Can anyone help me in proving the following identity:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]

(\gamma ^{\mu} )^T = \gamma ^0 \gamma ^{\mu} \gamma ^0

[/tex]

I understand that one can proceed by proving it say in standard representation and then proving that it's invariant under unitary transformations. this last thing is the one that I am not able to prove.

Are there other ways to go?

Thanks.

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# [itex] (\gamma ^{\mu} )^T = \gamma ^0 \gamma ^{\mu} \gamma ^0 [/itex] identity proof

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