By Willi-Hans Steeb
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Nevertheless, let's also find it by a direct calculation. This will be useful, because we'll have to do several similar calculations in QCD. We are only interested in the ultraviolet divergence of the diagram in Fig. 9. This divergence is logarithmic. We may nullify all external momenta, because terms which depend on these momenta are convergent: Of course, we should introduce some infrared regularization, otherwise this diagram vanishes. 70) (it does not depend on momenta). This calculation can be viewed as the simplest case of the infrared rearrangement [Vladimirov (1980)l.
This leads to interesting physical consequences (the axial anomaly). In QED and QCD, y5 does not appear in the Lagrangian, and hence in calculations of S-matrix elements. Difficulties only appear when we consider some external operators, such as axial quark currents. The problem becomes much more severe in the electroweak theory, where 75 appears in the Lagrangian (and still more severe in supersymmetric theories). 1 Lagrangian and Feynman rules First we shall discuss quantum electrodynamics with massless electron.
6 Tensors and y-matrices in d dimensions In order to calculate diagrams in d-dimensional space, we also need to do tensor and y-matrix calculations in the numerators. 47) is the sum of d 1’s. It is natural to extend this property to arbitrary d. Let’s consider the projector Jb v11 6 Pv2 2 . 48) onto completely antisymmetric tensors with n indices. Here the square brackets mean antisymmetrization, for example, 6[P1(5P21 vl v2 vl 6’12 gP31 v2 v3 1 Pl(5P2 - p 2 p 1 2! P v 1 v 2 v1 v2 ’ 1 = - (6;; 6; 6; - 6 P 1 JP3 6P2 + gP2 gP3 (5P1 - ,3P2 SP”1P3 =- 1 3!