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Super charge

Super charge

In theoretical physics, super charge (supercharge) is straight Shigeko of the supersymmetry conversion.

I write down the super charge in the sign in Q and am to fermion or the operator which converts fermion into ボゾン adversely in ボゾン. The supermarket charge is spinor, and the super charge operator has a spin of 1/2 in one (or I make conversion adversely) of which converts a particle having the half-integer spin into a particle having a spin of integer or 0 [1].

Exchange-related

The super charge is described by super Poincare algebra (English version) (Super-Poincaréalgebra).

The super charge is a hamiltonian operator and commutation. In other words,

[Q, H] = 0

である.

References

  1. ^ Supersymmetry to the rescue?

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