Short answer: Aharonov Bohm theory paper is well known, the effect is controversial.
Now, please show me a paper where the electric Aharonov Bohm effect has been experimental verified!
I'm not sure the AB effect is controversial. It seems pretty well mandated from theory otherwise secure: one of the many beautiful and consistent weirdnesses of quantum theory
I can't see any of the citations of this questioning that indeed this is experimental evidence of AB effect?
Clear periodic oscillations of the conductance are observed with a period of 5 mT, which is in good agreement with the predicted period for h/e oscillations. The relative amplitude of the Aharonov–Bohm oscillations at V = 500 µV is ∼5%, which is considerably larger than the results obtained for uniform rings6,7,8,9,10. The magnetic field not only pierces the hole of the loop, but also penetrates the arms of the loop in contrast to the ideal geometry proposed by Aharonov and Bohm1. This gives rise to aperiodic conductance fluctuations14, clearly visible in Fig. 2 as the slowly varying background on top of the Aharonov–Bohm oscillations. Because of the large difference in magnetic field scales, it is possible to filter out the aperiodic conductance fluctuations using Fourier analysis. In this way we can extract (from the conductance G) the Aharonov–Bohm conductance GAB, which we would measure if the field was applied only inside the ring.