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This chapter does not depend on the last few chapters, and may be read at any point after Chap. 23, or even earlier. The results of Chap. 23 are not used here, but are illustrated by the results of this chapter.
KeywordsShort Exact Sequence Central Extension Double Cover Clifford Algebra Spin Representation
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