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Gauge principles for multi-superparticles
Abstract We formulate new gauge principles for n supersymmetric particles in a worldline formalism with N supersymmetries. The models provide realizations of the more general supersymmetries that areExpand
Absence of Relativistic Stars in f(T) Gravity
In this work we investigate the structure of neutron stars in modified f(T) gravity models. We find that, unlike the f(R) models, the equations of motion put a rather strict constraint on theExpand
Constraints on perturbative f(R) gravity via neutron stars
We study the structure of neutron stars in perturbative f(R) gravity models with realistic equations of state. We obtain mass-radius relations in a gravity model of the form f(R) = R+αR2. We findExpand
Superstar in Noncommutative Superspace via Covariant Quantization of the Superparticle
A covariant quantization method is developed for the off-shell superparticle in 10 dimensions. On-shell it is consistent with lightcone quantization, while off-shell it gives a noncommutativeExpand
Gauged duality, conformal symmetry, and spacetime with two times
We construct a duality between several simple physical systems by showing that they are different aspects of the same quantum theory. Examples include the free relativistic massless particle and theExpand
Lifting M theory to two time physics
Abstract M-theory has different global supersymmetry structures in its various dual incarnations, as characterized by the M-algebra in 11D, the type IIA, type-IIB, heterotic, type-I extendedExpand
Superstrings with new supersymmetry in (9,2) and (10,2) dimensions
We construct superstring theories that obey the new supersymmetry algebra {l_brace}Q{sub {alpha}},Q{sub {beta}}{r_brace}={gamma}{sub {alpha}{beta}}{sup {mu}{nu}}P{sub 1{mu}}P{sub 2{nu}} in aExpand
Quantum entanglement shared in hydrogen bonds and its usage as a resource in molecular recognition
Quantum tunneling events occurring through biochemical bonds are capable to generate quantum correlations between bonded systems, which in turn makes the conventional second law of thermodynamicsExpand
Proton tunnelling in hydrogen bonds and its implications in an induced-fit model of enzyme catalysis
The role of proton tunnelling in biological catalysis is investigated here within the frameworks of quantum information theory and thermodynamics. We consider the quantum correlations generatedExpand
Entanglement Swapping Model of DNA Replication
Molecular biology explains function of molecules by their geometric and electronic structures which are mainly determined by utilization of quantum e ects in chemistry. However, further quantum eExpand
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