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 ====== Fabri-Picasso Theorem====== ====== Fabri-Picasso Theorem======
  
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 Fabri and Picasso showed in 1966 that if the vacuum state $|0\rangle$ is invariant under translations,​ it follows that the vacuum state is invariant under the internal symmetry or there is no state corresponding to $\hat Q |0\rangle$ in the Hilbert space of the theory. ($\hat Q $ is the Noether charge that corresponds to the internal symmetry.) Fabri and Picasso showed in 1966 that if the vacuum state $|0\rangle$ is invariant under translations,​ it follows that the vacuum state is invariant under the internal symmetry or there is no state corresponding to $\hat Q |0\rangle$ in the Hilbert space of the theory. ($\hat Q $ is the Noether charge that corresponds to the internal symmetry.)
  
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