Q-chains in the U(1)-gauged Friedberg-Lee-Sirlin model

@article{Loiko2021QchainsIT,
  title={Q-chains in the U(1)-gauged Friedberg-Lee-Sirlin model},
  author={V. Loiko and Ilya Perapechka and Yasha Shnir},
  journal={Europhysics Letters},
  year={2021},
  volume={133}
}
We construct static axially symmetric multi-Q-ball configurations in the U(1)-gauged two-component Fridberg-Lee-Sirlin model in a flat spacetime. The solutions represent electromagnetically bounded chains of stationary spinning charged Q-balls placed along the axis of symmetry. We discuss the properties of these configurations and exhibit their domain of existence. 
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