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This is strong evidence in support of quantum electrodynamics.
Feynman started a new branch of science, called quantum electrodynamics.
A correct description of this magnetic moment requires a treatment based on quantum electrodynamics.
Richard Feynman gave an informal presentation about his work on quantum electrodynamics.
This was an important work on quantum electrodynamics.
His doctoral thesis contained comprehensive and fundamental work in quantum electrodynamics.
The introduction of quantum effects leads one to quantum electrodynamics.
For example, in quantum electrodynamics, these parameters are the charge and mass of the electron, as measured at a particular energy scale.
In quantum electrodynamics this gauge field is the electromagnetic field.
Dirac is regarded as the founder of quantum electrodynamics, being the first to use that term.
This fact makes quantum electrodynamics inconsistent beyond the perturbative expansions.
This has led to the theory of quantum electrodynamics, one of the most successful theories in physics.
This comes from the formula for the propagation of a photon in quantum electrodynamics.
Despite his crucial role in the development of quantum electrodynamics, he wrote the following in 1985:
This is exactly the case of quantum electrodynamics displaying just three diverging diagrams.
The amount he found was within 5 percent of the value predicted by quantum electrodynamics for the Casimir Effect.
An intuitive way of seeing why this enhancement arises can be seen using cavity quantum electrodynamics.
Drell is a noted contributor in the field of quantum electrodynamics and particle physics.
In the 1940s theoretical research was focussed on calculations in quantum electrodynamics.
One is quantum electrodynamics, and the other is the turbulent motion of fluids.
Explanations for dichroism from particle physics, outside quantum electrodynamics, also have been proposed.
For quantum electrodynamics the work was extended.
After the success of quantum electrodynamics, Feynman turned to quantum gravity.
The combined theory of the electron, photon, and electromagnetism is called quantum electrodynamics.
This problem was already known for quantum electrodynamics but here becomes more severe due to non-abelian properties of the gauge group.