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In particle physics, a spinor field of order 2s describes a particle of

**spin**s, where s is an integer or half-integer. Therefore, a spinor of order 4s contains as much ...The Pauli matrices, also called the Pauli

**spin**matrices, are complex matrices that arise in Pauli's treatment of**spin**in quantum mechanics. They are defined by sigma_1 = ...A distribution which arises in the study of integer

**spin**particles in physics, P(k)=(k^s)/(e^(k-mu)-1). (1) Its integral is given by int_0^infty(k^sdk)/(e^(k-mu)-1) = ...A distribution which arises in the study of half-integer

**spin**particles in physics, P(k)=(k^s)/(e^(k-mu)+1). (1) Its integral is given by int_0^infty(k^sdk)/(e^(k-mu)+1) = ...Spinor fields describing particles of zero rest mass satisfy the so-called zero rest mass equations. Examples of zero rest mass particles include the neutrino (a fermion) and ...

Let V be an n-dimensional linear space over a field K, and let Q be a quadratic form on V. A Clifford algebra is then defined over T(V)/I(Q), where T(V) is the tensor algebra ...

An orthogonal transformation is a linear transformation T:V->V which preserves a symmetric inner product. In particular, an orthogonal transformation (technically, an ...

Russian roulette is a game of chance in which one or more of the six chambers of a revolver are filled with cartridges, the chamber is rotated at random, and the gun is ...

A square matrix A is a special orthogonal matrix if AA^(T)=I, (1) where I is the identity matrix, and the determinant satisfies detA=1. (2) The first condition means that A ...

A square matrix U is a special unitary matrix if UU^*=I, (1) where I is the identity matrix and U^* is the conjugate transpose matrix, and the determinant is detU=1. (2) The ...

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