Anomalous Fermions

@article{Sidharth1999AnomalousF,
  title={Anomalous Fermions},
  author={B. G. Sidharth},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Physics},
  year={1999},
  volume={95},
  pages={775-784}
}
  • B. Sidharth
  • Published 5 May 1999
  • Physics
  • Journal of Statistical Physics
Based on the recent model of quantum mechanical black holes, it is shown that at energies corresponding to length scales large compared to the Compton wavelength, fermions would exhibit a bosonization in character. It is also argued that in two and one spatial dimensions, fermions would exhibit, in addition, handedness and other features, characteristics which are otherwise suggested by conventional arguments. Finally, all these conclusions are verified and recent experimental confirmation is… 

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