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Wen, Xiao-Gang - Department of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Edge excitations in the fractional quantum Hall states at general filling fractions*
Critical points in edge tunneling between generic FQH states Joel E. Moorea
Ground state degeneracy of the FQH states in presence of random potential and
Gapless Fermions and Quantum Order X. G. Wen1,3
An Introduction of Topological Orders Xiao-Gang Wen
Quantum Order: a Quantum Entanglement of Many Particles Xiao-Gang Wen
Spin-singlet superfluid state for spin-1 bosons with fractional spin and statistics W. Vincent Liu1, 2
Chiral Spin States and Superconductivity Frank Wilczek
Quantum order from string-net condensations and origin of light and massless Xiao-Gang Wen
IASSNS-HEP-91/23 Many-body Systems with Non-Abelian Statistics *
The Ground State Structure and Modular Transformations of Fractional Quantum Hall States on a Torus
Artificial light and quantum order in systems of screened dipoles Xiao-Gang Wen
arXiv:cond-mat/0201521v128Jan2002 Spin correlations in the algebraic spin liquid -implications for high Tc superconductors
Topological Orders and Edge Excitations in FQH States * Xiao-Gang Wen
Origin of Light Xiao-Gang Wen
A unification of light and electrons through string-net condensation in spin Michael A. Levin and Xiao-Gang Wen
Quantum Field Theory of Many-body Systems from the Origin of Sound
Quantum Field Theory of Many-body Systems from the Origin of Sound
Theory of the edge states in fractional quantum Hall effects* Xiao-Gang Wen
Theory of Underdoped Cuprates Xiao-Gang Wen, and Patrick A. Lee
Tunneling density of states of high Tc superconductors d-wave BCS model vs. SU(2) slave boson model
IASSNS-HEP-90/58 Mean-field theory of spin-liquid states
Quantum Orders and Spin Liquids in Cs2CuCl4 and Xiao-Gang Wen2,
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS Xiao-Gang Wen
Introduction to Quantum Many-boson Theory
An Introduction to Quantum Order, String-net Condensation, and Emergence of Light and Fermions
A lattice bosonic model as a quantum theory of gravity Zheng-Cheng Gu
Fermions, strings, and gauge fields in lattice spin models Michael Levin and Xiao-Gang Wen
String-net condensation: A physical mechanism for topological phases Michael A. Levin and Xiao-Gang Wen
Quantum orders in an exact soluble model Xiao-Gang Wen
Quantum Orders and Symmetric Spin Liquids (the original version)
Continuous topological phase transitions between clean quantum Hall states Xiao-Gang Wen
Projective Construction of Non-Abelian Quantum Hall Liquids Xiao-Gang Wen
Chiral Operator Product Algebra and Edge Excitations of a Fractional Quantum Hall Droplet*
Chiral Operator Product Algebra Hidden in Certain Fractional Quantum Hall Wave Functions*
Topological order and edge structure of = 1/2 quantum Hall state*
IASSNS-HEP-90/70 Non-Abelian Statistics
Mean field theory of spin liquid states and topological orders* Department of Physics
TOPOLOGICAL ORDERS AND CHERN-SIMONS THEORY IN STRONGLY CORRELATED QUANTUM LIQUID *
Vacuum degeneracy of chiral spin states in compactified Institute for Theoretical Physics
VOLUME 86, NUMBER 17 P H Y S I C A L R E V I E W L E T T E R S 23 APRIL 2001 Electron Spectral Function and Algebraic Spin Liquid for the Normal State
Binding Transition in Quantum Hall Edge States Hsien-chung Kaoa
Chiral Luttinger Liquid and the Edge Excitations in the Fractional Quantum Hall States*
Superfluidity and Superconductivity in Double-Layered Quantum Hall state
Sideways Tunnelling and Fractional Josephson Frequency in Double Layered Quantum Hall Systems*
A Phenomenological Study of Interlayer Tunneling in Double-Layered
Tunnelling in double-layered quantum Hall systems* Department of Physics
NSFITP92-22 Neutral superfluid modes and
Topological Orders in Rigid States* Institute for Theoretical Physics
Quantum Orders and Symmetric Spin Liquids Xiao-Gang Wen
Gapless boundary excitations in the quantum Hall states and in the chiral spin states *
Doping a Mott Insulator: Physics of High Temperature Superconductivity Patrick A. Leea
arXiv:cond-mat/0410750v128Oct2004 A fully fermionic mean field theory of the cuprate superconductors