Theory of Conductivity of Chiral Particles


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KAILASVUORI, Janik, Bretislav SOPIK, Maxim TRUSHIN, 2013. Theory of Conductivity of Chiral Particles

@unpublished{Kailasvuori2013Theor-24552, title={Theory of Conductivity of Chiral Particles}, year={2013}, author={Kailasvuori, Janik and Sopik, Bretislav and Trushin, Maxim} }

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