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These are two

since obviously trace (a) = 2 a must have two eigenvalues 0 and two eigenvalues

1. In the representation in which y6 is diagonal — and by transformation of the ...

These are two

**component**spinors because with a = £(l+y6) one has a* = a, andsince obviously trace (a) = 2 a must have two eigenvalues 0 and two eigenvalues

1. In the representation in which y6 is diagonal — and by transformation of the ...

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If regarded from a reference system other than the standard one, the

electromagnetic field tensor in this case, will of course generally have both

magnetic and electric

still said to be ...

If regarded from a reference system other than the standard one, the

electromagnetic field tensor in this case, will of course generally have both

magnetic and electric

**components**; nevertheless, the complexion of the field isstill said to be ...

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Cakter, Beixek, Wagner and Wtman [64] have measured this spectrum [02 J and

calculate (180) (6.1 ± 1)-10-4S cm2/fission for anti-neutrinos which are described

by two

Cakter, Beixek, Wagner and Wtman [64] have measured this spectrum [02 J and

calculate (180) (6.1 ± 1)-10-4S cm2/fission for anti-neutrinos which are described

by two

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