Quantum Anomalies (in) Matter
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Published online: 11 January 2022
Over the last decade it has bee realized that triangle anomalies give rise to dissipationless transport phenomena in hot and dense relativistic matter. I will review anomalous transport theory and then discuss its applications to the quark gluon plasma and the electronics of Weyl semimetals. Finally I briefly discuss the absence of genuine chiral torsional transport.
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