Because we know that chiral symmetry condensate causes the chiral symmetry breaking, and it produces Goldstone modes of pseudo-scalars, so I believe that chiral symmetry breaking also breaks the T symmetry.
question: Do we have similar statements for C, P and T symmetry? For other QCD phases? Say for chiral symmetry breaking phases, 2SC, CFL breaking of color superconductor?
Does chiral symmetry breaking break C, P and T symmetry?
Does 2SC two quark color/flavor break C, P and T symmetry?
Does CFL three color/flavor locking break C, P and T symmetry?
By playing around, I know some partial answers, like chiral symmetry breaking breaks T, but the CFL preserves all C,P,T. But I like to hear from the experts, just to confirm the correct answer.
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