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Lowest Landau level theory of the bosonic Jain states

@inproceedings{Goldman2021LowestLL,
  title={Lowest Landau level theory of the bosonic Jain states},
  author={Hart Goldman and T. Senthil},
  year={2021}
}
Quantum Hall systems offer the most familiar setting where strong inter-particle interactions combine with the topology of single particle states to yield novel phenomena. Despite our mature understanding of these systems, an open challenge has been to to develop a microscopic theory capturing both their universal and non-universal properties, when the Hamiltonian is restricted to the non-commutative space of the lowest Landau level. Here we develop such a theory for the Jain sequence of… 

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