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Notice the (expected) asymmetric character of the last vertex. With our convention the outgoing ghost line carries the momentum arising from the differentiation. For an actual computation, the above rules have of course to be supplemented by the prescriptions derived in Chap. 6, namely, integrations with the measure d4kj(2n)4 of all internal momenta, factorization of the global energy momentum delta function, symmetry factors, and a factor minus one for every ghost loop. Let us complete the Feynman rules when matter fields are coupled in a minimal way. We add to the lagrangian (12-90) the terms
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or for fermion and boson fields respectively. Here ljJ and cP stand for multiplets of fields, transforming according to some representation R of the group, the infinitesimal generators of which are the anti hermitian matrices T a and P is a polynomial. We recall that Dil denotes
all - gAllaTa
The additional Feynman rules are
i P -m
2 0AB
g(YIl)ap TlB
x (2n)404(p - p' - k)
gTlB(P1l
+ P'Il)
x (2n)404(p - p' - k)
(12-94)
steff =
- ig 2g IlV{ T a, Tb} AB
x (2n)404(p - p' - k - k')
The first column refers to fermions and the second to bosons. In the latter case, additional vertices stem from the self-coupling polynomial P( cP t cP).
For completeness, we also give here the Feynman rules in the axial gauge. To this end, we add to the lagrangian a term of the form (n' Af:
~ [ -iF.yaF"Ya - ~ (n.A a)2 ]
(12-95)
The axial gauge is reached by letting A- 1 go to zero and, as shown above, no ghost term is required in this limit.
NONABELIAN GAUGE FIELDS
The corresponding propagator is
[ - i( D jJ @ jJ -
An @ n)] -
- -10
. [g.,
+ An 2)k.k, -'--,---"'+ (FAk2(k' n)2 - k.n,2+ k,n.] k2 k k. n
(12-96)
;.-1 ..... 0
---->
1 ab
g., - (k.n, + k,n.)(k n)-1 + n2(k' n)-2k.k,
The problems raised by the new type of singularity in the denominators will not be investigated here. Noticethatthe propagator behaves as k- 2 only in the limit A-1 ..... O. Finally, the A 3 and A4 vertices are the same as in Eq. (12-92).
12-3 THE EFFECTIVE ACTION AT THE ONE-LOOP ORDER
The previous Feynman rules lead to a theory renormalizable according to power counting, since all propagators behave as k- 2 and all vertices have dimension four. However, the problem is to show that gauge in variance is preserved by the renormalization. Before embarking on a long and rather technical proof to all orders, it is instructive to perform an explicit computation of the one-loop effective action.
12-3-1 General Form
To cope with the multiplicity of indices let us use a compact functional notation. As in Eqs. (6-73) or (9-107) we obtain the effective action through a Legendre transformation
ir(A, 11, fi) = G(J,
~, ~) -
d x (J A
+ ~11 + ii~)
(12-97)
where
11 = io~
11 = - io~
Lorentz and group indices have been omitted. The derivatives with respect to anticommuting variables are understood as left derivatives. In other words, we write
This prescription is responsible for the minus sign in the expression (12-97) for ii. To lowest order, r reduces to the action
r[Ol
= J(A, 11, ii) =
d4 x 2
eff (A,
11, ii; g, A)
(12-98)
QUANTUM FIELD THEORY
while the first correction r[ll results from a gaussian integration over primed variables of the action expanded to second order:
We write the quadratic form explicitly as
d4 x tr {-!:([D!',
A~J -
[Dv,
A~J)([D!', A,vJ / 8!,ij'[D!',I1 J
[D", A'!'J)
-~PlA~,A~J +~(8!'A~ +
g8!,ij[A~, I1 /J + g8!'ij'[A'!', I1J}
(12-99)
where matrix notations are used, 11 = l1ata, etc. This fairly complicated form mixes commuting and anticommuting variables. We recall the formulas
JTI ~ J0 e-fj.4t'1+bl+fj ~ =
(2n)1/2
e- xQx/2 + U X
[det QJ - 1/2 euQ - 1u(2 det At e~.4t-l~ (12-100)
dfi; dl1i
for gaussian integrals of commuting and anticommuting variables respectively. In the mixed case, we get
JTI (2~;;/2 TI
(dfi; dl1i) exp (-ixQx
+ fjlXx + XPI1 -
fjAtI1
+ u' x + ~'11 + fj'~)
(12-101)
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