If you have the product of two Grassman numbers C=AB, and take the conjugate, should it be C*=A*B*, or C*=B*A*?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The general rule for operators, whether they are Grassman operators (like the Fermion field operator) or the Bose field operator, I think is (AB)^dagger=B^dagger A^dagger.

This seems to suggest C* should be defined as B*A* for Grassman numbers, so when you quantize to Grassman operators, you get the right definition. Is this right?

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# Quantizing the conjugate operator to adjoint operator

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