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Frontiers of Physics 2013年第3期

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Cover: Dark solitons are localized defects in defocusing systems, and manifest themselves in repulsive Bose–Einstein condensate as a notch in the condensate density and a phase jump across the center. Ring dark solitons are candidates for observing long-time behaviors of 2D dark solitons, and their relevant explorations in the Bose–Einstein condensate began in 2003. It was shown that deeper ring dark solitons inclined to suffer snaking instabilities with a lifetime less than 20 milliseconds. In spinor Bose-Einstein condensates, however, ring dark solitons show more favorable stability comparing to that in scalar Bose–Einstein condensates. The deepest ring dark soliton can enjoy a lifetime of more than 40 milliseconds before decaying into four vortex and anti-vortex pairs. In addition, it can be found that the ring dark soliton in 87Rb condensate lives about 12 milliseconds longer than that in 23Na condensate, and this should be ascribed to the different spin-dependent interactions for these two kinds of condensates. The following dynamics of the vortex and anti-vortex pairs shows periodical oscillations, which is a common characteristic between 23Na and 87Rb condensates. For more detailed information, please refer to the article “Ground states, solitons and spin textures in spin-1 Bose–Einstein condensates” by Shu-Wei Song et al., pp 302–318. [Photo credits: Shu-Wei Song, Institute of Physics, CAS]



Special Section: Physics Beyond the Standard Model




Recent progress in physics beyond the standard model

Shou-Hua Zhu


Review Articles


Overviewon neutrinos and the Daya Bay experiment
Miao He


SUSYsearches at ATLAS

Pascal Pralavorio, on behalf of the ATLAS Collaboration


Resultson non-SUSY searches for physics beyond standard model in ppcollisionsat CMS

Adrian Perieanu, on behalf of the CMS collaboration


Higgsboson searches at the Tevatron

Gavin J. Davies, on behalf of the CDF and D0 Collaborations


Distinguishmodels mimicking the SM Higgs

Jung Chang, Kingman Cheung*, Po-Yan Tseng, Tzu-Chiang Yuan




Perspectiveson Higgs boson and supersymmetry

Pran Nath


Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics


Review Article


Groundstates, solitons and spin textures in spin-1 Bose-Einstein condensates

Shu-Wei Song, Lin Wen, Chao-Fei Liu, S.-C. Gou, Wu-Ming Liu*


Research Article


Analyticalsolutions for the spin-1 Bose-Einstein condensate in a harmonic trap

Yu-Ren Shi*, Xue-Ling Wang, Guang-Hui Wang, Cong-Bo Liu, Zhi-Gang Zhou, Hong-Juan Yang


Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics, Gravity, Cosmology, and Astrophysics


Review Article


Recentdevelopment in SU(3) covariant baryonchiral perturbation theory

Li-Sheng Geng


Soft Matter, Biological Physics, Statistical Physics, and
Interdisciplinary Physics


Research Article


Propagationdynamics on the Fermi-Pasta-Ulam lattices

Zong-Qiang Yuan, Zhi-Gang Zheng*


Special Focus


The Beijing–Hong Kong–Singapore Joint Centre for

Nonlinear and Complex Systems, Beijing Normal University


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