Possible higher order correction to the chiral vortical conductivity in a gauge field plasma

@article{Hou2012PossibleHO,
  title={Possible higher order correction to the chiral vortical conductivity in a gauge field plasma},
  author={Defu Hou and Hui Liu and Hai-cang Ren},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2012},
  volume={86},
  pages={121703}
}
The two-loop contributions to the chiral vortical conductivity are considered. The Kubo formula together with the anomalous Ward identity of the axial vector current suggest that there may be a nonzero correction to the coefficient of the ${T}^{2}$ term of the conductivity. 

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