as well as their wide applications, mainly due to their unique combination characteristics of regular THz radiation and orbital angular momentum (OAM). Here we have reviewed the ways to generate THz vortex beams by two repre
Chinese Physics B
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Analysis of overload-based cascading failure in multilayer spatial networks
Min Zhang, Xiao-Juan Wang, Lei Jin, Mei Song, and Zhong-Hua Liao
Many complex networks in real life are embedded in space and most infrastructure networks are interdependent, such as the power system and the transport network. In this paper, we construct two cascading failure models on the multilayer spatial network. In our research, the distance l between nodes within the layer obe
Chinese Physics B
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Oscillation of S5 helix under different temperatures in determination of the open probability of TRPV1 channel
Tie Li, Jun-Wei Li, Chun-Li Pang, Hailong An, Yi-Zhao Geng, and Jing-Qin Wang
Chinese Physics B
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Research of influence of the additional electrode on Hall thruster plume by particle-in-cell simulation
Xi-Feng Cao, Hui Liu, and Da-Ren Yu
Hall thruster is an electric propulsion device for attitude control and position maintenance of satellites. The discharge process of Hall thruster will produce divergent plume. The plume will cause erosion, static electricity, and other interference to the main components, such as solar sailboard, satellite body, and t
Chinese Physics B
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Crystallization and characteristics of {100}-oriented diamond with CH4N2S additive under high pressure and high temperature
Yong Li, Debing Tan, Qiang Wang, Zhengguo Xiao, Changhai Tian, and Lin Chen
Chinese Physics B
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Tuning magnetic anisotropy by interfacial engineering in La2/3Sr1/3Co1 – xMnxO2.5 + δ/La2/3Sr1/3MnO3/La2/3Sr1/3Co1 – xMnxO2.5 + δtrilayers
Hai-Lin Huang, Liang Zhu, Hui Zhang, Jin-E Zhang, Fu-Rong Han, Jing-Hua Song, Xiaobing Chen, Yuan-Sha Chen, Jian-Wang Cai, Xue-Dong Bai, Feng-Xia Hu, Bao-Gen Shen, and J-Rong Sun
Grouping different oxide materials with coupled charge, spin, and orbital degrees of freedom together to form heterostructures provides a rich playground to explore the emergent interfacial phenomena. The perovskite/brownmillerite heterostructure is particularly interesting since symmetry mismatch may produce considera
Chinese Physics B
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Band alignment of p-type oxide/ε-Ga2O3 heterojunctions investigated by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
Chang Rao, Zeyuan Fei, Weiqu Chen, Zimin Chen, Xing Lu, Gang Wang, Xinzhong Wang, Jun Liang, and Yanli Pei
Chinese Physics B
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A 3D biophysical model for cancer spheroid cell-enhanced invasion in collagen-oriented fiber microenvironment
Miaomiao Hai, Yanping Liu, Ling Xiong, Guoqiang Li, Gao Wang, Hongfei Zhang, Jianwei Shuai, Guo Chen, and Liyu Liu
The process of in situ tumors developing into malignant tumors and exhibiting invasive behavior is extremely complicated . From a biophysical point of view, it is a phase change process affected by many factors, including cell-to-cell, cell-to-chemical material, cell-to-environment interaction, etc. In this study, we c
Chinese Physics B
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Two ultra-stable novel allotropes of tellurium few-layers
Changlin Yan, Cong Wang, Linwei Zhou, Pengjie Guo, Kai Liu, Zhong-Yi Lu, Zhihai Cheng, Yang Chai, Anlian Pan, and Wei Ji
Chinese Physics B
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Novel compact and lightweight coaxial C-band transit-time oscillator
Xiao-Bo Deng, Jun-Tao He, Jun-Pu Ling, Bing-Fang Deng, Li-Li Song, Fu-Xiang Yang, and Wei-Li Xu
Compactness and miniaturization have become increasingly important in the development of high-power microwave devices. Based on this rising demand, a novel C-band coaxial transit-time oscillator (TTO) with a low external guiding magnetic field is proposed and analyzed. The proposed device has the following advantages:
Chinese Physics B
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Evolution of electrical and magnetotransport properties with lattice strain in La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 film
Zhi-Bin Ling, Qing-Ye Zhang, Cheng-Peng Yang, Xiao-Tian Li, Wen-Shuang Liang, Yi-Qian Wang, Huai-Wen Yang, and Ji-Rong Sun
In this paper, we investigate the effects of lattice strain on the electrical and magnetotransport properties of La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 (LSMO) films by changing film thickness and substrate. For electrical properties, a resistivity upturn emerges in LSMO films, i.e., LSMO/STO and LSMO/LSAT with small lattice strain at a low te
Chinese Physics B
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Dispersion of exciton-polariton based on ZnO/MgZnO quantum wells at room temperature
Huying Zheng, Zhiyang Chen, Hai Zhu, Ziying Tang, Yaqi Wang, Haiyuan Wei, and Chongxin Shan
Chinese Physics B
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Dynamics and coherence resonance in a thermosensitive neuron driven by photocurrent
Ying Xu, Minghua Liu, Zhigang Zhu, and Jun Ma
A feasible neuron model can be effective to estimate the mode transition in neural activities in a complex electromagnetic environment. When neurons are exposed to electromagnetic field, the continuous magnetization and polarization can generate nonlinear effect on the exchange and propagation of ions in the cell, and
Chinese Physics B
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Anomalous Josephson current in quantum anomalous Hall insulator-based superconducting junctions with a domain wall structure
