Superconductivity due to soft super-symmetry breaking
Kumaun University, Nainital, India
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Accepted: 27 January 2017
Published online: 8 March 2017
Revisiting the super-symmetric dyons in N = 2 super-symmetric theory and analyzing the possible soft breaking of N = 2 super-symmetric Yang Mills theory to N = 0 by making the dynamically generated mass scale ∧ a function of dilation spurion, it has been demonstrated that the scalar and auxiliary components of pre-potential, constructed in terms of dilation, are frozen to be constant to generate soft breaking of N = 2 theory and it has been shown that, as soon as these soft breaking terms are turned on, monopole condensation appears and we get a unique ground state and the superconducting phase. It is also shown that in this soft breaking of N = 2 super-symmetry, the superconductivity phase occurs due to condensation of monopoles only and the dyons do not condensate near the real u -plane.
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