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1.1 Quantum field theory
1.2 Units
Relativistic wave equations
2.1 The Klein-Gordon equation
2.2 Mode expansion of solutions of the KG equation
2.3 Symmetries of the Klein-Gordon equation
Groups and their representations
3.1 The rotation group and SU(2)
3.2 Representations of symmetry groups
3.3 The Lorentz group
3.4 The generators of the Poincar´e group
3.5 Representations of the Poincar´e group
The Dirac equation
4.1 The Lorentz group and SL(2,C)
4.2 Spin 1/2 representations of the Lorentz group
4.3 General representations of γ matrices and Dirac spinors
4.4 Plane wave solutions
4.5 γ gymnastics and applications
Vector fields and Maxwell equations
5.1 Fields for spin 1
5.2 The electromagnetic field
5.3 The electromagnetic field and topology∗
Classical lagrangian field theory
6.1 Euler-Lagrange equations
6.2 Lagrangians for spin 0, 1/2 and 1 fields
6.3 Symmetries and conserved (Noether) currents
6.4 Space-time symmetries
6.5 (Abelian) gauge theories
Quantization of fields
7.1 Canonical quantization
7.2 Creation and annihilation operators
7.3 The real scalar field
7.4 The complex scalar field
7.5 The Dirac field
7.6 The electromagnetic field
Discrete symmetries
8.1 Parity
8.2 Charge conjugation
8.3 Time reversal
8.4 Bi-linear combinations
8.5 Form factors
9.1 Time evolution as path integral
9.2 Functional integrals
9.4 An application: time-dependent perturbation theory
9.5 The generating functional for time ordered products
9.6 Euclidean formulation
10.1 Generating functionals for free scalar fields
10.2 Generating functionals for interacting scalar fields
10.3 Interactions and the S-matrix
10.4 Feynman rules
10.5 Some examples
Scattering theory
11.1 kinematics in scattering processes
11.2 Crossing symmetry
11.3 Cross sections and lifetimes
11.4 Unitarity condition
11.5 Unstable particles
12.1 Non-abelian gauge theories
12.2 Spontaneous symmetry breaking
12.3 The Higgs mechanism
12.4 The standard model SU(2)W ⊗U(1)Y
12.5 Family mixing in the Higgs sector and neutrino masses
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