04-11-02, 04:56 PM
I know a lot about some things, and little about others. Now that I have the requisite introductory ambiguous statement...
I've come across SU, SU(2), stc a lot in my readings. I know abouyt what they mean from context, but can someone list for me what they actually designate?
Tomorrow please. I am not in fit state to answer the question.
Th "drunk again" ed
04-11-02, 05:11 PM
Sure. remember tho:
http://www.dsmtalk.com/forums/images/smilies/beer.gif + http://www.williwood.com/images/misc/banana.gif = http://somershoe.com/images/smilies/puke.gif
so be careful.
dancing smileys are good for drunk.
04-12-02, 09:36 AM
Feeling any better this morning, thed? had a cold shower and some coffee?
The 'SU' in SU(2), for example, stands for 'Special Unitary'. Special Unitary means the two unit particles in the quark substructure share a common set amount of energy bound between the two unit particles of matter in the quark substructure, and that the energy is in a closed loop rotation about quark substructure. The '2' in SU(2) derives from the two unit particles of matter in the quark doublet substructure, and the fact that there are two axes of rotation.