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Henley E.M., Thirring W. — Elementary Quantum Field Theory
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Название: Elementary Quantum Field Theory

Авторы: Henley E.M., Thirring W.

Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

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Год издания: 1962

Количество страниц: 287

Добавлена в каталог: 04.12.2013

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$T$ matrix, analytic properties      143—144 201—203 207 212
$T$ matrix, high-energy behavior      145 148—150
$T$ matrix, in Lee model      140—145
$T$ matrix, in pion theory      200—208 212 220
$T$ matrix, in pion theory, branch cuts      202
$T$ matrix, in pion theory, crossing symmetry      201 202 207 212
$T$ matrix, in pion theory, diagonalization      204—208
$T$ matrix, in pion theory, one-pion subspace      206
$T$ matrix, in pion theory, relation to phase shift      205
$T$ matrix, in pion theory, zero-energy behavior      203 207
$T$ matrix, low-energy behavior      145 146 148—150 203 207
Adiabatic principle      83 96 98n. 219
Analytic properties of scattering matrices      143 144 201 202 207 211
Anderson, H. L.      164n.
Angular distribution, in photomeson production      232n. 236 238 240 242
Angular distribution, in pion scattering      174 175 216 217
angular momentum      34—40 260
Angular momentum, commutation      36 60 64
Angular momentum, definition      35
Angular momentum, eigenstates      39 176 177
Angular momentum, eigenstates, expansion of field in      38 39 159 259
Angular momentum, in nuclear forces      249 251 252
Angular momentum, in photomeson production      232n. 236 238 240 242
Angular momentum, in pion theory      156 158 161 170 171 182 198 199 204
Angular momentum, projection operators      206
Antinucleons      154 155
Antinucleons, annihilation      224
Antisymmetric tensor      36
Arnous, E.      125n.
Bardeen, J.      154n.
Bare particles      77 78 129
Barnes, S. W.      209n. 210n.
Beneventano, M.      245n. 246n.
Bernardini, G.      245
Bethe, H. A.      118n. 155n. 157n. 184n. 198n.
Blatt, J. M.      116n. 117125n. 136n. 209n. 230n. 247n.
Bohr, A.      153n.
Bohr, N.      3n. 26n.
Born approximation      see Perturbation theory
Born — Oppenheimer approximation      25
Born, M.      252n.
Bose gas      153 154
Bose — Einstein statistics      20 26 52 88 182 186
Bound states      see States
Boundary conditions, for Green’s function      52
Boundary conditions, periodic      5 7 25
Boundary conditions, spherical      35 38
Bra      13
Branch cuts of T matrix      202
Bremsstrahlung      98 99
Brueckner, K. A.      257n.
Bumiller, F.      228 229 235
Canonical variables      7
Capps, R. H.      233n.
Carlson — Lee, D.      245n.
Castillejo, R. H.      144n. 211n.
Center-of-mass operator      42 43
Charap, J. M.      253n.
Charge      60 129
Charge independence in pion physics      176 216 251
Charge, commutation rules      60 61
Charge, conservation, in Lee model      129
Charge, conservation, in pion physics      157
Charge, degrees of freedom      58—67 126
Charge, density      60
Charge, density, of nucleon      219 221 225 226 228 229 232—234
Charge, eigenstates, in Lee model      129 142
Charge, of vacuum      62 66
Charged particles      61 62
Charged particles, creation operators      62
Charged particles, point nature      62 63
Charged pions      65
Chew — Low plot      209 210
Chew, G. F.      212 218n. 245n. 248n. 256n.
Christian, R.      186n.
Cini, M.      218n. 231n.
Circular components, of isospin      159
Circular components, of spin      159
Classical behavior of particles      56 89
Classical treatment      34
Classical treatment, for nucleon potential      249 250
Classical treatment, for pair theory      100—111
Classical treatment, for pion physics      166—172 192
Classical treatment, for pion physics, angular momentum      170 171 177
Classical treatment, for pion physics, bound state      171
Classical treatment, for pion physics, energy      170 171
Classical treatment, for pion physics, equation of motion      167—169
Classical treatment, for pion physics, excited state      167 170—174 214
Classical treatment, for pion physics, neutral theory      166
Classical treatment, for pion physics, scattering      172—175
Classical treatment, for pion physics, source      168 169
Classical treatment, for pion physics, strong coupling limit      171
Clebsch — Gordan coefficients      176 181
