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This arises by repeating the calculation leading from Eq. (5-4) to Eq. (5-13) in the case at hand. Thus
rsing = - 3
11m (4V2a)
E, .... m
V2~O
= - 3 ( 4nr o) =
(5-128)
We note indeed that the ratio r-:1 IB, where B is the binding energy B = ma 2/4, is of order a 3 '" 10- 6 justifying th~ above treatment. The previous calculation may be interpreted as giving the decay probability per unit time in terms of the transition matrix element at threshold as
r- 1
(2n)4(5(PJ - 2m)(53(p I)
I<II:!II e+ e- )1 21l/J(0) 12
(5-129)
This formula enables us to discuss the orthopositronium case where the minimum number of emitted photons is three. From the reduction formula to lowest order
Sf+-;
= (- ie)3 d4x1 d4x2 d4X 3 exp (i
k j Xj)
<01 T[: i/!(X1)t1l/J(X1):
: i/!(X2)t2l/J(X2): : i/!(x3)hl/J(X3):] Ie + e-, triplet)
(5-130)
Wick's theorem yields for the matrix element
permutatIOns
I. <01 :i/!(X1)t1 iS(X1 -
X2)t2 iS(X2 - x3)hl/J(X3): le+e-, triplet)
which inserted into (5-130) and after integration gives
Sf+-; = i(2n)4(5(PJ - 2m)(53(p I):!I Ii
= - ie 3(2n)4(5(PJ - 2m)(53(p I)
permutatIons
V(IX)t1
p_ ~
~~ _m
(5-131)
Here U<P) and V(IX) represent the Dirac spinors of the electron and positron at rest, and a projection on the triplet state has to be performed. The common energy momentum of the fermions is p == (m, 0) while (kb 8d, (k2' 82), and (k3' 83) are the momenta and polarizations of the final photons with PI = II kj- Of course, :!I is symmetric in the photon variables as required by Bose statistics. The integral over phase space will have to be divided by 3!. The result expressed in Eq. (5-131) may be represented by the sum of six Feynman diagrams, such as the one shown in Fig. 5-6a, obtained by permuting the photon variables. To
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-p,a
. iff
p,{3
Figure 5-6 Three-photon decay of orthopositronium. (a) One of the six diagrams describing the process to lowest order. (b) Choice of axis to measure the photon polarizations; n is the normal to the reaction plane.
proceed with the calculation let us introduce the notation
or J+-i -
ct~ -e 3 x+",,-,a123X-
ct X+
T . X+Z(J2
(5- 132)
with X standing for the two-component spinors describing the fermions. We shall illustrate a method different from the one which consists of the computation of traces when squaring 3f+-i' namely, we shall explicitly obtain the 2 x 2 matrix a123. With obvious notations the latter is derived from a 4 x 4 matrix as follows:
Set Wj = kJ, kj = k)wj. Choose, furthermore, Sj" P = 0 for j = 1, 2, 3 and let us write OJ for kj x 8j. This is a unit vector since kj " 8j = o. Then
(0, 1)t1
P- I< 2 - I< 3
(0, 1)t1 (k 1
1<1 -
)2 - m 2 = -(0,1) -2mW1
P+ m
t1~1
Similarly,
Therefore,
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