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Applications of Perturbative QCD by Richard D Field

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G . ~) Itlld where L is large. For small k, C(k) is approximately equal to one. bllt. at. rge k it behaves like 1/k 2 causing the integrals to converge. In the massive gluon scheme the infrared divergences are handled by r\ ' pl acing 1/k 2 by 1/(k 2 - m~) in the gluon propagator. Both the infrar d Iwd 1IItravioiet divergences can be treated simultaneously by the replacem ent. :\) fo r the gluon propagator. 5) and where for simplicity I have set 7J = 0 (Feynman gauge). 6) -+ 0 have been dropped.

8. 8 . 1 2) being dimensionless. The "dimensional regularization mass", rnD, plays a n analogous role to the gluon mass , rn g , in the massive gluon regularizatio n scheme. 8) gives r(~) aty;'; --;. qij) == 0'0 = 3ae~ Q r(N ~ 2) or 2 0'0 = 3ae q Q (Q2 )N/2-2 47rrnb . 30) when { = o. To evaluate the three-body decay of a virtual photon into a quark, antiquark, and a gluon we proceed in an analogous manner. 16) 3, where dN-PI d N -P2 (271")N-I(2Et) (271")N-1(2E2) N d -P3 ( )N 6N( ) (271")N-1( 2E3) 271" q - PI - P2 - P3 .

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