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Paper of Editors’ Choice in JPSJ

A paper written by Professor Kenji Yonemitsu (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Department of Physics) and Keita Nishioka (Research Institute for Science and Engineering) was featured as a Paper of Editors’ Choice in the September 2013 issue of the Journal of the Physical Society of Japan (JPSJ).

The JPSJ is a collection of English-language academic papers published by the Physical Society of Japan. The journal is published monthly in order to spread throughout the world the latest results of physics research from Japan.

Papers of Editors’ Choice are selected by editors from among all published research papers as being worthy of special attention. Authors create an easy-to-understand summary of the paper.

Professor Kenji Yonemitsu (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Department of Physics) directs the Laboratory of Correlated Electron System Physical Properties. The laboratory conducts theoretical research on the dynamics and expression mechanism for physical properties among molecules.

Title:
Intra- and Interdimer Electron–Phonon Concerted Mechanism of Photoinduced Charge-Order Melting in Metal Complex Et2Me2Sb [Pd(dmit)2]