Selected Papers on Quantum Electrodynamics

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  • Copyright: 2012-07-17
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How quantum electrodynamics evolved in the first quarter of the 20th century, revealed here by its creators in 34 papers by Foley, Fermi, Heisenberg, Dryson, Weisskopf, Oppenheimer, Pauli, Schwinger, Klein and other key figures. Twenty-nine are in English, three in German, one each in French and Italian. Preface. Historical commentary.

Author Biography

One of the great 20th-century physicists, Julian Schwinger (1918–94) is best remembered for his work on the theory of quantum electrodynamics, the very topic of this text. He won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965, along with Richard Feynman and Shinichiro Tomonaga, for their work on quantum electrodynamics.

Table of Contents

1. Dirac: The Quantum Theory of the Emission and Absorption of Radiation
2. Fermi: Sopra L'Ellettrodinamica Quantistca
3. Dirac, Fock, Podolsky: On Quantum Electrodynamics
4. Jorda, Wigner: Uber Das Paulische Aquivalenzverbot
5. Heisenberg: Uber Die Mit Der Enstehung von Materie aus Strahlung Verknupften Ladungsschwankungen
6. Weisskopf: On the Self-Energy and the Electromagnetic Field of the Electron
7. Dirac: Theorie du Positron
8. Weisskopf: Uber die Electrodynamik des Vakuums auf Grund der Quatentheorie desEelektrons
9. Bloch, Nordsieck: Notes on the Radiation Field of the Electron
10. Foley, Kusch: On the Intrinsic Moment of the Electron
11. Lamb, Retherford: Fine Structure of the Hydrogen Atom by a Microwave Method
12. Bethe: The Electromagnetic Shift of Energy Levels
13. Schwinger: On Quantum-Electrodynamics and the Magnetic Moment of the Electron
14. Schwinger: On Radiative Corrections to Electron Scattering
15. Oppenheimer: Electron Theory
16. Tomonaga: On a Relativistically Invariant Formulation of the Quantum Theory of Wave Fields
17. Schwinger: Quantum Electrodynamics, III: The Electromagnetic Properties of the Electron--Radiative Corrections to Scattering
18. Tomonaga: On Infinite Field Reactions in Quantum Field Theory
19. Pauli, Villars: On the Invariant Regularization in Relativistic Quantum Theory
20. Schwinger: On Gauge Invariance and Vacuum Polarization
21. Feynman: The Theory of Positrons
22. Feynman: Space-Time Approach to Quantum Electrodynamics
23. Feynman: Mathematical Formulations of the Quantum Theory of Electromagnetic Interaction
24, Dyson: The Radiation Theories of Tomonaga, Scwinger, and Feynman
25. Dyson: The S Matix in Quantum Electrodynamics
26. Dirac: The Lagrangian in Quantum Mechanics
27. Feynman: Space-Time Approach to Non-Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
28. Schwinger: The Theory of Quantized Fields, I
29. Schwinger: The Theory of Quantized Fields, II
30. Pauli: The Connection Between Spin and Statistics
31.Schwinger: On the Green's Functions of Quantized Fields, I
32. Karplus, Klein: Electrodynamic Displacement of Atomic Energy Levels, III: The Hyperfine Structure of Positronium
33. Kallen: On the Magnitude of the Renormalization Constants in Quantum Electrodynamics
34. Kroll, Lamb: On the Self-Energy of a Bound Electron    

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