# New Electroweak Formulation Fundamentally Accounting for the Effect Known as “Maximal Parity-Violation”

@article{Ziino2006NewEF, title={New Electroweak Formulation Fundamentally Accounting for the Effect Known as “Maximal Parity-Violation”}, author={Giorgio Ziino}, journal={International Journal of Theoretical Physics}, year={2006}, volume={45}, pages={1993-2050} }

The electroweak scheme is wholly recast, in the framework of a relativistic quantum field formalism being a covariant fermion–antifermion extension of the usual one for massive spin-$$\frac{1}{2}$$ point fermions. The new formalism is able to reread the “maximal P-violation” effect in a way restoring P and C symmetries themselves: it provides a natural “chiral field” approach, which gives evidence of the existence of a pseudoscalar (extra) charge variety anticommuting with the scalar (ordinary…

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