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A new Galileon based charged matter theory -- a possible candidate for fracton gauge theory

@inproceedings{Moinuddin2021ANG,
  title={A new Galileon based charged matter theory -- a possible candidate for fracton gauge theory},
  author={Sk. Moinuddin and Pradip Mukherjee},
  year={2021}
}
We have mooted a new charged scalar field theory using a doublet of the Galileon scalar field instead of the usual Klein Gordon real scalar fields. Our model for the charged scalar field have a few remarkable properties like Poincare invariance , Abelian gauge symmetry and shift symmetries. The existence of two independent gauge symmetries is a welcome news for fracton physics.Whereas phase rotation in φ space leads to the conservation of electric charge , the additional symmetries correspond… Expand

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