A systematic study of matrices that satisfy specific Clifford conditions has shown that there is a "shell structure" in the anticommuting matrices and a consequent telescoping of eigenvalues of an L-matrix that is a linear combination of anticommuting matrices. This paper investigates the form of the weak interaction of the Hamiltonian function in classical particle physics as it applies to the shell structure. 5 pp. Ref. (KB)
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