Qing Yan, Yan-Feng Zhou, and Qing-Feng Sun
We theoretically study the Josephson effect in a quantum anomalous Hall insulator (QAHI) nanoribbon with a domain wall structure and covered by the superconductor. The anomalous Josephson current, the nonzero supercurrent at the zero superconducting phase difference, appears with the nonzero magnetization and the suita
Chinese Physics B
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Determination of potassium sorbate and sorbic acid in agricultural products using THz time-domain spectroscopy
Yuying Jiang, Guangming Li, Ming Lv, Hongyi Ge, and Yuan Zhang
The aim of this study was to investigate the feasibility of detecting potassium sorbate (PS) and sorbic acid (SA) in agricultural products using THz time-domain spectroscopy (THz-TDS). The absorption spectra of PS and SA were measured from 0.2 to 1.6 THz at room temperature. The main characteristic absorption peaks of
Chinese Physics B
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Enhanced circular dichroism of TDBC in a metallic hole array structure
Tiantian He, Qihui Ye, and Gang Song
We investigate the enhanced chirality of chiral molecular J-aggregates (TDBC) by the propagating surface plasmons (PSPs) in the metallic hole array structure filled with TDBC. The two ends of the hole in the metal film form a low quality factor Fabry–Perot (FP) cavity, and this cavity confines PSPs. The resonant wavele
Chinese Physics B
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The drying of liquid droplets
Zechao Jiang, Xiuyuan Yang, Mengmeng Wu, and Xingkun Man
Chinese Physics B
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Effects of Re, Ta, andWin [110] (001) dislocation core of γ/γ′ interface to Ni-based superalloys: First-principles study
Chuanxi Zhu, and Tao Yu
Chinese Physics B
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Epitaxial growth of antimony nanofilms on HOPG and thermal desorption to control the film thickness
Shuya Xing, Le Lei, Haoyu Dong, Jianfeng Guo, Feiyue Cao, Shangzhi Gu, Sabir Hussain, Fei Pang, Wei Ji, Rui Xu, and Zhihai Cheng
Group-V elemental nanofilms were predicted to exhibit interesting physical properties such as nontrivial topological properties due to their strong spin–orbit coupling, the quantum confinement, and surface effect. It was reported that the ultrathin Sb nanofilms can undergo a series of topological transitions as a funct
Chinese Physics B
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
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Effect of radio frequency bias on plasma characteristics of inductively coupled argon discharge based on fluid simulations
Xiao-Yan Sun, Yu-Ru Zhang, Sen Chai, You-Nian Wang, Yan-Yan Chu, and Jian-Xin He
A fluid model is employed to investigate the effect of radio frequency bias on the behavior of an argon inductively coupled plasma (ICP). In particular, the effects of ICP source power, single-frequency bias power, and dual-frequency bias power on the characteristics of ICP are simulated at a fixed pressure of 30 mTorr
Chinese Physics B
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An extended cellular automata model with modified floor field for evacuation
Da-Hui Qin, Yun-Fei Duan, Dong Cheng, Ming-Zhu Su, and Yong-Bo Shao
Chinese Physics B
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Asymmetric dynamic behaviors of magnetic domain wall in trapezoid-cross-section nanostrip
Xiao-Ping Ma, Hong-Guang Piao, Lei Yang, Dong-Hyun Kim, Chun-Yeol You, and Liqing Pan
Chinese Physics B
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Charge structure factors of doped armchair nanotubes in the presence of electron–phonon interaction
Hamed Rezania, and Farshad Azizi
We present the behaviors of both dynamical and static charge susceptibilities of doped armchair nanotubes using the Green function approach in the context of Holstein-model Hamiltonian. Specially, the effects of magnetization and gap parameter on the the plasmon modes of armchair nanotube are investigated via calculati
Chinese Physics B
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Effect of annealing temperature on interfacial and electrical performance of Au–Pt–Ti/HfAlO/InAlAs metal–oxide–semiconductor capacitor
He Guan, Cheng-Yu Jiang, and Shao-Xi Wang
HfAlO/InAlAs metal–oxide–semiconductor capacitor (MOS capacitor) is considered as the most popular candidate of the isolated gate of InAs/AlSb high electron mobility transistor (HEMT). In order to improve the performance of the HfAlO/InAlAs MOS-capacitor, samples are annealed at different temperatures for investigating
Chinese Physics B
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Intercalation of van der Waals layered materials: A route towards engineering of electron correlation
Jingjing Niu, Wenjie Zhang, Zhilin Li, Sixian Yang, Dayu Yan, Shulin Chen, Zhepeng Zhang, Yanfeng Zhang, Xinguo Ren, Peng Gao, Youguo Shi, Dapeng Yu, and Xiaosong Wu
Chinese Physics B
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High performance Cu2O film/ZnO nanowires self-powered photodetector by electrochemical deposition
Deshuang Guo, Wei Li, Dengkui Wang, Bingheng Meng, Dan Fang, and Zhipeng Wei
Chinese Physics B
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Optical Field Manipulation
Hybrid vector beams with non-uniform orbital angular momentum density induced by designed azimuthal polarization gradient
Lei Han, Shuxia Qi, Sheng Liu, Peng Li, Huachao Cheng, and Jianlin Zhao
Chinese Physics B
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Physics in Neuromorphic Devices
Review of resistive switching mechanisms for memristive neuromorphic devices
Rui Yang
Chinese Physics B
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