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Occasionally, the orthogonal groups O(N ) will be involved. T (R) is known as the Assume the self-interaction of the fields φ to be such that the lowest-energy state – the Dynkin vacuum – breaks index. 1. 7) where H is a subgroup of G. A particular case is H = 1, corresponding to the complete breaking of G. e. the number of its generators). 176 on Wed Oct 03 07:14:24 BST 2012. 004 Cambridge Books Online © Cambridge University Press, 2012 23 2 Spontaneous breaking of gauge symmetries and Aaμ are the gauge fields.

One massless scalar field is eaten up by the photon field in the process of the transition to the Higgs phase. In the Higgs phase the electric charge is screened by the vacuum condensates. Probe (static) electric charges will see the Coulomb potential ∼ 1/R at distances less than m−1 V and the Yukawa potential ∼ exp(−mV R)/R at distances larger than m−1 . Moreover, the gauge coupling runs, according to the standard Landau formula, V −1 only at distances shorter than m−1 V and becomes frozen at mV .

There is a phase of QCD in which quark confinement and χ SB coexist. On the Nf axis this phase starts at Nf = 2 and extends to some upper boundary Nf = Nf∗∗ . We do not know whether Nf∗∗ coincides with 13 I have used quotation marks since Casher’s discussion could be said to be a little nebulous and imprecise. 176 on Wed Oct 03 07:14:24 BST 2012. 004 Cambridge Books Online © Cambridge University Press, 2012 33 3 Phases of Yang–Mills theories the left-hand edge of the conformal window Nf∗ . g. confinement without χ SB) .

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