, Volume 10, Issue 2, pp 201-215

Inverse Problems for the Pauli Hamiltonian in Two Dimensions

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Abstract

We prove in two dimensions that the set of Cauchy data for the Pauli Hamiltonian measured on the boundary of a bounded open subset with smooth enough boundary determines uniquely the magnetic field and the electrical potential provided that the electrical potential is small in an appropriate topology. This result has the immediate consequence, in the case that the magnetic potential and electrical potential have compact support, that we can determine uniquely the magnetic field and the electrical potential by measuring the scattering amplitude at a fixed energy provided that the electrical potential is small in an appropriate topology.