## 4 Citations

### Phase Slips, Dislocations, Half-Integer Vortices, Two-Fluid Hydrodynamics, and the Chiral Anomaly in Charge and Spin Density Waves

- PhysicsJournal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics
- 2021

Abstract This brief review recalls some chapters in theory of sliding incommensurate density waves which may have appeared after inspirations from studies of Dzyaloshinskii and collaborations with…

### Multi-Fluid Hydrodynamics in Charge Density Waves with Collective, Electronic, and Solitonic Densities and Currents

- PhysicsJournal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics
- 2019

We present a general scheme to approach the space time evolution of deformations, currents, and the electric field in charge density waves related to appearance of intrinsic topological defects:…

### Scattering profile from a random distribution of dislocations in a charge density wave

- Annals of Physics
- 2022

### Electrodynamics of tilted Dirac and Weyl materials: A unique platform for unusual surface plasmon polaritons

- PhysicsPhysical Review B
- 2019

The electrodynamics of Weyl semimetals (WSMs) is an extension of Maxwell's theory where in addition to field strength tensor $F_{\mu\nu}$, an axion field enters the theory which is parameterized by a…

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- Physics
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- Physics
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Remnant pockets of carriers left over after formation of a charge density wave (CDW) were brought, by virtue of transverse electric and magnetic fields, to a current-carrying state at quantized…

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### Time-Dependent Ginzburg–Landau Equation and Boltzmann Transport Equation for Charge-Density-Wave Conductors

- Physics
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- Physics
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- Physics
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- PhysicsNature materials
- 2014

A multiplet of AFM dissipation peaks arising a few nanometres above the surface of NbSe2--a layered compound exhibiting an incommensurate charge-density wave (CDW) suggest that dissipation maxima arise from hysteretic behaviour of the CDW phase as the tip oscillates at specific distances where sharp local slips occur.