TY - JOUR

T1 - Momentum space topology and non-dissipative currents

AU - Zubkov, Mikhail

AU - Khaidukov, Zakhar

AU - Abramchuk, Ruslan

N1 - Publisher Copyright:
© 2018 by the authors.

PY - 2018/12

Y1 - 2018/12

N2 - Relativistic heavy ion collisions represent an arena for the probe of various anomalous transport effects. Those effects, in turn, reveal the correspondence between the solid state physics and the high energy physics, which share the common formalism of quantum field theory. It may be shown that for the wide range of field-theoretic models, the response of various nondissipative currents to the external gauge fields is determined by the momentum space topological invariants. Thus, the anomalous transport appears to be related to the investigation of momentum space topology-the approach developed earlier mainly in the condensed matter theory. Within this methodology we analyse systematically the anomalous transport phenomena, which include, in particular, the anomalous quantum Hall effect, the chiral separation effect, the chiral magnetic effect, the chiral vortical effect and the rotational Hall effect.

AB - Relativistic heavy ion collisions represent an arena for the probe of various anomalous transport effects. Those effects, in turn, reveal the correspondence between the solid state physics and the high energy physics, which share the common formalism of quantum field theory. It may be shown that for the wide range of field-theoretic models, the response of various nondissipative currents to the external gauge fields is determined by the momentum space topological invariants. Thus, the anomalous transport appears to be related to the investigation of momentum space topology-the approach developed earlier mainly in the condensed matter theory. Within this methodology we analyse systematically the anomalous transport phenomena, which include, in particular, the anomalous quantum Hall effect, the chiral separation effect, the chiral magnetic effect, the chiral vortical effect and the rotational Hall effect.

KW - Chiral separation effect

KW - Chiral vortical effect

KW - Lattice field theory

KW - Momentum space topology

KW - Non-dissipative transport

KW - Rotational Hall effect

KW - Wigner-Weyl formalism

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=85064379100&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.3390/universe4120146

DO - 10.3390/universe4120146

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AN - SCOPUS:85064379100

SN - 2218-1997

VL - 4

JO - Universe

JF - Universe

IS - 12

M1 - 146

ER -