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svrphy
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I just came across the following Quote in an introductory Quantum physics book"There are certain experiments in which behave differently in their mirror image form, this is called the Parity Violation in." Can anybody explain in detail what parity violation is and what mathematical description is used for it. I just had an introductory level course in Quantum Mechanics so Can this be a hard thing to understand mathematically ? I remember having possibly coming across something called a Right Handed Particle & a Left Handed Particle in this Context. Can anybody detail this as well (if my terminology is correct)