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Is conservation of statistics logically independent of spin?
If the number of fermions is $n$, we expect the quantity $(-1)^n$ to be conserved, i.e., $n$ never changes between even and odd. This is known as conservation of statistics. In the normal context of ...
May 9 '13 at 14:15
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