A Majorana fermion is the single fermionic particle that is its own antiparticle. Its dynamics is determined by the Majorana equation, where the spinor field is by definition equal to its charge-conjugate field. In this paper, we investigated Shannon’s entropy of linear Majorana fermions to understand how this quantity is modified due to an external potential of the linear type linear. Subsequently, we turn our attention to the construction of an ensemble of these Majorana particles to study the thermodynamic properties of the model. Finally, we show how Shannon’s entropy and thermodynamic properties are modified under the linear potential action. KEYWORDS: Majorana Fermions; Thermodynamic properties; Shannon’s Entropy.
In the context of non-relativistic quantum mechanics, we use information theory to study Shannon’s entropy of a non-Hermitian system and understand how the information is modified with the cyclotron frequency. Subsequently, we turn our attention to the construction of an ensemble of these spinless particles in the presence of a uniform magnetic field. Then, we study the thermodynamic properties of the model. Finally, we show how information and thermodynamic properties are modified with the action of the magnetic field. KEYWORDS: Non-relativistic Quantum Mechanics; Quantum Information; Shannon Entropy.