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Quantum field theory

Author: Mark Allen Srednicki
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
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"Quantum field theory is the basic mathematical framework that is used to describe elementary particles. It is a cornerstone of modern physics. This textbook provides a complete and essential introduction to this subject. Assuming only an undergraduate knowledge of quantum mechanics and special relativity, it is ideal for graduate students beginning the study of elementary particles, and will also be of value to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Problems, exercises, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Allen Srednicki
ISBN: 9780521864497 0521864496
OCLC Number: 71808151
Description: xxi, 641 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Part I. Spin Zero --
1. Attempts at relativistic quantum mechanics --
2. Lorentz invariance --
3. Canonical quantization of scalar fields --
4. The spin-statistics theorem --
5. The LSZ reduction formula --
6. Path integrals in quantum mechanics --
7. The path integral for the harmonic oscillator --
8. The path integral for free field theory --
9. The path integral for interacting field theory --
10. Scattering amplitudes and the Feynman rules --
11. Cross sections and decay rates --
12. Dimensional analysis with h=c=1 --
13. The Lehmann-Källén form --
14. Loop corrections to the propagator --
15. The one-loop correction in Lehmann-Källén form --
16. Loop corrections to the vertex --
17. Other 1PI vertices --
18. Higher-order corrections and renormalizability --
19. Perturbation theory to all orders --
20. Two-particle elastic scattering at one loop --
21. The quantum action --
22. Continuous symmetries and conserved currents --
23. Discrete symmetries: P, T, C, and Z --
24. Nonabelian symmetries --
25. Unstable particles and resonances --
26. Infrared divergences --
27. Other renormalization schemes --
28. The renormalization group --
29. Effective field theory --
30. Spontaneous symmetry breaking --
31. Broken symmetry and loop corrections --
32. Spontaneous breaking of continuous symmetries --
Part II. Spin One Half --
33. Representations of the Lorentz Group --
34. Left- and right-handed spinor fields --
35. Manipulating spinor indices --
36. Lagrangians for spinor fields --
37. Canonical quantization of spinor fields I --
38. Spinor technology --
39. Canonical quantization of spinor fields II --
40. Parity, time reversal, and charge conjugation --
41. LSZ reduction for spin-one-half particles --
42. The free fermion propagator --
43. The path integral for fermion fields --
44. Formal development of fermionic path integrals --
45. The Feynman rules for Dirac fields --
46. Spin sums --
47. Gamma matrix technology --
48. Spin-averaged cross sections --
49. The Feynman rules for majorana fields --
50. Massless particles and spinor helicity --
51. Loop corrections in Yukawa theory --
52. Beta functions in Yukawa theory --
53. Functional determinants --
Part III. Spin One --
54. Maxwell's equations --
55. Electrodynamics in coulomb gauge --
56. LSZ reduction for photons --
57. The path integral for photons --
58. Spinor electrodynamics --
59. Scattering in spinor electrodynamics --
60. Spinor helicity for spinor electrodynamics --
61. Scalar electrodynamics --
62. Loop corrections in spinor electrodynamics --
63. The vertex function in spinor electrodynamics --
64. The magnetic moment of the electron --
65. Loop corrections in scalar electrodynamics --
66. Beta functions in quantum electrodynamics --
67. Ward identities in quantum electrodynamics I --
68. Ward identities in quantum electrodynamics II --
69. Nonabelian gauge theory --
70. Group representations --
71. The path integral for nonabelian gauge theory --
72. The Feynman rules for nonabelian gauge theory --
73. The beta function for nonabelian gauge theory --
74. BRST symmetry --
75. Chiral gauge theories and anomalies --
76. Anomalies in global symmetries --
77. Anomalies and the path integral for fermions --
78. Background field gauge --
79. Gervais-Neveu gauge --
80. The Feynman rules for N x N matrix fields --
81. Scattering in quantum chromodynamics --
82. Wilson loops, lattice theory, and confinement --
83. Chiral symmetry breaking --
84. Spontaneous breaking of gauge symmetries --
85. Spontaneously broken abelian gauge theory --
86. Spontaneously broken nonabelian gauge theory --
87. The standard model: Gauge and Higgs sector --
88. The standard model: Lepton sector --
89. The standard model: Quark sector --
90. Electroweak interactions of hadrons --
91. Neutrino masses --
92. Solitons and monopoles --
93. Instantons and theta vacua --
94. Quarks and theta vacua --
95. Supersymmetry --
96. The minimal supersymmetric standard model --
97. Grand unification --
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