Biomedical Statistics and Informatics
Volume 5, Issue 3, September 2020, Pages: 70-75
Received: Jun. 12, 2020;
Accepted: Jul. 3, 2020;
Published: Sep. 7, 2020
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Subhamoy Singha Roy, Department of Physics, JIS College of Engineering (Autonomous), West Bengal University of Technology, Kalyani, Nadia, India
We report on the nature of the DNA molecule is a promising candidate for molecular Polarization in the Quantum framework of Berry phase factor. Our analysis is based on the polarization of states of various quantum system in lowest Landau level and also the dynamical machine which predicts nonadiabaticity in the neighborhood of the critical point. It is now detected that the low energy excitations states for a completely polarized state of a quantum structure is a soliton where as for unpolarized states soliton excitation are not imaginable. Aimed at incompletely polarized states also skyrmion excitations do not appear to happen as the skyrmionics solitons. We have studied the order of quantum states from the interpretation fact of chiral anomaly segments of DNA molecule and Barry Phase. However, later the series of mutual critical behaviour looks to be very narrow. The physics succeeding the quantum skyrmions is considered here from the understanding point of quantum topological partition. We also observed that skyrmions (soliton) are the pertinent DNA molecule states with filling factor v=1 it is fermion and also accomplished when we have DNA molecule hole conjugate states given by v=1/(2m+1). A hole configuration is pronounced by the compound conjugate of the DNA molecule state, the spin alignment of the molecule and hole state will be reverse to individually added.
Subhamoy Singha Roy,
Enhanced Spin-Polarized Transportation Through DNA by Quantum Topological Effect, Biomedical Statistics and Informatics.
Vol. 5, No. 3,
2020, pp. 70-75.
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