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    We argue that quiver gauge theories with SU(N) gauge groups give rise to lattice gauge theories with matter possessing fractonic properties, where the lattice is the quiver itself. This idea extends a recent proposal by Razamat. This class of theories exhibit a Z_{N} 1-form global symmetry that can be used to classify their phases. The order parameter of this transition is the expectation value of Wilson loops, which correspond to mesonic operators in the underlying quiver gauge theory. We discuss how this perspective naturally fits with the deconstruction of a higher dimensional theory.

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    Sebastián Franco, Diego Rodríguez-Gómez. Quivers, Lattice Gauge Theories, and Fractons. Physical review letters. 2022 Jun 17;128(24):241603


    PMID: 35776466

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