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any particle that obeys Fermi-Dirac statistics and is subject to the Pauli exclusion principle

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The couplings of the Composite Higgs to gluons and photons, [[kappa].sub.g] and [[kappa].sub.[gamma]], are functions of the modifications of the couplings to fermions and gauge bosons, which appear at one-loop order; that is, [[kappa].sup.2.sub.g] = 1.06[[kappa].sup.2.sub.t] + 0.01[[kappa].sup.2.sub.b] - 0.07[[kappa].sub.b][[kappa].sub.t] and [[kappa].sup.2.sub.[gamma]] = 1.59[[kappa].sup.2.sub.V] + 0.07[[kappa].sup.2.sub.t] -0.66[[kappa].sub.V][[kappa].sub.t] [4, 53].
The researchers found that while relativistic theory only allows a single species of Weyl fermions to exist, in condensed matter solids two physically distinct Weyl fermions are possible.
This pattern suggests that a pair of Majorana fermions formed at opposing ends of the nanowire, Kouwenhoven says.
We express the typical spin of fermions through parameters of their characteristic contour, being restricted to self-evident cases, namely:
The study deduced that the neutrino oscillation and confinement of quarks divulge the presence of a conceptual significance in the development of general fermion equation.
Majorana fermions -- or rather, their quasiparticle doppelgangers -- can be made to move in a rather unique twisting fashion as they shoot down a conductor.
Bosons: [PSI](1,2) = [PSI](2,1) Fermions: [PSI](1,2) = -[PSI](2,1).
Zhang, "Anisotropic weyl fermions from the quasiparticle excitation spectrum of a 3D fulde-ferrell superfluid," Physical Review Letters, vol.
Thus, quantum gravity effects might make fermions and scalars experience different (effective) Hawking temperatures.
In order for superconductivity to occur, the fermions (particles that follow Fermi-Dirac statistics) must pair up.
For example, it was recently realised that isolated touching points of these bands can be stabilised by certain crystalline symmetries, creating so-called Dirac fermions in the bulk electronic structure.
In two dimensions, the spectral flow operator that induces the spinor-vector duality and the twist operators which acts on the internal coordinates can be seen to share a common structure in that both have four periodic right-moving fermions. One may further envision that, under decompactification back to 4 dimensions, the two spinor-vector dual vacua appear on the boundaries of the moduli space.
The success of the explicative scope of the ideal Fermi gas model relies on Landau's Fermi liquid theory where fermions interacting repulsively through a short range forces can be described in some degree as an IFG.