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4q' 2 = - - s
,1.(s, m~, m~)
(A-47)
Optical theorem: total cross section i ---+ . in terms of the imaginary part of the forward elastic amplitude .9ii(S, t = 0):
(A-48)
QUANTUM FIELD THEORY
Decomposition into partial wave amplitudes for spinless particles:
:7j ,(S, t) = 16n
L (21 + l)P,(cos e):7j;(s) ,
(A-49)
with
41 q II q'I cos e=
(mi - m~)(m5 - mil t - u + -------s
s + t + u = mi + m~ + m5 + mi
Unitarity below the inelastic threshold results in
(A-50)
Generalization to particles with spin has been sketched in Chap. 5.
A-4 FEYNMAN RULES
Feynman rules for the computation of a definite Green function or scattering amplitude: 1. Draw all possible topologically distinct diagrams-connected or disconnected but without vacuumvacuum subdiagrams-contributing to the process under study, at the desired order. 2. For each diagram, and to each internal line, attach a propagator:
i k 2 - m 2 + ie
for a spin 0 boson for a spin i: fermion
(A-51)
~-~+ iet
-/.(gP' 2
k pk./p.2 k - p.2 + ie
(A-52)
k pk./p.2) k 2 - p.2/A + ie ]
(A-53a)
-[ gpo (1 - A-1)kpk. k 2 - p.2 + ie - (k 2 - p.2 + ie)(k2 - p.2/A
+ ie)
(A-53b)
for a spin 1 boson of mass p. in the Stueckelberg gauge, i.e., endowed with a kinetic lagrangian
ff! = -
+(0 A - 0 A )2 - - (0' A)2 ~., '. 2
+ ~ A2 2
3. To each vertex, assign a weight derived from the relevant monomial of the interaction lagrangian. It is composed of a factor coming from the degeneracy of identical particles in the vertex, of the coupling constant appearing in iff!;nt' of possible tensors in internal indices, and of a momentum conservation delta function (2n)4 04(Lp). To each field derivative 0.4> is associated - ip. where p is the corresponding incoming momentum. Vertices for the most common theories are listed below. 4. Carry out the integration over all internal momenta with the measure d4k/(2n)4, possibly after a regularization. 5. Multiply the contribution of each diagram by (a) a symmetry factor l/S where S is the order of the permutation group of the internal liries and vertices leaving the diagram unchanged when the external lines are fixed; (b) a factor minus one for each fermion loop; and (c) a global sign for the external fermion lines, coming from their permutation as compared to the arguments of the Green function at hand (see Chap. 6).
APPENDIX
These rules yield truncated functions with no factor on the external lines. Connected functions
(2n)4(i4(1:p)G c(Ph"" Pn) are obtained by retaining only connected diagrams and by putting propagators (A-51) to (A-53) on the external lines. Contributions to proper Green functions i(2n)4(i4(1:p)r(Ph"" Pn) come from one-particle irreducible diagrams. Finally, the scattering amplitude i.'T(2n)4(i4(P i - PI)
is obtained, up to renormalization, from the previous rules by putting the external lines on their = and providing external fermion lines with spinors u(p), v(q'), ii(p'), mass shell, i.e., letting v(q) according to whether the line enters or leaves the diagram and whether it belongs to the initial or final state (p = p' = m, iii = iii' = -m).
pr mr,
u(p)
v(q') -q'
Initial state
v(q)
p' ii(p')
Final state
Standard theories
(a) cp4 theory
Propagator (A-51) Vertex -i.l.(2n)4(i4(1:p)
(b) Quantum electrodynamics
Photon propagator (A-53b) with /1 2 Fermion propagator (A-52)
Vertex
(c) Scalar electrodynamics
Sf =
-!(il~A, -
il,A.)2 -
~(il' A)2 + [(il~ + ieA.)cpr[W + ieA.)cp] -
m 2cptcp -
~ (cptcp
Photon propagator (A-53) with /1 2 = 0 Scalar propagator (A-51) oriented along the charge flow Vertices:
k k'
P~P'
pX p '
QUANTUM FIELD THEORY
(d) Nonabelian gauge theory
f = -!(o~Ava - ovA~a - gCabcA~bAvol(oaAVa - oVA~a - gCabcA~AVc)
+ ilf[iy~(O" -
gAaa Ta ) -
mJt/I + [(0" 2
gAaaTa)4>Jt[(oa - gAaaTa)4>J - m~4>t4>
Vector propagator as in (A-53b), with 11 = 0 Ghost IJ propagator as in (A-51) A minus sign for each ghost loop Vertices:
p r c
p)<q
(J P r d c Ghost-vector vertex:
Fermion-vector vertex:
P f3B
Scalar-vector vertices:
kXpk
p B A
with T a anti hermitian.
INDEX
Adler compatibility condition, 538 Adler sum rule, 533, 688 Adler-Weisberger sum rule, 540 Analyticity properties, 245, 301 Angular momentum: scalar field, 26, 117 Dirac field, 52, 144 Annihilation operators, 109, 114, 146 Anomalies, 549, 605, 628 Anomalous dimensions, 650, 656, 678, 684 Anticommutation relations, 146 Antilinear, antiunitary operator, 46 Asymptotic freedom, 657 Asymptotic (ultraviolet) behavior, 405, 654 Axial gauge, 566, 584 Bare parameters, 346 Bargmann-Fock states (see Coherent states) Bargmann-Michel-Telegdi equation, 17 Becchi-Rouet-Stora transformation, 595 Bender-Wu formula, 473 j3-function, 639, 649, 653 Bethe-Heitler cross section, 240 Bethe-Salpeter equation, 480, 482 Bhabha cross section, 281 Bjorken's inequality, 534 Bjorken-Feynman scaling, 663 B1och-Nordsieck,197 Bogoliubov-Parasiuk-Hepp theorem, 397 Bogoliubov recursion formula, 391 Bohr radius, 72 Borel transformation, 465 Breit equation, 498 Bremsstrahlung, 39,238,286,352
Cabibbo angle, 527, 630 Cabibbo-Radicati sum rule, 532 Callan-Gross sum rule, 688 Callan-Symanzik equations, 637, 649 Casimir effect, 138 Casimir operators, 592 Charge conjugation, 85, 122, 152 Charge renormalization, 346, 414 Charged scalar field, 30, 120, 282 Charm, 517,628 Chiral symmetry, 534, 541 Chirality, 87 Classical electromagnetic radius, 38 Clifford algebra, 54 Cluster property, 512 Coherent states, 118, 170,435 Coleman theorem, 513 Coleman-Weinberg effective potential, 454 Collective modes, 470 Color quantum number, 518, 553, 629, 659 Compton scattering, 39, 224, 286, 536 Confinement, 517, 659 Conformal in variance, 642 Connected Green functions, 212, 270 Connected S matrix, 211 Conservation laws, 19,28,509 Conserved vector current (CVC) hypothesis, 527 Constrained systems, 456, 573 Convergence theorem for Feynman amplitudes, 382 Coulomb gauge, 10, 576 Coulomb scattering, 94, 349 Counterterms, 326, 385 Counting of diagrams, 466
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