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Introduction and Review
2.1 Introduction
2.2 The Feyman Path Integral
2.3 The free particle propagator
2.6 Correlation functions
Mathematical Appendix
3.1 Functional Differentiation
3.2 Functional Taylor series
Introduction to Field Theory
4.1. INTRODUCTION TO CONTINUUM MECHANICS 35
4.1 Introduction to Continuum Mechanics
4.2 Correlation functions
4.3 The Feyman Propagator
4.4 Interacting Fields
4.5 Momentum Space
4.6 Virtual Particles
4.7 A Word About Renormalization
5.1 The Quantum Mechanics of Identical Particles
5.2 Boson States
5.3 More General Operators
5.4 Field Operators
5.5 Field Equations
5.6 Momentum Representation
5.7 Superfluids
5.7.1 Bogoliubov Theory
5.7.2 The Bogoliubov Transformation
5.8 Fermions
5.8.1 Inclusion of Spin
5.8.2 The Fermi Sphere and the Debye Cutoff
5.9 Superconductors
5.9.1 Effective Electron-Electron Interaction
6.1 Introduction to Field Theory
6.2. INTRODUCTION TO CONTINUUM MECHANICS 97
6.2 Introduction to Continuum Mechanics
6.3. INTRODUCTION TO SECOND QUANTIZATION 101
6.3 Introduction to Second Quantization
6.4 Field Theory and the Klein-Gordon Equation
6.5 The Propagator
7.1 The Interaction Picture
7.2 The S Matrix
7.3 The LSZ Reduction Scheme
7.4 Correlation Functions
7.5 The Wick Expansion
7.6 An Example
8.1 Classical Scattering
8.2 Quantum Scattering
8.3 Phase Space
8.4 Two-Particle Scattering
8.5 The General Case
The Dirac Equation
9.1 The Equation
9.2 Plane Wave Solutions
9.3 Charge Conjugation and Antiparticles
9.4 Quantizing the Field
9.5 The Lorentz Group
9.6 Spinor Representations
9.7 The Dirac Propagator
The Photon Field
10.1 Maxwell’s Equations
10.2 Quantization in the Coulomb Gauge
Quantum Electrodynamics
11.1 Gauge Invariance
11.2 Noether’s Theorem
11.3 Feynman’s Rules for QED
11.4.1 Trace Technology
11.4.2 Kinematics
11.5 Introduction to Renormalization
Weak Interactions
12.1 Parity Violation
12.2 Neutrinos
12.3 Chirality, Helicity and Electrons
12.4 Lepton Number
The Electroweak Theory
13.1 Weak interaction of quarks
13.2 Weak Isospin
13.3 The Intermediate Vector Bosons
13.4 The Feynman Rules
14.3 A More Abstract Look
14.4. NON-RELATIVISTIC FIELD THEORY 233
14.4 Non-Relativistic Field Theory
14.5. SPONTANEOUS BREAKING OF LOCAL SYMMETRY 237
14.5 Spontaneous Breaking of Local Symmetry
15.1 Spontaneously broken global SU(2) symme-
15.2 Quarks and Leptons
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