By Igor I. Sobelman, J.P. Toennis
Atomic Spectra and Radiative Transitions covers the systematics of atomic spectra, non-stop spectrum radiation, and the excitation of atoms. This moment version has extra chapters on relativistic corrections within the spectra of hugely charged ions, which rounds off the former therapy. wide tables of oscillator strengths (both dipole and quadrupole), possibilities and pass sections of radiative transitions whole this textbook, making it worthwhile additionally as a reference paintings.
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One may then wonder whether the ghosts may not be interpreted as a term that restores gauge invariance. This is indeed so, as will be discussed in the present section. Let us begin with QED. 1. , 8 Dp. = all. , We follow the discussion of de Rafael (1977,1979). 1) 30 QeD as a Field Theory is not gauge invariant because of the gauge-fixing term - (A/2)(aA)2. Gauge invariance may, however, be restored by means ofthe following trick. 2) to 2~ with w a massless field without interactions. 3). The restoration of gauge in variance was comparatively easy here; because A has no charge, and thus no self-interactions, we could take w to be real and free.
28 QeD as a Field Theory ° For n2 < 0, one considers axial gauges;6 n2 = is a light like gauge. 7 Since n is an external vector, manifest Lorentz invariance is lost; of course, gauge invariance guarantees that the result for physical quantities is independent of n, hence Lorentz invariant. Let us begin with an axial gauge. 12) holds as an operator statement over the entire Hilbert space. 13) is . 14,15) for n· k = o. Here we will only make one-loop calculations for which the problems do not exist.
Then the supplementary condition u- B = 0 may be written as Ba_(x) = 0. 16) The propagator is . PIlV(k, u) I k 2 + iO . 15) to n = u, u 2 = O. In 6 7 Axial gauges are discussed in Kummer (1975) and work quoted there. See, for example, Tomboulis (1973) and references therein. 17) may be rewritten as _ p~fI g~fI k2 + (i5~kfl + i5~k~)/L k~k~ + iO As an example of the use of a lightlike gauge, we consider the second-order gluon propagator. In this gauge Ipv _ -ig2CAi5abf dDk . fI]p~p(k, u) + q)"gPtI + (k - q)tlgVP + (2q + k)PgVtI]P tlfI(k + q, u).
Atomic Spectra and Radiative Transitions by Igor I. Sobelman, J.P. Toennis