Electromagnetic Interactions in Stochastic Space-Time
Quantum electrodynamics (QED) is a beautiful theory describing the dynamics of photon and fermion interactions (electrons, muons etc.) with enormous accuracy in a very wide range of physical quantities (describing for example phenomena occurring in a region extending from very large length scales (5 x 1010 cm) to those of the microworld (10−15–10−16 cm)). Up to now no effect has been found experimentally which could not be confined within the local QED.
KeywordsGauge Invariance Quantum Electrodynamic Electromagnetic Interaction Vacuum Polarization Anomalous Magnetic Moment
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