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They allow for a mathematically consistent and simple formulation of the theories, and in the end predict the particle that are exchanged – the gauge particles, as summarised in table 8.1. While it has much interesting reading, it is not a book to learn relativity from: its approach is all over the place, and it pushes gawdy notation which no one actually uses to do anything useful. However, you second question can be answered pretty easily.

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Publisher: Springer (December 31, 1999)

ISBN: 3540648593

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