## 2005 CERN-CLAF School of High-Energy Physics: Malargüe, Argentina, 27 February-12 March 2005 : Proceedings, Issue 15 |

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In terms of the generators Jt of the group, a finite rotation of angle <p with respect

to an axis determined by a unitary

(91) The other three generators of the Lorentz group are associated with ...

In terms of the generators Jt of the group, a finite rotation of angle <p with respect

to an axis determined by a unitary

**vector**e can be written as R(e^) = e-^iJ, J= \J2 .(91) The other three generators of the Lorentz group are associated with ...

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The physical role of the

mechanics. Using the prescription of minimal substitution p — ▻ p — eA, the

Schrodinger equation describing a particle with charge e moving in an

electromagnetic ...

The physical role of the

**vector**potential becomes manifest only in quantummechanics. Using the prescription of minimal substitution p — ▻ p — eA, the

Schrodinger equation describing a particle with charge e moving in an

electromagnetic ...

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Away from the position of the monopole, V . B = 0 and the magnetic field can still

be derived locally from a

Away from the position of the monopole, V . B = 0 and the magnetic field can still

be derived locally from a

**vector**potential A according to B = V x A. However, the**vector**potential cannot be regular everywhere since otherwise Gauss's law ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Preface | 19 |

Introduction to QCD in hadronic collisions | 81 |

CP violation in meson decays | 131 |

Copyright | |

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