models:toy_models:sine_gordon

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- | The Sine-Gordon model is [[advanced_notions:quantum_field_theory:duality|dual]] to the massive Thirring model. | + | The Sine-Gordon model is [[advanced_notions:duality|dual]] to the massive Thirring model. |

This is surprising since the Sine-Gordon model is a purely scalar theory, while the massive Thirring model is a purely fermionic theory. However, the solitons in the Sine-Gordon model are fermionic, while the solitons in the Thirring model are scalars. | This is surprising since the Sine-Gordon model is a purely scalar theory, while the massive Thirring model is a purely fermionic theory. However, the solitons in the Sine-Gordon model are fermionic, while the solitons in the Thirring model are scalars. | ||

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<tabbox Why is it interesting?> | <tabbox Why is it interesting?> | ||

- | The Sine-Gordon model is a toy model that helps to understand fundamental notions like [[advanced_notions:quantum_field_theory:duality|duality]] in a simplified setup. | + | The Sine-Gordon model is a toy model that helps to understand fundamental notions like [[advanced_notions:duality|duality]] in a simplified setup. |

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