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In group theory, how we call this quantity \begin{equation} A^{abc}=Tr(T_{L}^{a}\{T_{L}^{b},T_{L}^{c}\}) \end{equation}

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    $\begingroup$ d-coefficient. Its scale varies with representation. Physicists call it "anomaly coefficient". See this. $\endgroup$ – Cosmas Zachos Nov 14 at 15:00

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