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We will not pursue lightcone quantization in this chapter, but if that procedure is used the number of spacetime dimensions is easily extracted. One obtains a relation for the Lorentz generators M i : [M i , M j ] = 1 ( p + )2 ( n =1 i n
i nj j n n )( n n ) (7.70) where
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D 2 D 2 1 n = n + n 2 aNS 8 8
(7.71) In order to maintain Lorentz invariance, we must have [ M i , M j ] = 0 . This can only be true if the rst term on the righthand side of Eq. (7.71) is n and the second term vanishes. This implies that D 2 =1 8 D = 10 So, we see that Lorentz invariance requires us to take the critical spacetime dimension to be 10 (9 space and 1 time dimension) in superstring theory. Using Eq. (7.72), we can deduce the value of the normalordering constant: 2 aNS D 2 =0 8 D = 10 aNS = 1 2 (7.72) Summary In this chapter, we made the rst attempt to introduce fermions to string theory. This was done by adding supersymmetry as a global symmetry on the worldsheet. The conserved current and supercurrent was derived. Next, we wrote down the superVirasoro algebra and determined how physical states behave in the theory, and the spectrum of the open string was described including the two sectors, the NS and R sectors which give rise to bosonic and fermionic states, respectively. Using GSO projection, one can remove unwanted states like the Tachyon from the theory. Finally, we showed how Lorentz invariance forces us to take the critical dimension to be 10.

