Persistent current of SU(N) fermions

@article{Chetcuti2020PersistentCO,
  title={Persistent current of SU(N) fermions},
  author={Wayne Jordan Chetcuti and Tobias Haug and Leong Chuan Kwek and Luigi Amico},
  journal={SciPost Physics},
  year={2020}
}
We study the persistent current in a system of SU(N) fermions with repulsive interaction, confined in a ring-shaped potential and pierced by an effective magnetic flux. Several surprising effects emerge. As a combined result of spin correlations, (effective) magnetic flux and interaction, spinons can be created in the ground state such that the elementary flux quantum can change its nature. The persistent current landscape is affected dramatically by these changes. In particular, it displays a… 

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