Can someone help me? It is correct at all to make the conection between the SU(3) symmetry and zeros of (radial) wave function? To make more clear: can I say that the fact that radial wave function has only the simple zeros automatically excludes the existence of SU(3) symmetry for given quantum system? Please, answer me soon, it is very important to me.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# SU(3) symmetry and simple zeros of w. f.

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