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Helicity, Chirality, Mass, and the Higgs » epanti

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3 Responses to “epanti”

  1. I like this picture, but there is one mistake, I believe. The arrows for the positron and electron need to be switched, with the red arrow pointed down switched with the blue arrow pointed up for the third and forth particles shown.

  2. I like this picture, but there is one mistake, I believe. The arrows for the positron and electron need to be switched, with the red arrow pointed down switched with the blue arrow pointed up for the third and forth particles shown, I believe.

  3. I like this picture, but there is one mistake, I believe. The arrows for the positron and electron need to be switched, with the red arrow pointed down switched with the blue arrow pointed up for the third and forth particles shown, I believe. I’m almost certain I have not already said this.

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