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the resistance comes out quantized proportional to h/e. And I know this result can be obtained by finding the probablity current for the lowest Landua level wavefunction. But isn't the resistance quanitization a result of electron interactionbetweenLandau levels? i.e. once the lowest level has 'filled up' (paulis exclusion) the electrons have to jump the E gap to the next level. So how can quanitized resistance come out of thelowestwavefunction?

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# Lowest Landau Level Resistance Quantization

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