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``Capital greek Epsilon''
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- Subject: ``Capital greek Epsilon''
- From: J%org Knappen <Joerg.Knappen@uni-mainz.de>
- Date: Fri, 27 Aug 1993 15:09 +0200
Some weeks ago, a strange request occured on the net for a ``Capital greek
Epsilon'', which looks like the letter ``Open E'' in the african fonts (fc).
However, today I came across a reference for its use in math:
It is used to denote elements of a Grassmann algebra in:
J. F. Cornwall, Group theory in Physics Vol. III, Academic Press, London 1989
on page 7 ff.
It occurres in the upright version.
Yours, J"org Knappen.