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The group of all Lorentz transformations includes the proper continuous transformations already studied in previous chapters and the discrete transformations to be treated in this chapter. The latter class of transformations deals with space and time inversions as well as all operations formed by successive applications of a space or time inversion and a proper continuous transformation.
KeywordsDecay Mode Orbital Angular Momentum Transformation Rule Baryon Number Discrete Symmetry
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