nLab Laughlin wavefunction

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Context

Quantum systems

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Idea

In quantum physics a Laughlin wavefunction is a certain Ansatz for an n-particle wavefunction which is meant to capture at least aspects of ground states with anyonic properties, such as for the levels in the quantum Hall effect.

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References

General

The original article:

Review:

See also:

A “hierarchy” of Laughlin-like states:

Laughlin wavefunctions as conformal blocks

Relating anyonic topologically ordered Laughlin wavefunctions to conformal blocks:

Specifically for logarithmic CFT:

Specifically for su(2)-anyons:

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