models are GUT
theories which do not have a scalar Higgs
field. Instead, they have a larger number of fermion fields than the Standard Model
and involve a larger gauge group
. This larger gauge group is spontaneously broken
down to the Standard Model
as fermion condensates form.
The Schwinger model is an excellent toy model to get a feel for such models.
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