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Anyon condensation, topological quantum information scrambling, and Andreev-like reflection of non-Abelian anyons in quantum Hall interfaces

  title={Anyon condensation, topological quantum information scrambling, and Andreev-like reflection of non-Abelian anyons in quantum Hall interfaces},
  author={Ken K. W. Ma},
  • K. Ma
  • Published 22 September 2022
  • Physics, Computer Science
Quantum information scrambling is the spread of local information into correlation throughout the entire quantum many-body system. This concept has become a central topic in different con-texts. In this work, we restate the connection between anyon condensation and topological quantum information scrambling in quantum Hall interfaces. We consider the interface between the Abelian Halperin-330 state and the non-Abelian Read-Rezayi state. We verify explicitly that the interface can be fully gapped… 

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