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Beglund-H\"ubsch transpose and Sasaki-Einstein rational homology 7-spheres

Jaime Cuadros ValleRalph R. GomezJoe Lope Vicente
Feb 2024
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We show that links of invertible polynomials coming from the Johnson and Koll\'ar list of K\"ahler-Einstein 3-folds that are rational homology 7-spheres remain rational homology 7-spheres under the so-called Berglund-H\"ubsch transpose rule coming from classical mirror symmetry constructions. Actually, this rule produces twins, that is, links with same degree, Milnor number and homology H_3, with the exception of iterated Thom-Sebastiani sums of singularities of chain and cycle type, where the torsion and the Milnor number may vary. The Berglund-H\"ubsch transpose rule not only gives a framework to better understand the existence of SasakiEinstein twins but also gives a mechanism for producing new examples of Sasaki-Einstein twins in the rational homology 7 -sphere setting. We also give reasonable conditions for a Sasaki-Einstein rational homology 7-sphere to remain Sasaki-Einstein under the BH-transpose rule. In particular, we found 75 new examples of Sasaki-Einstein rational homology 7-spheres arising as links of not well-formed hypersurface singularities.
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