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JLABTHY9909 Flux Tube ZeroPoint Motion, Hadronic Charge Radii, and Hybrid Meson Production Cross Sections
, 1999
"... Flux tube zeropoint motion produces quark displacements transverse to the flux tube which make significant contributions to hadronic charge radii. In heavy quark systems, these contributions can be related by Bjorken’s sum rule to the rates for semileptonic decay to hybrid mesons. This connection c ..."
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Flux tube zeropoint motion produces quark displacements transverse to the flux tube which make significant contributions to hadronic charge radii. In heavy quark systems, these contributions can be related by Bjorken’s sum rule to the rates for semileptonic decay to hybrid mesons. This connection
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"... EPJ manuscript No. (will be inserted by the editor) Zero point motion effect on the electronic properties of diamond, transpolyacetylene and polyethylene ..."
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EPJ manuscript No. (will be inserted by the editor) Zero point motion effect on the electronic properties of diamond, transpolyacetylene and polyethylene
Metallization of Atomic Solid Hydrogen within the Extended Hubbard Model with Renormalized Wannier Wave Functions A.P. K¡dzielawa
"... dimensional simplecubic crystal of atomic hydrogen and study the effect on the crucial results concocting from approximating the 1s Slatertype orbital function with a series of p Gaussians. As a result, we find the critical metallization pressure pC = 102 GPa. The latter part is a discussion of th ..."
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of the influence of zeropoint motion on the stabilizing pressure. We show that in our model the estimate magnitude of zeropoint motion carries a little effect on the critical metallization pressure at zero temperature.
NUCMINN96/9T,DOE/ER/4042714N96 Kaon ZeroPoint Fluctuations in Neutron Star Matter
, 2008
"... We investigate the contribution of zeropoint motion, arising from fluctuations in kaon modes, to the ground state properties of neutron star matter containing a Bose condensate of kaons. The zeropoint energy is derived via the thermodynamic partition function, by integrating out fluctuations for a ..."
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We investigate the contribution of zeropoint motion, arising from fluctuations in kaon modes, to the ground state properties of neutron star matter containing a Bose condensate of kaons. The zeropoint energy is derived via the thermodynamic partition function, by integrating out fluctuations
Mechanical Lambshift analogue for the Cooperpair box
, 2001
"... We estimate the correction to the Cooperpair box energy level splitting due to the quantum motion of a coupled micromechanical gate electrode. While the correction due to zeropoint motion is very small, it should be possible to observe thermal motioninduced corrections to the photonassisted tunn ..."
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We estimate the correction to the Cooperpair box energy level splitting due to the quantum motion of a coupled micromechanical gate electrode. While the correction due to zeropoint motion is very small, it should be possible to observe thermal motioninduced corrections to the photon
NUCMINN96/9T,DOE/ER/4042714N96,nuclth/yymmddnnn Kaon ZeroPoint Fluctuations in Neutron Star Matter
, 1996
"... We investigate the contribution of zeropoint motion, arising from fluctuations in kaon modes, to the ground state properties of neutron star matter containing a Bose condensate of kaons. The zeropoint energy is derived via the thermodynamic partition function, by integrating out fluctuations for a ..."
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We investigate the contribution of zeropoint motion, arising from fluctuations in kaon modes, to the ground state properties of neutron star matter containing a Bose condensate of kaons. The zeropoint energy is derived via the thermodynamic partition function, by integrating out fluctuations
Measuring mechanical motion with a single spin
 New. J. Phys
, 2012
"... Abstract. We study theoretically the measurement of a mechanical oscillator using a single twolevel system as a detector. In a recent experiment, we used a single electronic spin associated with a nitrogenvacancy center in diamond to probe the thermal motion of a magnetized cantilever at room tem ..."
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temperature (Kolkowitz et al 2012 Science 335 1603). Here, we present a detailed analysis of the sensitivity limits of this technique, as well as the possibility to measure the zeropoint motion of the oscillator. Further, we discuss the issue of measurement backaction in sequential measurements and find
Some problems of correcting the zeropoint energy problem in classical trajectories
, 1992
"... We have examined the effects on the fundamental behavior of the dynamics of applying constraints to control the aphysical flow of zeropoint energy in classical trajectories of molecular systems. Test calculations on the popular HenonHeiles potential surface show that these costraints can induce ph ..."
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We have examined the effects on the fundamental behavior of the dynamics of applying constraints to control the aphysical flow of zeropoint energy in classical trajectories of molecular systems. Test calculations on the popular HenonHeiles potential surface show that these costraints can induce
Laboratory Density Functionals
, 2008
"... We compare several definitions of the density of a selfbound system, such as a nucleus, in relation with its centerofmass zeropoint motion. A trivial deconvolution relates the internal density to the density defined in the laboratory frame. This result is useful for the practical definition of d ..."
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We compare several definitions of the density of a selfbound system, such as a nucleus, in relation with its centerofmass zeropoint motion. A trivial deconvolution relates the internal density to the density defined in the laboratory frame. This result is useful for the practical definition
TUNNELING AS A CLASSICAL ESCAPE RATE INDUCED BY THE VACUUM ZEROPOINT RADIATION
, 2004
"... We make a brief review of the Kramers escape rate theory for the probabilistic motion of a particle in a potential well U(x), and under the influence of classical fluctuation forces. The Kramers theory is extended in order to take into account the action of the thermal and zeropoint random electrom ..."
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We make a brief review of the Kramers escape rate theory for the probabilistic motion of a particle in a potential well U(x), and under the influence of classical fluctuation forces. The Kramers theory is extended in order to take into account the action of the thermal and zeropoint random
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