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Milonni P.W. — The quantum vacuum: introduction to quantum electrodynamics
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Название: The quantum vacuum: introduction to quantum electrodynamics

Автор: Milonni P.W.

Аннотация:

This is an original pedagogical and scholarly account of quantum electrodynamics. It does not imitate other books. The author has his own points of view which are personal and insightful. The subject is presented as a part of physics with many applications to Casimir forces Van der Waals forces radiation and spectra of atoms vacuum fluctuations quantum optics etc. The author gives the impression that he explains what he has really understood and he makes you curious about the things that he has not. I like this book and recommend it; it has integrity.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1994

Количество страниц: 522

Добавлена в каталог: 26.11.2005

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Предметный указатель
$A^2$ term      85—86 136
Aberration formula      481
Abraham — Lorentz equation      156 157 167
Absorber theory (Wheeler — Feynman)      162 165
Absorption from broadband field      478
Absorption rate      3 479
action      334
Advanced fields, Dirac theory      161
Advanced fields, Wheeler — Feynman theory      162
Amplified spontaneous emission      199—201
Amplifying medium      193
Anomalous moment      107 108 413
Anomaly frequency      206
Anticommutation relations      306 338 384
Antinormal ordering      131 138 140
Antiparticles and causality      345
Antiparticles and Lorentz invariance      345
argument theorem      225
Atom, two-state model      128—151 495
Atomic stability      81
Auxiliary modes in Barash — Ginzburg theory      238
Auxiliary systems in Barash — Ginzburg theory      236
Average excitation energy      88 91 409
Axial frequency shift      207 208
Axial motion in Penning trap      203
Barash — Ginzburg theory zero-point field energy in lossy media      233—238
Bell’s Theorem      294
Bethe log      93—96 410
Bloch — Siegert shift      190
Bloch’s theorem      67
Bohm — Weinstein theory      168 169
Bohr energy levels      324 327
Bohr magneton      107 206
Bohr quantization condition      81
Bohr radius      57 104 119 418
Bohr radius and retarded van der Waals forces      257
Bose — Einstein statistics      65
Bosons      47
Bosons and fermions      337
Bosons, annihilation and creation operators      61 338 342
Bosons, commutation relations      338
Box normalization      44
Bragg condition      30
Brown — Twiss correlations      66 67 499
Bulk modes      233
Canonical commutation relations, Schroedinger field      336
Casimir and van der Waals forces      217—296
Casimir effect      54 57
Casimir effect and reality of zero-point field      73
Casimir effect for Dirac field      355—360
Casimir effect in atomic spectroscopy      281—286
Casimir effects, vacuum and source field interpretations      250
Casimir force      54 219
Casimir force and radiation pressure      97
Casimir force, as macroscopic manifestation of van der Waals forces      249
Casimir force, finite temperature correction      269
Casimir force, imperfectly conducting plates      228 229
Casimir force, physical interpretation and operator ordering      246 248
Casimir force, source theory      239
Casimir force, spherical conducting shell      287 359
Casimir forces in stochastic electrodynamics      293
Casimir — Polder force      106 107 275
Casimir — Polder interaction      263
Casimir’s electron model      286
Causality and spin statistics      343 352
Cavity QED      186—189 210
Cavity QED and continuum approximation      267
Cavity QED and extinction theorem      260
Cavity QED, generality      188 189
Cavity shift      209 210
Cavity, overdamped      199
Chaos in semiclassical dynamics without RWA      190
Characteristic function, single field mode      67
Charge conservation      361
Charge operator      351
Charge operator, normally ordered      354
Charge renormalization      412 417 424 471
Charge, bare      314 315 328 415 417
Charge, generalized      348
Charge, observed      314 315 328 417
Charge, observed, and vacuum polarization      415 417
Charge, quantum number      348
Charged scalar field      345—348
Chronological product      432 436
Classical oscillator model for an atom      3
Clausius — Mosotti relation      250
Closed loop      458
Coherent state      38
Collapse and revival behavior      193
Compton radius      170
Compton scattering      328 439—444 455 470
Compton scattering, differential scattering cross section      443
