Are There Three Kinds of Superconductivity?

R. M. Kiehn Int. Journ. of Modern Physics, vol5 #10 June 1991 p. 1779

A Maxwell system of differential forms induces a course topology on a space time variety. This topology can be refined by certain extremal constraints of domain closure that lead to topologically distinct, reactive impedances, Z1, Z2, Z3. These non-dissipative impedances are rational fraction ratios of topological invariants. The closure conditions induce physical constraints that permit Z1 to be identified with the ordinary type I and II superconductive domains, and Z3 with the fractional quantum Hall effect. Only Z2 admits the time-reversal and parity symmetry breaking associated with Anyon theories.


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