Some Observations on Quantum Chromodynamics
Part of the Studies in the Natural Sciences book series (SNS, volume 12)
It need not be repeated here why the theory referred to as “quantum chromodynamics” is considered to be the best candidate for a successful theory for the strong interactions.
KeywordsQuantum CHROMODYNAMICS Perturbation Expansion External Momentum Gluon Propagator Negative Real Axis
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