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Introduction to Supersymmetry

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Introduction to Supersymmetry
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Publisher: King's College London
Number of pages: 49

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Supersymmetry has been a very fruitful subject of research and has taught us a great deal about mathematics and quantum field theory. Hopefully this course will convince the student that supersymmetry is a beautiful and interesting subject.

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