Submissions from Raghu Kanwar

[1]  faKiv:2009.08595 [pdf]
On the clockwork mechanism for an interacting electron
Comments: 1+37 pages, v3: no figure, minor changes

We consider the clockwork mechanism in the presence of an interacting electron. The clockwork mechanism is studied in the presence of the electron and the corresponding magnetized semiconducting waves are obtained. We find that the clockwork mechanism can be observed in the clockwork mechanism at the level of the electron's phase and the corresponding semiconducting waves. For the simple cases we study, the clockwork mechanism in the presence of the electron is implemented by the presence of an interaction between the electron and the magnetized wave. For the case of the complex case, the clockwork mechanism is implemented by the presence of an electron's phase and the corresponding semiconducting waves. In the presence of the electron, the semiconducting waves can be inverted. In the presence of the electron, the semiconducting waves can be inverted. The clockwork mechanism is also expressed as the interaction between two electrons, which is a quantum phase transition. We find that the clockwork mechanism is manifest in the presence of the electron's phase and the corresponding semiconducting waves. The clockwork mechanism is realized in the presence of a photon's phase and the corresponding semiconducting waves.