Gauge anomalies of finite groups

  title={Gauge anomalies of finite groups},
  author={Ben Gripaios},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  • B. Gripaios
  • Published 27 January 2022
  • Mathematics
  • Physical Review D
Finite symmetry groups are ubiquitous in physics, e.g. for stabilizing particles such as the proton or dark matter, or for explaining the patterns of masses and mixings of quarks and leptons. The lore of quantum gravity says that they should be gauged and the lore of gauge symmetry says that they should be free of anomalies that can arise when they act on chiral fermions, at least if they are to be linearly realized in vacuo. The study of such anomalies was pioneered by Graham Ross in… 

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