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Distinctive class of dissipation-induced phase transitions and their universal characteristics

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SORIENTE, Matteo, Toni L. HEUGEL, Keita ARIMITSU, Ramasubramanian CHITRA, Oded ZILBERBERG, 2021. Distinctive class of dissipation-induced phase transitions and their universal characteristics. In: Physical Review Research. American Physical Society. 3(2), 023100. eISSN 2643-1564. Available under: doi: 10.1103/PhysRevResearch.3.023100

@article{Soriente2021Disti-55006, title={Distinctive class of dissipation-induced phase transitions and their universal characteristics}, year={2021}, doi={10.1103/PhysRevResearch.3.023100}, number={2}, volume={3}, journal={Physical Review Research}, author={Soriente, Matteo and Heugel, Toni L. and Arimitsu, Keita and Chitra, Ramasubramanian and Zilberberg, Oded}, note={Article Number: 023100} }

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