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Title | Infinite Multiplets | |

Author(s) | Nambu, Y. | |

Publication Date | 1967 | |

Report Number | COO--264-403; EFINS--67-80 | |

Unique Identifier | ACC0280 | |

Other Numbers | CONF-670824--3; OSTI ID: 4574063 | |

Research Org | Enrico Fermi Institute for Nuclear Studies & Department of Physics, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL | |

Contract No | AT(11-1)-264 | |

Sponsoring Org | US Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) | |

Other Information | From International Theoretical Physics Conference on Particles and Fields, Rochester, N. Y. | |

Subject | N34330 -- Physics (High Energy) -- Particle Invariance Principles & Symmetry -- Applications (Strong); Electric Charges; Electromagnetic Interactions; Elementary Particles; G-Group; Group Theory; Hadrons; Hyperons; Interactions; Mesons; Multiplets; Nucleons; Particle Models; Quarks; SL-2,C Group; SO-Group; SU Group; SU-2,2 Group; SU-3,1 Group | |

Keywords | Scattering/Theory for, Infinite Multiplets in; Symmetry Groups/Use for Infinite Multiplets in Particle Theory; Elementary Particle Models (Triplet)/Use of Quark, for Infinite Multiplets in Hadron Theory; Hadrons/Theory for, Infinite Multiplets in; Elementary Particles/Interactions of, Infinite Multiplets in Theory for Electromagnetic; Mathematics, Nuclear Physics, Particle Physics | |

Related Web Pages | Yoichiro Nambu and the Mechanism of Spontaneous Broken Symmetries in Subatomic Physics | |

Abstract | The main ingredients of the method of infinite multiplets consist of: 1) the use of wave functions with an infinite number of components for describing an infinite tower of discrete states of an isolated system (such as an atom, a nucleus, or a hadron), 2) the use of group theory, instead of dynamical considerations, in determining the properties of the wave functions. | |

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