Enhancement in breaking of time-reversal invariance in the quantum kicked rotor

@article{Agrawal2021EnhancementIB,
  title={Enhancement in breaking of time-reversal invariance in the quantum kicked rotor},
  author={Ramgopal Agrawal and Akhilesh Pandey and Sanjay Puri},
  journal={Physical Review E},
  year={2021}
}
Ramgopal Agrawal,∗ Akhilesh Pandey,† and Sanjay Puri‡ School of Physical Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi – 110067, India. Abstract We study the breaking of time-reversal invariance (TRI) by the application of a magnetic field in the quantum kicked rotor (QKR), using Izrailev’s finite-dimensional model. There is a continuous crossover from TRI to time-reversal non-invariance (TRNI) in the spectral and eigenvector fluctuations of the QKR. We show that the properties of this TRI… 

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