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spinĀ·or

[spin-er]

NOUN
[MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS.]

1.

a quantity resembling a vector or tensor that is used in physics to represent the spins of fermions.

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lie_derivative

Generalisations exist for **spinor** fields, fibre bundles with connection and vector-
valued ... 6.1 The Lie derivative of a **spinor** field; 6.2 Covariant Lie derivative ...

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Lorentz and scalar spin of bi-

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Notes on simple

ocw.mit.edu/resources/res-8-001-applied-geometric-algebra-spring-2009/lecture-notes-contents/Ch5.pdf

In fact we shall introduce the

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Apr 29, 2000

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