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Energy magnetization and transport in systems with a non-zero Berry curvature in a magnetic field

@inproceedings{Panigrahi2021EnergyMA,
  title={Energy magnetization and transport in systems with a non-zero Berry curvature in a magnetic field},
  author={Archisman Panigrahi and Subroto Mukerjee},
  year={2021}
}
We demonstrate that the well-known expression for the charge magnetization of a sample with a non-zero Berry curvature can be obtained by demanding that the Einstein relation holds for the electric transport current. We extend this formalism to the transport energy current and show that the energy magnetization must satisfy a particular condition. We provide a physical interpretation of this condition and relate the energy magnetization to circulating energy currents due to chiral edge states… Expand

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