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2011-05

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V. A. Gani, V. G. Ksenzov, A. E. Kudryavtsev

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The case when a fermion occupies an excited nonzero frequency level in the field of domain wall is discussed. It is demonstrated that a solution exists for the coupling constant in the limited interval 1 < g < gmax ≈ 1.65. It is shown that indeed there are different branches of stable solution for g in this interval. The first one corresponds to a fermion located on the domain wall (). The second branch, which belongs to the interval , describes a polarized fermion off the domain wall. The third branch with 1 < g < gmax describes an excited antifermion in the field of the domain wall. More... »

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771-777

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