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Hamiltonian Structure of Other Models

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Abstract

In this chapter, we describe a color-flavor locking color superconductor in terms of bosonic variables, where gaped quarks are realized as solitons, the so-called superqualitons. We then argue that ground state of the color-flavor-locking color superconductor is Q-matter, which is the lowest energy state for a given fixed baryon number. From this Q-matter, we calculate a minimal energy to create a superqualiton and find that it is numerically of the order of twice of the Cooper gap. Upon quantizing zero modes of superqualitons, we find that superqualitons have the same quantum number as the gaped quarks and furthermore all the high spin states of the superqualitons are absent in effective bosonic description of the color-flavor-locking color superconductor [49].

Keywords

Gauge Symmetry Poisson Bracket Baryon Number Class Constraint Dirac Bracket 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Science EducationEwha Womans UniversitySeoulRepublic of Korea

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