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Kubo Formula for Quantum Hall Effect
I'm trying to understand the Kubo Formula for the electrical conductivity in the context of the Quantum Hall Effect. My problem is that several papers, for instance the famous TKNN (1982) paper, or ...
Dec 14 '10 at 16:45
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