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Understanding the physical systems from their underlying geometrical and topological properties

Cirilo-Lombardo, Diego Julio (Dubna, JINR)

Published in: Phys.Part.Nucl.Lett.
Year: 2016
Vol.: 13    Num./Issue: 1
Page No: 26-31
Pages: 6
Year: 2016-01-06 published

Abstract: As it is well known, a certain lack of theoretical understanding of the mechanisms governing the various phenomena exists in several areas of physics. In particular, it concerns those which involve transport of charged particles in low dimensions. In this work the physics of the 2-dimensional charge transport with parallel (in plane) magnetic field is analyzed from the geometrical and algebraic viewpoint making emphasis of how the physical interpretation arises from a consistent mathematical formulation of the problem. As a new result of this investigation with respect to the current literature we explicitly show that: (i) the specific form of the low dimensional Dirac equation enforces the field solution to fulfil the Majorana condition, (ii) the quantum Hall effect is successfully explained, (iii) a new topological effect (as the described by the Aharonov–Casher theorems) is presented and (iv) the link with supersymmetrical models is briefly commented.

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DOI: 10.1134/S154747711601009X
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