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~ln(1[32~2) x cos(IJ/2) d~ (1  [3 2~ 2) [ ~ 2  cos 2 (()I2)] 1/2 Hence we find
(jR = 21X { ;: (1  2cp coth 2cp) (2I1E) 1 + In ;;:; + cp tanh cp + (1  cp tanh cp) 1 1  [3 2 coth2 cp) 1   + In    cp coth 2cp In (1  [3 ) 3 9 2[3 1 + [3 RADlATIVE CORRECTIONS
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(791) (792) f3 sin (OI2)[Isin(OI2)] 1 _ f32 sin 2 (012) Numerical investigation reveals that these corrections are far from negligible as they increase with energy. When liE/m ..... 0 the previous formulas become invalid. A criterion for validity is ln~<
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To go beyond this result, it is necessary to include higherorder terms involving the emission of several or even an infinite number of photons. The contributions of soft photons is then known to factorize in exponential form, showing that the process has zero probability in the limit I:J.Elm + O. 73 NEW EFFECTS
Higherorder terms in the perturbation series induce new effects, some of which will now be briefly presented. 731 PhotonPhoton Scattering
Four photon interactions have no classical counterpart and arise through quantum fluctuations of virtual charged particle pairs. From a theoretical point of view it is of interest to demonstrate how gauge invariance and current conservation cure the remaining potentially divergent amplitude, as was anticipated in the discussion of Sec. 71. Let us first sketch some dimensional arguments. The basic amplitude (Fig. 715) is of order a 2 so that the cross section takes the form 3 3 4 k 3 k4 a 1 MI2 J4(k 1 + k2  k3  k 4) a~ (793) kl 'k 2
with obvious notations for the momenta and energies of the photons. The dimen Figure 715 Basic diagram for photonphoton scattering.
QUANTUM FIELD THEORY
sional parameters are, for instance, the common energy w in the center of mass frame and the electron mass m. Here M stands for a dimensionless matrix element so that (J behaves correctly as a surface. We expect gauge invariance to allow for the extraction of four powers of the momenta from M. This will be subsequently confirmed. Consequently, 1 12 must M behave at least as (w/m)8 for small w. In this limit kl . k2 is proportional to w 2 . We therefore predict that at low energies w  1 m (794) where a is a numerical constant. Since rx 4 /m 2 ~ 10 ,ubarns, this cross section is exceedingly small up to the hundredkeY region. On the other hand, for w/m 1, due to the convergence of the process we do not encounter mass singularities so that simple dimensional counting indicates that w  1 m (795) with b a second numerical constant. In other words, it is likely that (J peaks for typical values of w/m of order one. We shall not present a fully fledged calculation, but instead will show that the results of the last section in Chap. 4 allow us to compute the numerical constant a of the lowenergy behavior. For that matter we observe that the EulerHeisenberg lagrangian [Eq. (4123)] involves a summation of all oneloop diagrams, each one integrated over the same constant electromagnetic field as many times as there are external lines. Note that E and B are linear in the external momenta. Furthermore, at a given order in e the sum of all diagrams (corresponding to permutations of the external line indices) is gauge invariant. When contracted with a polarization vector 8P(k) for an onshell process it should be invariant in the substitution 8p(k) + 8p(k) + Ak p. This means that this contracted quantity can only depend on 8(k) through the combination 8p(k)k a  8a(k)kp Up to a factor i this is the Fourier transform fpa(k) of the corresponding electromagnetic field. The term proportional to e4 will then involve at least four powers of the momenta. In the lowener,p l.imit it will then be sufficient to study the coefficient of the combination f~:~, at zero frequency. If the external electromagnetic fields coincide, the corresponding quantity is the fourthorder term in the effective lagrangian computed in a constant field, which was given by Eq. (4125) as 2 i(jit'4 = i [(E2  B2 + 7(E . B ] = +7 (796)