Commutation relations, canonical variables      9 30 32
Commutation relations, creation and destruction operators      10 24 25 38 75 259
Commutation relations, current      233 237 238
Commutation relations, distinguishable fields      58 62 63
Commutation relations, field operators      29 32 160
Commutation relations, in interaction      75 86 113
Commutation relations, isospin      65 160
Commutation relations, particle density      43 44
Commutation relations, spin      160
Compton scattering      232 247
Condon, E. U.      67n. 175n.
Constants of motion      34 59
Constants of motion, for distinguishable particles      64
Constants of motion, for pion physics      161 162
Continuity equation      60 233 234
Continuous vibrating line      6—8
Cooper, L. N.      154n.
Coordinates, normal      4
Core, repulsive      155
Corson, D. R.      245
Coulomb field      99
Coupled harmonic oscillators      4 5 23—29
Coupling constant, effective      164 165 214 215
Coupling constant, renormalized, in pion physics      203 209 210 223 246 255 256
Creation of particles      93—99 208 232 235—247
Creation operators      9 26 33 38 39 75
Cross section      see Scattering
Crossing symmetry      201 202 207 212
Current      60 232—235 237—241
Current, commutation relations for      233 237 238
Current, distribution of nucleon      225—227
Cutcosky, R. E.      254
Cziffra, P.      256
Dalitz, R. H.      144n. 211n.
Dancoff, S. M.      184n. 192n. 196231n.
Davidon, W. C.      164 217
de Hoffmann, F.      118n. 157n. 184n. 198n.
Debye, P.      6
Degrees of freedom      9 19 27
Degrees of freedom, internal, in Lee model      126
Degrees of freedom, internal, in many dimensions      63—65
Degrees of freedom, internal, in pion physics      156
Degrees of freedom, internal, in three dimensions      65—67
Degrees of freedom, internal, in two dimensions      58—63
Demeur, M.      100n.
Destruction operators      9 26 33 38 39 75
Determinant, Fredholm      104—106
Deuteron      255
Dirac notation      13 14
Dirac, P. A. M.      7 12n. 13 63n.
Dirac’s $\delta$ function      7 29
Displaced harmonic oscillator      15 22
Displacement generator      36
Distinguishable particles      58
Drell, S. D.      101n. 163n. 240n.
Dressing operator      180 181 253 254
DuMond, J. W. M.      230n.
Dyson, F. J.      101n. 144n. 163n. 211n.
Eden, R. J.      100n.
Effective coupling constant      164 165 214 215
Effective range      209 213
Ehrenfest theorem      42
Eigenstates, of angular momentum      176 177
Eigenstates, of charge      129 142
Eigenstates, of Hamiltonian, for coupled oscillators      10 19 20
Eigenstates, of Hamiltonian, for free fields      26 39
Eigenstates, of Hamiltonian, for harmonic oscillator      10—12 (see also Isospin; States; specific theories e.g. Lee
Eigenvalues of Hamiltonian, for coupled oscillators      18—21
Eigenvalues of Hamiltonian, for free fields      26 39
Eigenvalues of Hamiltonian, for harmonic oscillator      10 11
Eigenvalues of Hamiltonian, for Lee model      127
Eigenvalues of Hamiltonian, for neutral static sources      84 85 90 91
Eigenvalues of Hamiltonian, for pair theory      120—122
Eigenvalues of Hamiltonian, for pion physics      177 178
Einstein, A.      6 142
Electric-dipole transitions      234 243 245 246
Electrodynamics, quantum      77 98 117 154 235 236
electromagnetic field      8 28 46 60 61 90 96—98 100 101 125 166 232—248
Electron gas      153 154
Elementary particles      154
Endt, P. M.      100n.
Energy renormalization, in Lee model      127 131
Energy renormalization, in neutral static-source theory      84—86 91
Energy renormalization, in pair theory      121
Energy renormalization, in pion theory      160 224 225
Energy renormalization, in pion theory, intermediate coupling      187—189
Energy renormalization, in pion theory, numerical calculations      196 197
Energy renormalization, in pion theory, perturbation theory      183 225
Energy renormalization, in pion theory, strong-coupling theory      195 196 225
Energy renormalization, in pion theory, Tamm — Dancoff treatment      185
Energy, of excited state in pion theory      170 171 191 196 213 214
Energy, of ground state      160 (see also Energy renormalization)
Energy, of quanta in Lee model      128
Energy, of resonance in pion theory      173 174 196
Energy, transferred to field      95 96
Equations of motion, classical pion theory      167—169
Equations of motion, coupled oscillators      4 5 23 24
Euler      30
