Return of the Hexatic : A Quantum Vortex Fluid?

1. Melting of the Vortex Lattice through Intermediate Hexatic Fluid in an a-MoGe Thin Film
Authors: I. Roy, S. Dutta, A. N. R. Choudhury, S. Basistha, I. Maccari, S. Mandal, J. Jesudasan, V. Bagwe, C. Castellani, L. Benfatto, and P. Raychaudhuri
Phys. Rev. Lett., 122, 047001 (2019); DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.122.047001

2. Evidence of Quantum Vortex Fluid in the Mixed State of a Very Weakly Pinned a-MoGe Thin Film
Authors: S. Dutta, I. Roy, S. Mandal, S. Basistha, J. Jesudasan, V. Bagwe, and P. Raychaudhuri
arXiv:1905.01045

Recommended with a commentary by Daniel Arovas, University of California, San Diego
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JCCM_July_2019_01

Viscoelasticity Cannot Create Stability

1. Delayed instabilities in viscoelastic solids through a metric description
Authors: E. Urbach and E. Efrati
arXiv:1711.09491

2. The metric description of viscoelasticity and instabilities in viscoelastic solids
Authors: E. Urbach and E. Efrati
arXiv:1806.01237

Recommended with a commentary by Sam Dillavou and Shmuel Rubinstein, Harvard University
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JCCM_July_2019_02

Observation of Helical Edge Transport in a Screened Graphene

Helical quantum Hall phase in graphene on SrTiO3
Authors: Louis Veyrat, Corentin Déprez, Alexis Coissard, Xiaoxi Li, Frédéric Gay, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Zheng Han, Benjamin A. Piot, Hermann Sellier, and Benjamin Sacépé
arXiv:1907.02299

Recommended with a commentary by Leonid I. Glazman, Yale University
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JCCM_July_2019_03

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