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The Hamiltonian Theory of the fractional quantum Hall (FQH) regime provides a simple and tractable approach to calculating gaps, polarizations, and many other physical quantities. In this paper we include disorder in our treatment, and show that a simple model with minimal assumptions produces results consistent with a range of experiments. In particular, the interplay between disorder and interactions can result in experimental signatures which mimic those of spin textures.
Comment: Final version to appear in PRL. Two references added, minor changes to figures and text
Comment: 4 pages, 2 eps figures. Revised version contains comments on the subtleties of the large-N approach to the Kondo problem, and the possibility of a smooth crossover instead of a transition. Three references added. Figures unchanged
Comment: 18 pages, 18 encapsulated ps figures
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