High Energy Particle Physics

   

NTEP: Chapter 9. Physical Vacuum and Its Effect on Elementary Particles and Their Interactions

Authors: Alexander G. Kyriakos

The first purpose of this chapter is to describe the influence of physical vacuum (PV) on the characteristics of particles (e.g. electron) and their interactions. Our second purpose is to show that all methods of calculation of this influence, which are used in quantum field theory (QFT), can be represented in electromagnetic (EM) form within the framework of nonlinear theory of elementary particles (NTEP).

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