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Two charges on a plane in a magnetic field: Special trajectories
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9.It can be indicated a certain canonical transformation, which allow to connect the Hamiltonians (up to a multiplicative factor) of two different neutral systems.
10.The same circular trajectory occurs if (e1 → −e1, e2 → −e2, m1↔m2) .
11.It is worth noting that for a neutral system, q = 0, the Pseudomomentum does not depend on the reference point and always vanishes (see (27)).
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