#### naima

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I read a paper in wich Lewandowski writes:

the Gauss law has the form

##\partial E^a / \partial x^a + c_{jk}E^{aj}\gamma ^k_a = 0##

wherec are the structure constants

he then writes that if we are in a semisimple algebra they are skew symmetric in the indices and it can be rewritten as

##\partial E^a / \partial x^a - c^j_{k}E^{a}_j\gamma ^k_a = 0##

And he writes (that is my question):

"where NOW E and ##\gamma## are canonically conjugate".

Can you explain why?