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TMF, 1975, Volume 22, Number 3, Pages 323–334 (Mi tmf3686)  

Conformal symmetry of the chemical elements

A. I. Fet


Abstract: The system of chemical elements is considered as a multiplet of the group $SU(2)\times S\tilde O(4,2)$, where $S\tilde O(4,2)$ is the universal covering of the conformal group. The representation is realised on the space of the two-component Fock wave functions. Atomic number is treated as a symmetry-breaking operator expressed in terms of observables of the conformal group. A group interpretation of chemical affinity is given involving state transition operators analogous to spin operators $J_{\pm}$ and Okubo operators of the $SU(6)$-theory. The theory results in a table of elements.

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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1975, 22:3, 227–235

Received: 11.06.1974

Citation: A. I. Fet, “Conformal symmetry of the chemical elements”, TMF, 22:3 (1975), 323–334; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 22:3 (1975), 227–235

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