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Non-abelian behavior of vortices in p-wave superconductors
I am trying to understand why vortices in p-wave superconductors are actually non-abelian anyons and how this relates to Majorana modes. However I am having a hard time finding proper resources (in ...
Sep 27 '13 at 11:16
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