# \(L^p\)-spectrum of the Dirac operator on products with hyperbolic spaces

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## Abstract

We study the \(L^p\)-spectrum of the Dirac operator on complete manifolds. One of the main questions in this context is whether this spectrum depends on *p*. As a first example where *p*-independence fails we compute explicitly the \(L^p\)-spectrum for the hyperbolic space and its product with compact spaces.

## Mathematics Subject Classification

58J50 34B27## Notes

### Acknowledgments

We thank an anonymous referee for many helpful comments.

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