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do you know where i can find the 3x3 matrix representation of SU(2)? Which means basically rotation matrices for particles of spin 1.

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do you know where i can find the 3x3 matrix representation of SU(2)? Which means basically rotation matrices for particles of spin 1.

Thanks!

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Google yielded the following pdf: http://www.mat.univie.ac.at/~westra/so3su2.pdf

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(S_{i})_{jk} = ε_{ijk}

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martin what do you mean by symmetric square of standard representation? Do you have a reference?

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