Nonlinear Schroedinger Solitons in Massive Yang-Mills Theory and Partial Localization of Dirac Matter

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We investigate the classical dynamics of the massive SU(2) Yang-Mills field in the framework of multiple scale perturbation theory. We show analytically that there exists a subset of solutions having the form of a kink soliton, modulated by a plane wave, in a linear subspace transverse to the direction of free propagation. Subsequently, we explore how these solutions affect the dynamics of a Dirac field possessing an SU(2) charge. We find that this class of Yang- Mills configurations, when regarded as an external field, leads to the localization of the fermion along a line in the transverse space. Our analysis reveals a mechanism for trapping SU(2) charged fermions in the presence of an external Yang-Mills field indicating the non-abelian analogue of Landau localization in electrodynamics.

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X. Maintas, C. Tsagkarakis, F. Diakonos and D. Frantzeskakis, "Nonlinear Schroedinger Solitons in Massive Yang-Mills Theory and Partial Localization of Dirac Matter," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 3 No. 8, 2012, pp. 637-644. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2012.38087.

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