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ADVANCES IN QUANTUM CHEMISTRY VOL 8.
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S(e' €3 e ) = J. Serre 34 The character associated with the element s is +2. An element glg2’ (gl E D 3 , g2’E D3‘)operates by x2 0 x2‘; then for this element the character is the same as that in the representation x9 ”. If we look for the character associated with an element glg2’swe have e Qe S e Q el J el Q e S e Qe el Q e e Q el e‘ Q e’ el Q e’ Let us put g,e = ae + be‘, g,e‘ = ce de’, + 5182’ gle Q g2’e, 8182’ glef Q g21e, 5182’ g,e Q g21e’, 8152’ gle’ Q g2’ef. g2‘e= ae g2’e’= ye + pel, + 6e’.