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23 April 2024
 
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$2n$ Quasihole States Realize $2^{n-1}$-Dimensional Spinor Braiding Statistics in Paired Quantum Hall States
Chetan Nayak ; Frank Wilczek ;
Date 23 May 1996
Subject cond-mat
AffiliationPrinceton) and Frank Wilczek (IAS
AbstractBy explicitly identifying a basis valid for any number of electrons, we demonstrate that simple multi-quasihole wavefunctions for the $ u=1/2$ Pfaffian paired Hall state exhibit an exponential degeneracy at fixed positions. Indeed, we conjecture that for $2n$ quasiholes the states realize a spinor representation of an expanded (continuous) nonabelian statistics group $SO(2n)$. In the four quasihole case, this is supported by an explicit calculation of the corresponding conformal blocks in the $c={1over2}+1$ conformal field theory. We present an argument for the universality of this result, which is significant for the foundations of fractional statistics generally. We note, for annular geometry, an amusing analogue to black hole entropy. We predict, as a generic consequence, glassy behavior. Many of our considerations also apply to a form of the (3,3,1) state.
Source arXiv, cond-mat/9605145
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