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Introduction to Physical Content from Adjoint Representations
In particle Physics it's usual to write the physical content of a Theory in adjoint representations of the Gauge group. For example: $24\rightarrow (8,1)_0\oplus (1,3)_0\oplus (1,1)_0\oplus ...
May 5 '12 at 16:47
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