Tag Archives: APS Physics

Martian Rocks Produced Bio-Friendly Gas Long Ago

Iron-rich rocks in Minnesota give a proxy view into how aqueous interactions with Martian rocks could have shaped that planet’s early environment Continue reading

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Pore Collapse Leads to Universal Banded Patterns

A model attributes the propagating bands that appear in a compressed porous medium to structural changes alone. Continue reading

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A Liquid Method to Prepare Ion Beams

A liquid-metal jet can strip electrons from a high-intensity, accelerator-based ion beam, increasing the beam’s charge and enhancing accelerator performance. Continue reading

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Fluid Dynamics of Clouds

In a series of invited papers, researchers discuss new tools for reducing uncertainties in climate models associated with cloud formation and
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Parametric Amplification for Silicon Quantum Devices

A new design based on the quantum capacitance of a silicon quantum dot could enable scalable, high-fidelity qubit readout. Continue reading

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A Quick Way to Measure Isotope Ratios

A new laser-based method allows scientists to detect the isotope concentration of different chemicals in a gas in a short time. Continue reading

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Unpolarized Light Could Separate Chiral Molecules

Numerical simulations suggest that unpolarized light with a twisted phase could help sort left- and right-handed molecules into separate ring-shaped traps. Continue reading

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The Two Structures of Hot Dense Ice

Experiments indicate that superionic ice can exist in two stable crystal structures. Continue reading

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Serenading a Troubled Ocean

A musical composition based on traditional Filipino poetry communicates the impact of climate change on coastal communities. Continue reading

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Predicting Fickle Electricity Markets

Identifying and explaining patterns in volatile electricity prices could help small-scale wind and solar producers to integrate with the power grid. Continue reading

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