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Emission Distribution for the quantas of Maxwell-Chern-Simon Gauge Field coupled to External Current

@inproceedings{Kar2021EmissionDF,
  title={Emission Distribution for the quantas of Maxwell-Chern-Simon Gauge Field coupled to External Current},
  author={Tiyasa Kar},
  year={2021}
}
In this paper, we have investigated the nature of emission distribution of the Maxwell Chern Simon (MCS) Theory in 2+1 dimension. The distribution of the topologically massive quanta seems to be Poissionian in nature just like the Maxwell field theory in 3+1 dimension but with a condition, without which the distribution takes an indeterminate form when we make the coupling term approach 0. 

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