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The dtm and ddm resonant fusion rates are calculated taking into account finite resonance width and subthreshold resonances. Calculations do not use multipole expansion of the potential. The obtained ddm resonant fusion rates are compared with recent data at 30-360 K.

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We are demonstrating that the Luttinger model with short range interaction can be treated as a type of Fermi liquid. In line with the main dogma of Landau's theory one can define a fermion excitation renormalized by interaction and show that in terms of these fermions any excited state of the system is described by free particles. The fermions are a mixture of renormalized right and left electrons. The electric charge and chirality of the Landau quasi-particle is discussed.

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We present the ground state wave functions for systems of one-dimensional interacting fermions. It is shown that these systems undergo phase transitions similar to the Kosterlitz-Thouless one independently of the interaction details. In the limit of an infinitely strong interaction the phase transition turns into the usual second order phase transition in a chiral phase. The temperature of the phase transition is calculated.

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We show that conductance of 1D channel with one point-like impurity critically depends on asymptotic behavior of e-e interaction at small momenta k (about inverse length of a channel). Conductance reemerges (contrary to the case of point-like repulsive potential) if potential V(k=0)= 0. For example, this happens if the bare e-e interaction is screened by the charges in the bulk. The relation of this phenomena to the long-range order present in the Luttinger model is discussed.

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The light-cone wave function of the nucleon is calculated in the limit N_c -> infinity in the quark-soliton model inspired by the theory of the instanton vacuum of QCD. The technique of the finite time evolution operator is used in order to derive expressions for all components of the Fock vector describing the nucleon in the infinite momentum frame. It is shown that nucleon wave function for large N_c can be expressed in terms of the wave function of the discrete level in the self-consistent meson field and light cone wave functions of 1,2, etc mesons. The 3-quark components of the nucleon and Delta-resonance are estimated. Wave function of the nucleon appears to be positive in the whole region of x and it has rather small asymmetry. It differs strongly both from Chernyak-Zhitnitsky wave function and the asymptotic one. Large momentum transfer asymptotic of the electromagnetic and axial form factors is discussed.

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The pion wave function is computed in the low energy effective theory inspired by the instanton vacuum model. The resultat is numerically rather close to the asymptotical wave function.

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This work was firstly published in 1986 \cite{we}. No real two-dimensional object with the zero-gap quasi-relativistic spectrum was known in that time. Such an object is well known now: this is graphene. That is why we decided to present it again as a e-print in a slightly modified form. A density of the two-dimensional zero-gap electronic states at the quantizing magnetic field in the presence the Gaussian random potential has been calculated. The problem is reduced to zero-dimensional spinor field theory using the holomorphic supersymmetric representation. The calculated density of states in the case of the mass perturbation has a delta function peak in the Dirac point.This peak smears due to the potential perturbation.

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Many intriguing properties of driven nonlinear resonators, including the appearance of chaos, are very important for understanding the universal features of nonlinear dynamical systems and can have great practical significance. We consider a cylindrical cavity resonator driven by an alternating voltage and filled with a nonlinear nondispersive medium. It is assumed that the medium lacks a center of inversion and the dependence of the electric displacement on the electric field can be approximated by an exponential function. We show that the Maxwell equations are integrated exactly in this case and the field components in the cavity are represented in terms of implicit functions of special form. The driven electromagnetic oscillations in the cavity are found to display very interesting temporal behavior and their Fourier spectra contain singular continuous components. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first demonstration of the existence of a singular continuous (fractal) spectrum in an exactly integrable system.

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We present a new class of exact self-similar solutions possessing cylindrical or spherical symmetry in Born-Infeld theory. A cylindrically symmetric solution describes the propagation of a cylindrical electromagnetic disturbance in a constant background magnetic field in Born-Infeld electrodynamics. We show that this solution corresponds to vacuum breakdown and the subsequent propagation of an electron-positron avalanche. The proposed method of finding exact analytical solutions can be generalized to the model of a spherically symmetric scalar Born-Infeld field in the ($n+1$)-dimensional Minkowski space-time. As an example, the case $n=3$ is discussed.

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We study theoretically the transport of linearly polarized exciton-polaritons in a quasi one-dimensional microcavity channel separating two polariton condensates generated by optical pumping. The direction and value of mass and spin currents are controlled by the relative phase and polarisation of two condensates, as in the stationary Josephson effect. However, due to dissipation and particle-particle interactions, the current denisty is inhomogeneous: it strongly depends on the coordinate along the axis of the channel. A stationary spin domain can be created in the channel, its position would be sensitive to the phase difference between two bordering condensates.