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LJ E ’ ) (E’ E ) (E + (ei ej) K) (K ej)] - (ei * K) (K Ki K j . * ej) (1) Another summation is r lk Ei(K X &)j = Ei E; + &;(- E ~ ) where in writing the right-hand side, we have noted that K X E = & ‘ K X &’= - & . 1 37 It appears then that (2) is nothing more than the component of the vector product E x e’ on ei x e,. This then becomes 1 Ei(K X E)j = c EijI K I I E Lk (4) where e j j k is the antisymmetric tensor. Finally, using (3) and (l), one immediately gets (K X &)i(K X E ) j = dij - Ki K j .
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Asymptotic structure of space-time Proc. Cincinnati by F. Paul Esposito, Louis Witten