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Lie Groups in Physics by G. 't Hooft, M. J. G. Veltman

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Lie Groups in Physics
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Publisher: Utrecht University
Number of pages: 75

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Contents: Quantum mechanics and rotation invariance; The group of rotations in three dimensions; More about representations; Ladder operators; The group SU(2); Spin and angular distributions; Isospin; The Hydrogen Atom; The group SU(3); Representations of SU(N).

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