# Recent history for Kai Li

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 question answered Why is the projective symmetry group (PSG) called projective?
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 received upvote on question Why is the projective symmetry group (PSG) called projective?
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 received upvote on question Why is the projective symmetry group (PSG) called projective?
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 received upvote on question Why is the projective symmetry group (PSG) called projective?
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 received upvote on question Does the projected spin state of the $d+id$ mean-field Hamiltonian on a triangular lattice has time-reversal(TR) symmetry?
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 received upvote on comment Does the projected spin state of the $d+id$ mean-field Hamiltonian on a triangular lattice has time-reversal(TR) symmetry?
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 posted a comment Does the projected spin state of the $d+id$ mean-field Hamiltonian on a triangular lattice has time-reversal(TR) symmetry?
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 received upvote on comment Emergent symmetries
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 received upvote on question How to understand the entanglement in a lattice fermion system?
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 edited a comment How to understand the entanglement in a lattice fermion system?
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 received upvote on comment How to understand the entanglement in a lattice fermion system?
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 received upvote on comment How to understand the entanglement in a lattice fermion system?
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 received upvote on comment How to understand the entanglement in a lattice fermion system?
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 received upvote on comment How to understand the entanglement in a lattice fermion system?
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 received upvote on comment How to understand the entanglement in a lattice fermion system?
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 posted a comment How to understand the entanglement in a lattice fermion system?