A LESS-CONSTRAINED (2,0) SUPER-YANG-MILLS MODEL THE COUPLING TO NON-LINEAR σ-MODELS

Authors

  • C.A.S. ALMEIDA ALMEIDA Quarks, Petrópolis, 25600, RJ, Brazil
  • J. Chauca Quarks, Petrópolis, 25600, RJ, Brazil
  • R.M. Doria Quarks, Petrópolis, 25600, RJ, Brazil

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24297/jap.v20i.9134

Keywords:

Extended gauge theories, Sigma models

Abstract

Considering a class of (2,0) super-Yang-Mills multiplets characterised by the appearance of a pair of independent
gauge potentials, we present here their coupling to non-linear σ-models in (2,0)-superspace. Contrary to the
case of the coupling to (2,0) matter superfields, the extra gauge potential present in the Yang-Mills sector does
not decouple from the theory in the case one gauges isometry groups of σ-models.Considering a class of (2,0)
super-Yang-Mills multiplets characterized by the appearance of a pair of independent gauge potentials, we
present here their coupling to non-linear σ-models in (2,0)-superspace. Contrary to the case of the coupling to
(2,0) matter superfields, the extra gauge potential present in the Yang-Mills sector does not decouple from the
theory in the case one gauges isometry groups of σ-models.

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2022-07-21

How to Cite

ALMEIDA, C. A., Chauca, J. ., & Doria, R. (2022). A LESS-CONSTRAINED (2,0) SUPER-YANG-MILLS MODEL THE COUPLING TO NON-LINEAR σ-MODELS. JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN PHYSICS, 20, 209–114. https://doi.org/10.24297/jap.v20i.9134

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