If a complex scalar (e.g. a complex Lagrangian) is invariant under a global SU(N) symmetry, the complex conjugate of this scalar is also invariant, right?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

That is, the real and imaginary part of the complex scalar are both invariances with respect to the SU(N) independently.

I am not quite sure if it, is the statement correct?

Thanks.

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