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Quantum gravity, torsion, parity violation, and all that
We discuss the issue of parity violation in quantum gravity. In particular, we study the coupling of fermionic degrees of freedom in the presence of torsion and the physical meaning of the ImmirziExpand
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Short distance versus long distance physics: The classical limit of the minimal length uncertainty relation
We continue our investigation of the phenomenological implications of the ``deformed'' commutation relationsExpand
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Exact solution of the harmonic oscillator in arbitrary dimensions with minimal length uncertainty relations
We determine the energy eigenvalues and eigenfunctions of the harmonic oscillator where the coordinates and momenta are assumed to obey the modified commutation relationsExpand
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Higher mass scales and mass hierarchies
Abstract The impact of new interactions at very high energies on the spontaneous breaking of chiral symmetry in gauge field theories is studied. Described at low energies by higher dimensionExpand
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On the Minimal Length Uncertainty Relation and the Foundations of String Theory
We review our work on the minimal length uncertainty relation as suggested by perturbative string theory. We discuss simple phenomenological implications of the minimal length uncertainty relationExpand
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Effect of the minimal length uncertainty relation on the density of states and the cosmological constant problem
We investigate the effect of the minimal length uncertainty relation, motivated by perturbative string theory, on the density of states in momentum space. The relation is implemented through theExpand
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An Illustrated Guide to Relativity
Preface Part I. Kinematics: 1. Introduction 2. Basics 3. Galilean relativity 4. Einsteinian relativity 5. Causality 6. Consequences 7. Summary of Part I Part II. Problems: 8. Qualitative problems 9.Expand
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Fermi Surface and Pseudogap Evolution in a Cuprate Superconductor
Under the Dome The superconducting transition temperature Tc of copper oxides has a dome-shaped dependence on chemical doping. Whether there is a quantum critical point (QCP) beneath the dome, andExpand
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Magnetic structure and the crystal field excitation in heavy-fermion antiferromagnetic superconductor CePt3Si
Neutron scattering experiments have been carried out on the heavy fermion antiferromagnetic (AFM) superconductor CePt3Si with TN = 2.2 K and TSC = 0.75 K. We observed clear AFM Bragg reflections withExpand
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