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Effective Field Theory and Quantum Hall Physics

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Using standard high-energy effective field theory techniques, we study fractional quantum Hall states. Starting with the Dirac composite fermion model, which is manifestly particle-hole symmetric, we calculate various physical quantities. In a “large N” limit we derive various transport functions and demonstrate that they obey the expected relations of particle-hole symmetry, while earlier composite fermion descriptions did not.

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