## What is/are Crossover Region?

Crossover Region - To describe the BCS-BEC crossover region, we include superfluid fluctuations caused by inter-band and intra-band pairing interactions associated with OFR, by extending the strong-coupling theory developed by Nozi\`eres and Schmitt-Rink to the two-band case below the superfluid phase transition temperature; however, effects of an experimentally inaccessible deep bound state are removed, to model a real $^{173}$Yb Fermi gas near OFR.^{[1]}We demonstrate the idea in a prototype alloy (Ti50(Pd40Cr10)) located at the compositional crossover region between martensite and strain glass in the temperature-composition phase diagram of Ti50(Pd50−xCrx).

^{[2]}We further show CG methylation alone in recombinase binding element of loxP site is unable to impede gene deletion; instead, CHH methylation in the crossover region is required to inhibit loxP recombination.

^{[3]}Additionally, configurations associated with the crossover region in the non-vanishing field case are predicted by the model.

^{[4]}4% and to estimate extraction yield crossover regions.

^{[5]}In this crossover region, there is a ferroelectric-relaxor boundary separating the ferroelectric and relaxor states, which is determined by the spontaneous transition from relaxor to ferroelectric state with decreasing temperature.

^{[6]}The quantum crossover region is estimated by using the quantum fidelity.

^{[7]}In addition to faster-heating and faster-cooling regions, we identify a crossover region in the phase diagram, where heating is initially slower but asymptotically faster than cooling.

^{[8]}Emphasis is focused on the one-to-one resonant interaction between hybrid and hybrid/local modes, which may be activated in the veering and crossover regions.

^{[9]}However, DMC1 and ASY1 ChIP-seq peaks were detected along the length of each chromosome, including in low-crossover regions.

^{[10]}We focus on the Ising universality class (Z2 symmetry) and show that in the crossover region of the phase diagram it is possible to efficiently extract the location of the nearest thermodynamic singularity, the Lee-Yang edge singularity, from which one can (i) determine the location of the critical point, (ii) constrain the non-universal parameters that maps the equation of state to that of the Ising model in the scaling regime, and (iii) numerically evaluate the equation of state in the vicinity of the critical point.

^{[11]}We find that the entire crossover region manifests abundant trivial zero modes, many of which showing the apparent ‘quantization’ of the zero-bias conductance peak at 2e/h, with occasional disorder-dominated peaks exceeding 2e/h.

^{[12]}The crossover region was observed at about 190 barin all isotherms in term of mole fraction-pressure plots.

^{[13]}Stochastic resonance is shown deep in the quantum regime, where spin-state fluctuations are driven by tunneling of the magnetization, and in a semiclassical crossover region, where thermally excited electrons drive transitions between ground and excited states.

^{[14]}However, the study shows that due to the size and power restriction, a performance crossover region exists where the performance of a microwave channel exceeds the performance of the optical channel.

^{[15]}04BZ ceramic located at the crossover region benefits from multiple aspects involving large polarization, low-temperature ferro–paraelectric transition as well as the relaxor feature.

^{[16]}Lastly, a morphological selection map is depicted to predict the crossover region between the two overgrowth behaviors.

^{[17]}The pressure increment of 5 bar and region from 75 bar to 330 bar allowed us to determine the position of both the upper and lower crossover region boundaries for each solute.

^{[18]}We study magnetic and charge susceptibilities in the half-filled two-dimensional triangular Hubbard model within the dual fermion approximation in the metallic, Mott insulating, and crossover regions of parameter space.

^{[19]}With a slight and acceptable loss of accuracy in the crossover region, the crossover method enforces the asymptotic singular behavior and critical exponents at the critical point.

^{[20]}It is found that different susceptibilities give different locations of the critical points in the crossover region, which suggests us to define a critical band, instead of some exclusive line in the phase diagram.

^{[21]}The value of this ratio tells the nature of the fixed point, which can be a critical point, a point of the first-order phase transition line, or a point of the crossover region.

^{[22]}The present method gives better results for the ground state energy of the system and also suggests the existence of a wider intermediate metallic phase at the charge-density-wave–spin-density-wave crossover region, which was first predicted by Takada and Chatterjee and later supported by Krishna and Chatterjee.

^{[23]}By combining experimental and computational results, a mechanism based on the differential trapping of the triplet states in spin-crossover regions is proposed for the first time to explain the impact of the fac/ mer isomerism on the overall excited-state lifetimes.

