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I shall therefore content myself with this pleonastic formulation of the problem,

treating in some detail the theory of the representations of the

Section 2. The Pauli principle will be discussed in the third part of this course.

I shall therefore content myself with this pleonastic formulation of the problem,

treating in some detail the theory of the representations of the

**Lorentz**-**group**inSection 2. The Pauli principle will be discussed in the third part of this course.

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Combining (15) with equation (11) it follows that (17) SxikS+ = rtK , Sr"S+ = — ru ,

which shows, that the choice (10) of the representation of the

becomes impossible, when space reflections are included. For it follows from (17)

...

Combining (15) with equation (11) it follows that (17) SxikS+ = rtK , Sr"S+ = — ru ,

which shows, that the choice (10) of the representation of the

**Lorentz group**becomes impossible, when space reflections are included. For it follows from (17)

...

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One group of canonical transformations which are compatible with (58) is that

induced by the inhomogeneous

previously. Here we want to find the group, which does not act on the coordinates

, and which ...

One group of canonical transformations which are compatible with (58) is that

induced by the inhomogeneous

**Lorentz group**. We have dealt with thispreviously. Here we want to find the group, which does not act on the coordinates

, and which ...

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