I am working a problem from the Mohapatra textbook unification and supersymmetry and the question is to show that if any rep of a grp is pseudo real then it is automatically anomaly free.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

There is not much in the chapter (2) on how to go about this.

All I know is that for a pseudo real group G = G* (the conjugate is the same as the original group). The group is not real though. :yuck:

I've been searching the web and books for a couple of hours now to no avail so thought I'd leave the question here.

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# Pseudo Real Group if anomaly free

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