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Spontaneous chiral symmetry breaking in the Tayler instability

  • Fabio Del Sordo (a1) (a2), Alfio Bonanno (a3), Axel Brandenburg (a1) (a2) and Dhrubaditya Mitra (a1)

Abstract

The chiral symmetry breaking properties of the Tayler instability are discussed. Effective amplitude equations are determined in one case. This model has three free parameters that are determined numerically. Comparison with chiral symmetry breaking in biochemistry is made.

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Spontaneous chiral symmetry breaking in the Tayler instability

  • Fabio Del Sordo (a1) (a2), Alfio Bonanno (a3), Axel Brandenburg (a1) (a2) and Dhrubaditya Mitra (a1)

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