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What makes *electric* charge special (wrt. CPT theorem)?
I'm wondering why the 'C' in CPT - charge conjugation - refers specifically to electric charge. Of course you could say that C is just defined as $e^+ \leftrightarrow e^-$... but there has to be ...
Aug 18 '12 at 12:48
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