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2012

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2012

One of the defining properties of the conventional three-dimensional ("$\mathbb{Z}_2$-", or "spin-orbit"-) topological insulator… Expand

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2012

2012

Pulsar electrodynamics has been built up by taking ingredients from two models, the vacuum-dipole model, which ignores the… Expand

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2009

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2009

Abstract In this study we present data from 17 Titan flybys showing that solar photons are the main ionisation source of Titan's… Expand

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2008

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2008

The magnetoelectric effect of chromium sesquioxide Cr2O3 has been determined experimentally as a function of temperature. One… Expand

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2004

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2004

(1) In this paper we investigate how the parameters of the ionosphere and the low-altitude magnetosphere mediate the formation… Expand

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2002

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2002

We give a derivation of general relativity (GR) and the gauge principle that is novel in presupposing neither spacetime nor the… Expand

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2001

2001

Abstract We consider noncommutative analogs of scalar electrodynamics and N = 2 D = 4 SUSY Yang-Mills theory. We show that one… Expand

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1999

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1999

We study the central extensions of the N=1 superalgebras relevant to the soliton solutions with the axial geometry--strings, wall… Expand

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1996

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1996

Preface. Part I: Prelude. 1. Quantum mechanics and the real world. 2. Quantum mechanics as a stochastic theory. 3. Elements of… Expand

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1976

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1976

Abstract The massive Schwinger model is quantum electrodynamics of a Dirac particle of mass m and charge e in 1 + 1 dimensions… Expand

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