Inhomogeneous Phases in the Chirally Imbalanced 2 + 1-Dimensional Gross-Neveu Model and Their Absence in the Continuum Limit

@article{Pannullo2022InhomogeneousPI,
  title={Inhomogeneous Phases in the Chirally Imbalanced 2 + 1-Dimensional Gross-Neveu Model and Their Absence in the Continuum Limit},
  author={Laurin Pannullo and Marc Wagner and Marc Winstel},
  journal={Symmetry},
  year={2022},
  volume={14},
  pages={265}
}
We study the μ-μ45-T phase diagram of the 2+1-dimensional Gross-Neveu model, where μ denotes the ordinary chemical potential, μ45 the chiral chemical potential and T the temperature. We use the mean-field approximation and two different lattice regularizations with naive chiral fermions. An inhomogeneous phase at finite lattice spacing is found for one of the two regularizations. Our results suggest that there is no inhomogeneous phase in the continuum limit. We show that a chiral chemical… 

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