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Helicity, Chirality, Mass, and the Higgs » complexrotation

Effect of a 360 degree rotation on a left-chiral versus right-chiral fermion. Both particles pick up a minus sign, but the left-chiral fermion goes one way around the complex plane, while the right-chiral fermion goes the other way.

Effect of a 360 degree rotation on a left-chiral versus right-chiral fermion. Both particles pick up a minus sign, but the left-chiral fermion goes one way around the complex plane, while the right-chiral fermion goes the other way.

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  1. maryam Afrooz says:

    it was great

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