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  • Continuous Tuning of Organic Phosphorescence by Diluting Triplet Diffusion at the Molecular Level. 

    Hu, J; Wyatt, PB; Gillin, WP; Ye, H (American Chemical Society, 2018-04)
    Organic long-persistent phosphorescent materials are advantageous due to the cost-effectiveness and easy processability. The organic phosphorescence is achieved by the long-lived triplet excitons, and the challenges are ...
  • Inelastic black hole scattering from charged scalar amplitudes 

    Luna, A; Nicholson, I; O Connell, D; White, CD (Springer, 2018-03)
    We explain how the lowest-order classical gravitational radiation produced during the inelastic scattering of two Schwarzschild black holes in General Relativity can be obtained from a tree scattering amplitude in gauge ...
  • Charge transport by holographic Fermi surfaces 

    Faulkner, T; Iqbal, N; Liu, H; McGreevy, J; Vegh, D (American Physical Society, 2013-08)
    We compute the contribution to the conductivity from holographic Fermi surfaces obtained from probe fermions in an AdS charged black hole. This requires calculating a certain part of the one-loop correction to a vector ...
  • Asymptotically-flat supergravity solutions deep inside the black-hole regime 

    Bena, I; Giusto, S; Martinec, EJ; Russo, R; Shigemori, M; Turton, D; Warner, NP (Springer, 2018-02-01)
    We construct an infinite family of smooth asymptotically-flat supergravity solutions that have the same charges and angular momenta as general supersymmetric D1-D5-P black holes, but have no horizon. These solutions resemble ...
  • The double copy: gravity from gluons 

    White, CD (Taylor and Francis, 2018-01)
    Three of the four fundamental forces in nature are described by so-called gauge theories, which include the effects of both relativity and quantum mechanics. Gravity, on the other hand, is described by General Relativity, ...
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