Relationship between the Parameters of the Second Virial Coefficient of Non-Abelian Anyons and the Two-Parametric Fractional Statistics
Keywords:virial coefficient, non-Abelian anyons, non-additive/incomplete two-parametric statistics, Haldane–Wu fractional statistics, Polychronakos fractional statistics
A relationship between the parameters of the second virial coefficient for the system of non- Abelian anyons and two-parametric modifications of the Haldane–Wu and Polychronakos fractional statistics has been demonstrated. Parameters that can approximately describe non-Abelian anyons using the indicated statistics types are calculated. The limit at which the non-additivity/incompleteness parameter q tends to unity is considered.
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