Robust quantum transport at particle-hole symmetry

@article{Mandal2021RobustQT,
  title={Robust quantum transport at particle-hole symmetry},
  author={Ipsita Mandal and Klaus Ziegler},
  journal={Europhysics Letters},
  year={2021},
  volume={135}
}
We study quantum transport in disordered systems with particle-hole symmetric Hamiltonians. The particle-hole symmetry is spontaneously broken after averaging with respect to disorder, and the resulting massless mode is treated in a random-phase representation of the invariant measure of the symmetry group. We compute the resulting fermionic functional integral of the average two-particle Green's function in a perturbation theory around the diffusive limit. The results up to two-loop order show… 
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