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comment How can helicity be conserved but chirality not?
You put a lot of effort and a lot of theory in this answer, still it doesn't help me to understand how the chirality can change in time and helicity not. Perhaps you can elaborate on the sub-question: what kind of process is it, that evolves a r-h-ch. component? At time t=0 there is 100% l-h-ch. Where does the r-h-ch. component come from?
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asked How can helicity be conserved but chirality not?
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accepted Neutrino annihilation and bosons
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comment How do I describe two entangled electrons in the same state except for a different spin
Thank you for taking the time to explain.
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accepted How do I describe two entangled electrons in the same state except for a different spin
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comment How do I describe two entangled electrons in the same state except for a different spin
The "spin property" as I understand it, is that when $\psi$ is the wave function of an electron with some position, energy, spin direction etc. then the wave function of the same electron with opposite spin direction must be multiplied with -1.
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