### Danielle Holz, Aaaron R. Hall, Eiji Usukura, Sawako Yamashiro, Naoki Watanabe and Dimitrios Vavylonis

##### eLife 11:e69031(2022)

Publication: Lehigh Physics with Kyoto University

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Danielle Holz, Aaaron R. Hall, Eiji Usukura, Sawako Yamashiro, Naoki Watanabe and Dimitrios VavyloniseLife 11:e69031(2022)Publication: Lehigh Physics with Kyoto University Image

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S. Cremonini, M. Cvetič, C. N. Pope, and A. Saha Phys. Rev. D 106, 086007 – Published 13 October 2022 Motivated by recent studies of long-range forces between identical black holes, we extend these considerations by investigating the forces between two nonidentical black holes…

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Motivated by recent studies of long-range forces between identical black holes, we extend these considerations by investigating the forces between two nonidentical black holes. We focus on classes of theories where charged black holes can have extremal limits that are not BPS. These theories, which live in arbitrary spacetime dimension, comprise gravity coupled to *N* 2-form field strengths and (*N* − 1) scalar fields. In the solutions we consider, each field strength carries an electric charge. The black hole solutions are governed by the *SL* (*N* + 1, *R*) Toda equations. In four dimensions, the black hole solutions in the *SL*(3, *R*) example are equivalent to the “Kaluza-Klein dyons.” We find that any pair of such extremal black holes that are not identical (up to overall scaling) will repel one another. We also show that there can exist pairs of non-extremal, nonidentical black holes which obey a zero-force condition. Finally, we find indications of similar results in the higher examples, such as *SL*(4, *R*).

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Ding Zhang and Ariel Sommer Physical Review Research 4, 023231 (2022) The interface between a strongly polarized normal gas and a weakly polarized superfluid at finite temperature presents a model for understanding transport at normal-superfluid and normal-superconductor…

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The interface between a strongly polarized normal gas and a weakly polarized superfluid at finite temperature presents a model for understanding transport at normal-superfluid and normal-superconductor interfaces.

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