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How is the Dirac adjoint generalized?
I am wondering how one can generalize the Dirac adjoint to flat "spacetimes" of arbitrary dimension and signature. To be more specific, a standard situation would be to consider 4 dimensional ...
Dec 21 '12 at 3:49
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