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Spinor - Wikipedia

In geometry and physics, spinors are elements of a (complex) vector space that
can be associated with Euclidean space. Like geometric vectors and more ... More »

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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