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Chiral Magnetic Effect out of equilibrium

@inproceedings{Banerjee2022ChiralME,
  title={Chiral Magnetic Effect out of equilibrium},
  author={Chitradip Banerjee and Meir Lewkowicz and Mikhail A. Zubkov},
  year={2022}
}
We consider relativistic fermionic systems in lattice regularization out of equilibrium. The chiral magnetic conductivity σ CME is calculated in spatially infinite system for the case when the chiral chemical potential depends on time while the system initially was in thermal equilibrium at small but nonzero temperature. We find that the frequency dependent σ CME ( ω ) for any nonzero ω both in the limits ω (cid:28) T and ω (cid:29) T is equal to its conventional value 1 when the lattice model… 

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