Compton wavelength      304 314 401 424
Compton wavelength and vacuum polarization      417
Compton wavelength and zitterbewegung      322 323
Constitutive relation      241
Continuum approximation      242
Continuum approximation and cavity QED      267
Continuum approximation and extinction theorem      267
continuum limit      396
Continuum states and Lamb shift      88
Contraction      440 453
Contravariant components      304
Cosmological constant problem      296
Coulomb gauge      39 47 120 291 361—364
Coulomb gauge and instantaneous Coulomb interactions      385
Coulomb gauge and Lorentz invariance      363
Coulomb potential modification due to vacuum polarization      417
Counter term      403 405 411 471
Covariant components      304
Covariant perturbation theory      381 425
Covariant perturbation theory and old-fashioned perturbation theory      449
Cross section, Mott      436
Cross section, stimulated emission      200
Current density, antisymmetrized      451
Current density, associated with negative-energy states      414
Cutoff      417
Cutoff function in Casimir effect      57 58
Cutoff wavelength      188
Cyclotron frequency      204 206—208
Darwin term      322
De Boer — Hamaker constant      220
Debye length      218
Debye — Waller factor      29 31
Debye — Waller factor, zero-temperature      31
Delay-differential equation      167
Delta function, longitudinal      122 501—503
Delta function, transverse      122 363 501—503
Density matrix      66 151 498
Derjaguin approximation      272 273
Dielectric constant and polarizability      244
Dielectric constant of a metal      275
Differential scattering cross section      435
Dipole approximation      see "Electric dipole approximation"
Dirac equation      303—329
Dirac equation and antimatter      328
Dirac equation and electron magnetic moment      413
Dirac equation and fine structure      327 328
Dirac equation and gyromagnetic ratio      320
Dirac equation and Lamb shift      327
Dirac equation for electron in an external field      318 461
Dirac equation, conserved current density      308
Dirac equation, Coulomb potential      325
Dirac equation, electromagnetic coupling      321
Dirac equation, energy spectrum      311
Dirac equation, free particle      308
Dirac equation, Green function      374 461
Dirac equation, hydrogen atom      323
Dirac equation, Lorentz covariance      308
Dirac equation, massless      356
Dirac equation, negative-energy solutions      310 312
Dirac equation, nonrelativistic approximation      318—322
Dirac equation, nonrelativistic limit      318—320
Dirac equation, plane-wave solutions      308
Dirac equation, single-particle theory      312
Dirac equation, spin      309 318 320
Dirac field      348
Dirac field and hole theory      350
Dirac field, annihilation and creation operators      348
Dirac field, anticommutation relations      348
Dirac field, between two plates      357
Dirac field, Casimir effect      355—360
Dirac field, expansion in plane waves      348
Dirac field, Hamiltonian      354
Dirac field, Lagrangian density      382
Dirac field, massless      357
Dirac field, particles and antiparticles      350
Dirac field, propagator      373
Dirac field, vacuum state      353
Dirac field, zero-point energy      351 353
Dirac particle massless      356
Dirac representation      306
Dirac sea      310 311 314 415
Dirac sea and quantum field theory      351 354
Dirac theory and vacuum field      83
Dirac vacuum      314 328
Dirac vacuum, negative zero-point energy      354
Dirac vacuum, quantum field theory      353 354
Dirac vacuum, stability      353
Dispersion forces      99
Dispersion forces, nonadditivity      254—258
Dispersion interaction long-range      258
Dispersion relations      238
Dispersion, microscopic theory      260
Dressed-state formalism      190
Dulong — Petit law      26
Dyadic Green function      240 241 268
Dyadic Green function, determined by classical Maxwell equations      246
Dyson expansion      430
Earnshaw’s theorem      202
Effective input noise intensity      200
Ehrenfest’s theorem      124
Einstein A coefficient      79 80 135 137
Einstein temperature      26
Einstein — Hopf model      11—14 22 60 67 70 164
Einstein — Hopf model, quantum theory      68—72
Einstein — Stern theory      14 17 29 68 71
Einstein — Stern theory and quantum theory      72
Einstein’s A and B coefficients      20
Einstein’s fluctuation formula      17—20 24 65
Einstein’s fluctuation formula and spontaneous emission      24
Einstein’s fluctuation formula and zero-point energy      24 66