Euler, Lee model      128 130—132
Euler, neutral static source      71 73
Euler, pair theory      74 102
Euler, pion theory      160 161
Excited state      196 214;
Fermi — Dirac statistics      26
Feynman diagrams      203 208 215 250 251 253
Fields      see specific fields e.g. Free
Fluctuation, in number of field quanta      55—57 88
Fluctuation, in position of nucleon      56
Fluctuation, zero-point      12 20 21 27 28 89
Foldy, L. L.      101n. 163n.
Form factor      235
Fourier series      7 29
Fourier transform      72 96 97 102
Frazer, W. R.      155n. 229n.
Fredholm determinant      104—106
Fredholm series      103
Free field      23—31
Free field, angular momentum      35
Free field, commutation relations for field operators      25 29 75
Free field, equations of motion      29—32
Free field, expansion, in plane waves      25 259
Free field, expansion, in spherical waves      38 39 259
Free field, Hamiltonian      24 30
Free field, Hamiltonian density      49
Free field, Lagrangian      31
Free field, linear momentum      35
Free field, linear-momentum density      49
Free field, zero-point energy      49
Free field, zero-point fluctuations      27—29
frequency      7
Frequency, negative and positive components of field      42 103 104
Frequency, negative and positive components of field, commutation rules      42 44
Friedman, M. H.      186n. 240n.
Fubini, S.      218n. 223n. 231n. 253n.
Fulco, J. R.      155n. 229n.
Functional derivative      7 29 30
Galilean invariance      156
Gartenhaus, S.      257n.
Gauge transformation      61
Gaussian cutoff for source      165
Gaussian distribution      15
Gell — Mann, M.      80n. 202n.
Giacomelli, G.      209 210
Glaser, V.      136n. 256n.
Glicksman, M.      217
Goldberger, M. L.      80n. 202n.
Goldschmidt — Clermont, Y.      246
Green’s function      71 73
Green’s function, advanced      72 73
Green’s function, retarded      72 74
Ground state      see Eigenstates; Vacuum
Haber — Schaim, U.      182n.
Halpern, F. R.      196n.
Hamiltonian density      49 51
Hamiltonian, continuous vibrating line      7
Hamiltonian, coupled oscillators      4 18
Hamiltonian, free field      30 260
Hamiltonian, harmonic oscillator      9 10
Hamiltonian, Lee model      127 128 132 133
Hamiltonian, neutral static scalar source      84
Hamiltonian, pair theory      119 120
Hamiltonian, pion physics      160 176 224 250 260
Hamiltonian, pion physics, in intermediate coupling      186 188
Hamiltonian, pion physics, in strong coupling      192—194
Hamiltonian, radiation field      235 236
Hamiltonian, Schr$\ddot{o}$dinger field      33
Hamiltonian, several sources      90 250
Hamilton’s equations      4 7
Hankel function      44 73
Harlow, F.      192n.
harmonic oscillator      9—17
Harmonic oscillator, displaced      15 16
Harmonic oscillator, eigenstates      10—12
Harmonic oscillator, ground state      11
Harmonic oscillator, ground state, zero-point fluctuations      12
Harmonic oscillator, Hamiltonian      9—11
Harmonic oscillator, number of particles      125
Harmonic oscillator, operators, commutation relations      10
Harmonic oscillator, spatial representation      11 13 14
Harmonic oscillator, time dependence      12—17
Harmonic oscillator, two-dimensional      59
Harmonic oscillator, wave packet      15
Harmonic oscillator, with external force      71
Heisenberg representation      13 200
Heisenberg representation, equations of motion      13
Heitler — London approximation      253
Henley, E. M.      78n. 101n. 163n. 186n. 257n.
Hilbert spaces      27
Hofstadter, R.      228n. 229n. 235n.
Holladay, W. G.      233n.
Hydrodynamics      153
Hydrogen atom      88
Hyperons      154 155
Ida, M.      144n.
Indefinite metric      138
Induced emission      142
Infrared divergence      99
interactions      see Source; specific theories e.g. Pair
Interference between field quanta      52—54 56
Intermediate-coupling approximation      186—192
Intermediate-coupling approximation, energy renormalization      187—189
Intermediate-coupling approximation, excited state      190 191
Intermediate-coupling approximation, Hamiltonian      186 188
Intermediate-coupling approximation, neutral pseudoscalar theory      188—192
Intermediate-coupling approximation, pion wavefunction      186 187 189 191
Intermediate-coupling approximation, renormalization constants      192
Intermediate-coupling approximation, strong coupling limit      190 191
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