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Introduction to Groups, Invariants and Particles

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Introduction to Groups, Invariants and Particles
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Publisher: Orange Grove Texts Plus
ISBN/ASIN: 1616100427
ISBN-13: 9781616100421
Number of pages: 162

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The book places the subject matter in its historical context with discussions of Galois groups, algebraic invariants, Lie groups and differential equations, presented at a level that is not the standard fare for students majoring in the Physical Sciences. A sound mathematical basis is thereby provided for the study of special unitary groups and their applications to Particle Physics.

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