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Entanglement Suppression and Emergent Symmetries of Strong Interactions

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Date and time Mar 01, 2019
from 02:00 PM to 03:00 PM
Location 60 St. George Street, MP 1115
Host Michael Luke

Martin Savage

Institute for Nuclear Theory, University of Washington

Recently, Silas Beane, David Kaplan, Natalie Klco and I considered the entanglement power of the S-matrix describing low-energy hadronic interactions, and the implications of particular limits.   We found that vanishing entanglement power occurs at points of emergent global symmetries, which are seen to be consistent with nature and also recent lattice QCD calculations. I will discuss aspects of these results.

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