Electric dipole approximation      12 50 51 84 95 119 173 488 496
Electric dipole approximation and magnetic force      120
Electric dipole interaction      493
Electric displacement vector      123
Electric field operator of electric dipole      127
Electric field operator, longitudinal part      127
Electric field operator, transverse part      127
Electromagnetic field tensor      362
Electromagnetic field, action      362
Electromagnetic field, commutation relations Coulomb gauge      363
Electromagnetic field, commutators      58 59
Electromagnetic field, equivalence of a single mode to a harmonic oscillator      40
Electromagnetic field, Hamiltonian      39 117 363
Electromagnetic field, Lagrangian density      363
Electromagnetic field, linear momentum      46
Electromagnetic field, physical states      366 368
Electromagnetic field, propagators      375—377
Electromagnetic field, quantization      38 360
Electromagnetic field, quantization in half-space      186
Electromagnetic field, quantization in plane waves      363
Electromagnetic field, quantization, Coulomb gauge      383
Electromagnetic field, quantization, Lorentz gauge      366
Electromagnetic field, thermal state      268
Electromagnetic field, vacuum state      48
Electromagnetic field, zero-point      41 42
Electromagnetic field, zero-point energy      66 73 128 219 221 232 250 281 286
Electromagnetic field, zero-point energy density      49
Electromagnetic field, zero-point spectrum      60
Electromagnetic field, zero-point spectrum, uniqueness      60
Electron and positron g factors      209
Electron cage      205
Electron line, creation and annihilation of virtual electron      456
Electron line, external      453
Electron line, internal      456
Electron propagator      374 439
Electron self-energy      381 394 444
Electron self-energy and negative-energy states      397 400
Electron self-energy, logarithmic divergence      397 400
Electron, annihilation and creation operators      452
Electron, anomalous moment      202 206
Electron, effective charge density      401
Electron, effective charge distribution      401
Electron, effective size      400—403
Electron, effective spread      397 401
Electron, effective spread due to negativeenergy states      424
Electron, effective spread due to vacuum fluctuations      403
Electron, magnetic moment      107—111
Electron, magnetic moment, radiation reaction and zeropoint field      111
Electron, point particle in QED      168 403
Electron, spin      107
Electron, unlikelihood of structure      403
Electron-positron pair creation      403
Electron-positron pairs      157 160 163 312
Electron-positron pairs, virtual      328
Electron-positron pairs, virtual, and observed charge      328
Emission rate      3
Energy elements      7 8
Energy nonconserving terms      69 146 147 190 323 496
Energy quanta      41
Energy quantization      18
Equipartition theorem      3 4 9 16 26
Equipartition theorem and Planck’s work      16
Essential-states approximation      146 148 190
Euler — Lagrange equation      362
Euler — Maclaurin formula      58 98
Evanescent field      281
Ewald — Oseen Extinction Theorem      188 259 260
Exchange and nonexchange contributions to self-energy      390—394
Exchange scattering      323
Exponential decay      136 147 193
Exponential decay, corrections to      148
External lines      453
Extinction theorem      259 260
Extinction theorem and cavity QED      260
Fermi Golden Rule      431 496
Fermion algebra      338
Fermion algebra, electron annihilation and creation operators      438
Fermion lines      453 459
Fermion lines, internal      458
Fermions, annihilation and creation operators      339 350
Fermions, anticommutation relations      338 419
Feynman approach simplification compared with old-fashioned perturbation theory      471
Feynman diagrams      452—471
Feynman diagrams, and space-time history      467
Feynman diagrams, Compton scattering      440 453
Feynman diagrams, electron-positron pair annihilation      461
Feynman diagrams, lines and vertices      459
Feynman diagrams, momentum-space      443
Feynman diagrams, pair creation      458
Feynman diagrams, pair creation and annihilation      456
Feynman diagrams, positron scattering      458
Feynman diagrams, self-energy      445 448 456
Feynman diagrams, sum over paths      472
Feynman diagrams, two-photon pair annihilation      458
Feynman diagrams, vacuum polarization      459
Feynman gauge      365 366
Feynman propagator      374 439 464 465 469
Feynman propagator and hole theory      465
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