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Preparation of Distant Quantum Entanglement and One‐way Quantum Steering in Hybrid Cavity‐Magnonics‐and‐Cavity‐Optomechanical Systems

  •  22 February 2024

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A cavity-magnonics-and-cavity- optomechanics hybrid system is proposed to prepare and enhance long-distance entanglement and one-way steering between magnons and phonons with the microwave cavity driven by a weakly compressed vacuum field which is generated by a flux-driven Josephson parametric amplifier. Moreover, the generated entanglement and the implementation of one-way steering show robustness to environment temperature.

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Temporal Bistability in the Dissipative Dicke‐Bose‐Hubbard System

  •  22 February 2024

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A driven-dissipative, atomic Bose-Einstein condensate in 2D Hubbard lattice, coupled to an optical cavity mode exhibits atomic superfluid and supersolid phases corresponding to normal and superradiant photonic phases (see figure). The interplay of strong Hubbard interaction and atom-cavity coupling leads to an extended coexistence region around the Dicke normal-to-superradiant transition. The resulting temporal switching dynamics are investigated.

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Hybrid Orbital Formation and Multicenter Bonding of Hydrogen Atoms and Molecules in Ti3C2${\rm Ti}_{3}{\rm C}_{2}$ MXenes

  •  22 February 2024

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The chemical bonding of hydrogen with other elements is more complex than has been thought previously. Bonding extends beyond the simple picture of conventional bonds. At the surface hydrogen atoms and molecules form bonds with adjacent Ti atoms. At interstitial sites hydrogen atoms and molecules form s-like bonds with neighboring Ti atoms and s–p hybrid orbitals with adjacent C atoms.

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Magnetic Properties of A Cavity‐Embedded Square Lattice of Quantum Dots or Antidots

  •  15 February 2024

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Electronic density, spin polarization, as well as orbital and spin magnetizations of square periodic arrays of quantum dots or antidots subjected to the influence of a far-infrared cavity photon field are obtained using quantum electrodynamical density functional theory adapted to a 2D electron gas in a transverse homogeneous magnetic field.

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