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Physical Review D 50th Anniversary Milestones

This collection of seminal papers from PRD highlights research that remains central to developments today in particle physics, quantum field and string theory, gravitation, cosmology, and particle astrophysics.

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NEWS AND COMMENTARY

March 30, 2021

New calculations show that spinning black holes—unlike nonspinning ones—can be tidally deformed by a nonsymmetric gravitational field.

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Alexandre Le Tiec and Marc Casals
Phys. Rev. Lett. 126, 131102 (2021)


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Singularities of thermal correlators at strong coupling

The authors investigate singularities of 2-point functions in CFTs at finite temperature as they appear in the holographic dual description, namely along null-geodesics in the bulk geometry. Finite temperature implies that the geometry of the holographic dual description is a rather involved one with black holes, however, the authors apply a number of clever approximations to compute string theory corrections (finite ‘t Hooft coupling λ) for the propagators which ultimately resolve these singularities through tidal forces in the black hole geometry.

Matthew Dodelson and Hirosi Ooguri
Phys. Rev. D 103, 066018 (2021)


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Electroweak restoration at the LHC and beyond: The Vh channel

Electroweak symmetry breaking is a key feature of the Standard Model, and at high energies we should see “restoration” of the full symmetry. In this paper, the authors show how the Vh channel can be used to observe this phenomenon at the LHC, effectively demonstrating the Goldstone Boson Equivalence Theorem in practice.

Li Huang, Samuel D. Lane, Ian M. Lewis, and Zhen Liu
Phys. Rev. D 103, 053007 (2021)


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Atacama Cosmology Telescope: Combined kinematic and thermal Sunyaev-Zel’dovich measurements from BOSS CMASS and LOWZ halos

The imprint left on the cosmic microwave background (CMB) from CMB photons scattering off high-energy electrons in galaxies and clusters is known as the Sunyaev-Zel’dovich (SZ) effect and is the subject of these two papers from the Atacama Cosmology Telescope (ACT). ACT measurements combined with those of Planck and BOSS are shown to provide a rich picture of the electron gas thermodynamics of the galactic and cluster medium. This can be used to test and improve cosmological simulations relevant for upcoming experiments.

Stefania Amodeo et al.

Emmanuel Schaan et al. (Atacama Cosmology Telescope Collaboration)
Phys. Rev. D 103, 063513 (2021)


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March 11, 2021

The detection of a new particle containing both charm and strange quarks could offer new insights into how hadrons form.

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M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 126, 102001 (2021)


EDITORIAL

Editorial: Eight Journals Introduce Letters

March 9, 2021

At the beginning of 2021, eight Physical Review journals began publishing Letters which are intended for the accelerated publication of important new results targeted to the specific readership of each journal.


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Promoting Inclusive and Respectful Communications

November 18, 2020

APS Editor in Chief, Michael Thoennessen, discusses a new opportunity for communicating authors to include their pronouns together with their contact email in order to promote a more respectful, inclusive, and equitable environment.


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FEATURED IN PHYSICS

From nature’s tiniest particles to waves that traverse the Universe—physicists remember resounding finds from the last half-century.

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Vol. 103, Iss. 7-8 — April 2021

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Announcements

APS Announces Outstanding Referees for 2021
February 24, 2021

APS has selected 151 Outstanding Referees for 2021 who have demonstrated exceptional work in the assessment of manuscripts published in the Physical Review journals. A full list of the Outstanding Referees is available online.

Rapid Communications papers will now be Letters
November 23, 2020

Starting January 1, 2021, the Rapid Communications article type will be renamed to Letters. With this change, all eight Physical Review journals that had previously classified articles of the type “Rapid Communications” will adopt the practice of Physical Review Applied and now publish such articles as Letters. Learn more

Information on SCOAP3 and Physical Review journals
January 3, 2018

High Energy Physics (HEP) papers published after January 1, 2018 in Physical Review Letters, Physical Review C, and Physical Review D are published open access, paid for centrally by SCOAP3. Library subscriptions will be modified accordingly. This arrangement will initially last for two years, up to the end of 2019.

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