BOSE CONDENSATION AND ZN SYMMETRY BREAKING IN THE MIXED MODEL OF INDUCED QCD

@article{Migdal1993BOSECA,
  title={BOSE CONDENSATION AND ZN SYMMETRY BREAKING IN THE MIXED MODEL OF INDUCED QCD},
  author={Alexander Migdal},
  journal={Modern Physics Letters A},
  year={1993},
  volume={08},
  pages={259-273}
}
  • A. Migdal
  • Published 1993
  • Physics
  • Modern Physics Letters A
The mixed model of the large-N induced QCD, with Nf≪N flavors of heavy fermions in fundamental representation, is solved in the local limit. The ZN symmetry is broken spontaneously in the large-N limit, evading the Elitzur “no-go” theorem. As a result of this symmetry breaking, there is the Bose condensate of the eigenvalues of the scalar field, proportional to . This condensate leads to the mass unit, which goes to zero as fractional power of thus defining the new kind of the local limit of… Expand
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