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Breakdown of quantisation in a Hubbard-Thouless pump

  title={Breakdown of quantisation in a Hubbard-Thouless pump},
  author={Anne Walter and Zijie Zhu and Marius Gachter and Joaqu'in Minguzzi and Stephan Roschinski and Kilian Sandholzer and Konrad Viebahn and Tilman Esslinger},
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