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Low Energy Physics from Superstrings

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When I originally agreed to accept the kind invitation to lecture at the NATO Summer School in Cargese, my topic was to be the theory of CP violation. The developments of the past year have resulted in growing interest in the theory of superstrings, a subject which is on the one hand extraordinarily exciting in the promise it holds for solutions of many of the outstanding problems of particle physics and on the other hand rather forbidding in the amount of new knowledge which needs to be acquired by the average theorist to understand the papers that are now being published on the recent developments. These considerations have persuaded me “in extremis”, to change the subject of my lectures.

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Gauge Group Gauge Boson Yukawa Coupling Zero Mode Gauge Field 
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