Comment on "Conductance and Shot Noise for Particles with Exclusion Statistics"
The interplay of high magnetic fields and many-body interactions in a two-dimensional electron gas produces the fractional quantum-Hall effect (FQHE) at low temperatures. At filling factor v = 1/m (m is an odd integer) the Hall resistivity reaches a plateau, showing that the correlated quasiparticles carry fractional charge ve. The fractionally charged quasiparticles (FCQPs) may obey fractional exclusion statistics (FES) .
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