Current Algebra and Electromagnetic Hadron Interactions

  • N. Paver
Part of the Nuclear Physics Monographs book series (NUPHMO)

Abstract

The application of current algebra to elementary particle physics, in particular to electromagnetic interactions, has led to a large number of sensible results and positive achievements. They are sufficiently numerous that it is impossible to review all of them here exhaustively, and additionally their derivation is often complicated by gauge invariance. Thus we will limit ourselves to a few topics, trying to emphasize the basic points of the method and to point out some recent developments.

Keywords

Ward Identity Current Algebra Pion Photoproduction Pion Pole Vector Current Conservation 
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  • N. Paver
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  1. 1.Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare—Sezione di TriesteIstituto di Fisica Teorica dell’Università—TriesteItaly

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