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Partitioning of Diluted Anyons Reveals their Braiding Statistics
Correlations of partitioned particles carry essential information about their quantumness . Partitioning full beams of charged particles leads to current fluctuations, with their autocorrelation (AC, shot noise) revealing the particles' charge . This is not the case when the partitioned particle beams are diluted. Bosons or fermions will exhibit particles antibunching (due to their discreteness) [3, 4]. However, when partitioning anyons, such as the quasiparticles in fractional quantumdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-2152499/v1 fatcat:7hjduhatwfaklpeevkhkbb2e4e