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Materializing Rival Ground States in the Barlowite Family of Kagome Magnets: Quantum Spin Liquid, Spin Ordered, and Valence Bond Crystal States

Rebecca W. Smaha, Wei He, Jack Mingde Jiang, JiaJia Wen, Yi-Fan Jiang, John P. Sheckelton, Charles J. Titus, Suyin Grass Wang, Yu-Sheng Chen, Simon J. Teat, Adam A. Aczel, Yang Zhao, Guangyong NMN Xu, Jeffrey W. Lynn, Hong-Chen Jiang, Young S. Lee
Quantum magnet display exotic phases that may be strongly influenced by small differences in structure and composition. Comprehensive structural and magnetic


Guodong Shao, Moneer M. Helu
Digital twin has the potential to be an important technology for achieving smart manufacturing. However, there remains a lot of confusion about the concept and

Advanced Temperature-Control Chamber for Resistance Standards

Shamith U. Payagala, Alireza R. Panna, Albert F. Rigosi, Dean G. Jarrett
Calibration services for resistance metrology have continued to advance their capabilities and establish new and improved methods for maintaining standard

Comparable Enhancement of TERS signals from WeSe2 on Chromium and Gold.

Albert Davydov, Sergiy Krylyuk, Angela R. Hight Walker, Bojan R. Ilic, Andrey Krayev, Ashish Bhattarai, Alan G. Joly, Matej Velicky, Patrick Z. El-Khoury
Plasmonic tip-sample junctions, at which the incident and scattered optical fields are localized and optimally enhanced, are often exploited to achieve

Analysis of a Slug Calorimeter with a Curie Point

Jiann C. Yang, Thomas J. Ohlemiller
A lump-capacitance heat transfer model was developed to model the operation of a slug calorimeter constructed of metal with a Curie point. The resulting formula

Improving 3D Vision-Robot Registration for Assembly Tasks

Marek Franaszek, Geraldine S. Cheok, Karl Van Wyk, Jeremy A. Marvel
Quality registration between the coordinate frames of a perception system and a robot is important for the efficient operation of autonomous systems in vision
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