Alexey Andreevich Anselm

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Alexey Andreevich Anselm
Born 1934
Leningrad, Russia
Died August 23, 1998
Russia
Citizenship USSR, Russia
Nationality Russia
Fields Physicist
Known for Discovery of non-universality of the Landau pole

Alexey Andreevich Anselm (1934, Leningrad – August 23, 1998) was a Russian theoretical physicist, known for his discovery of non-universality of the Landau pole in Quantum field theory, contributions to the theory of complex angular momenta, works on the Quark model, Spontaneous symmetry breaking, mechanisms of CP violation, modifications of the Standard Model, Cosmology, and the development of a simple model for the proton spin crisis.[1][2]

References

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