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(Phys Org2)   The Chern numbers of all bulk bands are equal to zero, while at the same time chiral edge modes exist in all quasienergy gaps. Floquet then   (phys.org) divider line
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2020-07-06 8:33:04 PM  
Yeah? Well I heard that Oxygen and Magnesium were going out, and I was like
O Mg.
 
2020-07-06 10:50:35 PM  
So.. they made the atoms dance.
 
2020-07-06 11:04:16 PM  
modulate the shield frequencies.
 
2020-07-06 11:20:48 PM  
My technobabble is a bit rusty, but the basic premise is that the properties of the material in question (a Bose Einstein condensate at 39 Kelvin) can become interesting if they vibrate it with a laser. By pulsing the laser in time with the vibration of the BEC, they can create surface properties and edge properties that are different than the bulk material.
 
2020-07-06 11:52:10 PM  
It's sentences like that which made me switch my major from Biochemistry to Biology.
 
2020-07-07 12:29:47 AM  
This contribution came from Munich. I bet it is a hoot in the original German.
 
2020-07-07 1:22:48 AM  

PirateKing: My technobabble is a bit rusty, but the basic premise is that the properties of the material in question (a Bose Einstein condensate at 39 Kelvin) can become interesting if they vibrate it with a laser. By pulsing the laser in time with the vibration of the BEC, they can create surface properties and edge properties that are different than the bulk material.


So what I'm reading from you is that this is a molecular rave, right?
 
2020-07-07 2:36:06 AM  

BolloxReader: PirateKing: My technobabble is a bit rusty, but the basic premise is that the properties of the material in question (a Bose Einstein condensate at 39 Kelvin) can become interesting if they vibrate it with a laser. By pulsing the laser in time with the vibration of the BEC, they can create surface properties and edge properties that are different than the bulk material.

So what I'm reading from you is that this is a molecular rave, right?


I think I saw Kelvin 3hree 9ine at a festival before the FBI took him.
 
2020-07-07 8:16:36 AM  

BolloxReader: PirateKing: My technobabble is a bit rusty, but the basic premise is that the properties of the material in question (a Bose Einstein condensate at 39 Kelvin) can become interesting if they vibrate it with a laser. By pulsing the laser in time with the vibration of the BEC, they can create surface properties and edge properties that are different than the bulk material.

So what I'm reading from you is that this is a molecular rave, right?


More or less. Its like pushing a kid on a swing. You wait until the right moment and a little push adds to to the total energy of the system.
 
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