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62) 2 where t = (t1 , t2 , . . , tN 2 −1 ) is a fixed set of (N − 1) N × N matrices. 61), ta are Hermitian and traceless: t+ a = ta , Sp(ta ) = 0. 63) Here the matrices ta are generators of the fundamental representation of the SU(N) group. 64) Sp(ta tb ) = δab . 2 Every traceless Hermitian N × N matrix can be presented as a linear superposition of ta . The commutator of two ta matrices is a traceless antiHermitian matrix; thus [ta , tb ] = ifabc tc . 65) The structure constants fabc are real and completely antisymmetric.

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