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It's because always even number of Fermionic fields appear in the Hamiltonian. for example the Dirac Lagrangian for free electron: $\mathcal{L}=i\hbar\bar \psi(\gamma^\mu\partial_\mu-m)\psi$ has two $\psi$s. Invariance of the theory upon a global gauge transformation requires that each term in the Lagrangian have an even number of Fermionic fields. Since an ...



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