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An iterative method for reconstructing mass distribution in spiral galaxies using a thin disk approximation is developed. As an example, the method is applied to galaxy NGC 4736; its rotation curve does not allow one to employ a model with a massive spherical halo. We find a global mass distribution in this galaxy (without non-baryonic dark matter) that(More)
We study numerically self-trapped (polaron) states of quasiparticles (electrons, holes or excitons) in a deformable nanotube formed by a hexagonal lattice, wrapped into a cylinder (carbon-and boron nitride-type nanotube structures). We present a Hamiltonian for such a system taking into account an electron-phonon interaction, and determine conditions under(More)
It is shown how the appearance of the 1-skyrmion on the three-sphere of radius L can be understood quantitatively by analyzing spectrum of the Hessian at the identity solution. Previously, this analysis was done qualitatively by N. Manton 7 which used a conformal deformation of the identity solution. Analysis of critical appearance of solutions in the(More)
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