^{[24]}In particular, it is conjectured the existence of a critical point delimiting the crossover region from the first order phase transition.

^{[25]}We conclude that no signs for a narrowing of the crossover region can be found for baryon chemical potential $\mu_B < 250\;\mathrm{MeV}$.

^{[26]}However, such datasets often include many fuzzy neurites and many crossover regions that neurites are closely attached, which make neuronal shape reconstruction more challenging.

^{[27]}In the normal state of mass-imbalanced ultracold Fermi gases, consistently including strong-coupling corrections to both $\eta$ and $s$ within the self-consistent $T$-matrix approximation, we evaluate $\eta/s$ over the entire BCS (Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer)-BEC (Bose-Einstein condensation) crossover region, in the presence of mass imbalance.

^{[28]}An improved agreement with the lattice data by TVDWHRG model in the crossover region ($T\sim 0.

^{[29]}Among these are dynamical phase transitions which occur after an abrupt quench in spin chains with interactions decaying as and whose critical dynamics depend crucially on the power : for systems with the transition is sharp while for it fans out in a chaotic crossover region.

^{[30]}This is the first report of the crossover regional recombination event in PEDV genome.

^{[31]}Among these are dynamical phase transitions which occur after an abrupt quench in spin chains with interactions decaying as $r^{-\alpha}$ and whose critical dynamics depend crucially on the power $\alpha$: for systems with $\alpha 1$ it fans out in a chaotic crossover region.

^{[32]}We conclude that no signs for a narrowing of the crossover region can be found for baryon chemical potential μ B 250 MeV.

^{[33]}We investigated the superconducting fluctuation in FeSe, which is assumed to be located in the BCS--BEC crossover region, via magnetic torque measurements.

^{[34]}It is started with physics intuition to provide guiding principles to find better performers lying in the crossover region in the composition–temperature phase diagram between the ferroelectric phase and relaxor ferroelectric phase.

^{[35]}It has been known for a long time that optical response of gold nanoparticles changes drastically in a crossover region from 150 to 250 gold atoms, from a “molecule-like” to “metallic” behavior, but insufficient knowledge of atomic structures has precluded detailed computational studies on the underlying mechanisms.

^{[36]}K/\rho \right)}$at depths corresponding to the spin crossover region (~900 to ~1000 km depth), whereas outside the spin crossover region a low r/vF anomaly would be expected.

^{[37]}The program steps development through central committee by Pharmacy department at the most prominent hospital crossover regions in Saudi Arabia.

^{[38]}We show that although there are many different possibilities to define the holographic parameters, certain reasonable theoretical and phenomenological restrictions on holographic models lead to realistic and rather stable predictions for the range of temperatures in the deconfinement crossover region at small baryon densities.

^{[39]}We show that the calculated $$\kappa _{\mathrm{T}}$$κT diverges at $$T_{\mathrm{c}}$$Tc in the BCS–BEC crossover region.

^{[40]}The crossover region has been determined to be roughly 0.

^{[41]}At the crossover region we observe the suppression of long-range magnetic order, fluctuation enhancement and renormalization of electron masses.

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## Bec Crossover Region

To describe the BCS-BEC crossover region, we include superfluid fluctuations caused by inter-band and intra-band pairing interactions associated with OFR, by extending the strong-coupling theory developed by Nozi\`eres and Schmitt-Rink to the two-band case below the superfluid phase transition temperature; however, effects of an experimentally inaccessible deep bound state are removed, to model a real $^{173}$Yb Fermi gas near OFR.^{[1]}We investigated the superconducting fluctuation in FeSe, which is assumed to be located in the BCS--BEC crossover region, via magnetic torque measurements.

^{[2]}We show that the calculated $$\kappa _{\mathrm{T}}$$κT diverges at $$T_{\mathrm{c}}$$Tc in the BCS–BEC crossover region.

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## Chaotic Crossover Region

Among these are dynamical phase transitions which occur after an abrupt quench in spin chains with interactions decaying as and whose critical dynamics depend crucially on the power : for systems with the transition is sharp while for it fans out in a chaotic crossover region.^{[1]}Among these are dynamical phase transitions which occur after an abrupt quench in spin chains with interactions decaying as $r^{-\alpha}$ and whose critical dynamics depend crucially on the power $\alpha$: for systems with $\alpha 1$ it fans out in a chaotic crossover region.

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