DC conductivity of magnetised holographic matter

@article{Donos2015DCCO,
  title={DC conductivity of magnetised holographic matter},
  author={Aristomenis Donos and Jerome P. Gauntlett and Tom Griffin and Luis Melgar},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={2016},
  pages={1-37}
}
A bstractWe consider general black hole solutions of Einstein-Maxwell-scalar theory that are holographically dual to conformal field theories at finite charge density with nonvanishing magnetic fields and local magnetisation currents, which generically break translation invariance explicitly. We show that the thermoelectric DC conductivity of the field theory can be obtained by solving a system of generalised Stokes equations on the black hole horizon. For various examples, including Q-lattices… 

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