Hypermagnetic knots, Chern-Simons waves, and the baryon asymmetry

@inproceedings{Giovannini2000HypermagneticKC,
  title={Hypermagnetic knots, Chern-Simons waves, and the baryon asymmetry},
  author={Massimo Giovannini},
  year={2000}
}
At finite hyperconductivity and finite fermionic density the flux lines of long range hypermagnetic fields may not have a topologically trivial structure. The combined evolution of the chemical potentials and of pseudoscalar fields (like the axial Higgs field), possibly present for temperatures in the TeV range, can twist the hypercharge flux lines, producing, ultimately, hypermagnetic knots (HK). The dynamical features of the HK depend upon the various particle physics parameters of the model… CONTINUE READING

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