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Discrete quantum electrodynamics by Francis C.

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7 for intermediate vector bosons. Normally the Faddev-Popov ghosts restore the Ward identity but in this model the pure boson vertices are also understood as ghost interactions arising from the quantisation of a gauge field which has no physical meaning. 2 evolve as three separate Dirac particles; since quarks may have different masses the wave functions cannot in general remain identical. Nonetheless quarks are confined in measured states because there is only one space coordinate in the interaction density for all the quarks in an interaction.

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There is no way physically to distinguish the three quarks in a hadron, so the creation operator must be (anti)symmetric under permutations of the three quarks. 3 where the semi-colons indicates that the state has been symmetrised. g. 19). We draw attention to this because, although formally similar, the symmetry states are interpreted a little differently from the standard model where fields are considered separately from the Fock space on which they act. Historically SU(2), or isospin, was introduced by considering a nucleon as a particle which could be either proton or neutron.

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