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I'm trying to work my way through Halzen and Martin's section 5.4. I'd appreciate if someone could answer the following question:

How does

[tex]j^{\mu}_{C} = -e\psi^{T}(\gamma^{\mu})^{T}\overline{\psi}^{T}[/tex]

become

[tex]j^{\mu}_{C} = -(-)e\overline{\psi}\gamma^{\mu}\psi[/tex]

? Is there some identity I'm missing?

Thanks in advance.

-Vivek

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