Radiative corrections in QED in a Lorentz violating background

J. Alfaro, A. A. Andrianov, Mauro Cambiaso, P. Giacconi, R. Soldati

Resultado de la investigación: Conference contribution

Resumen

Radiative corrections in Lorentz violating extensions of QED have received considerable attention in the last years. In this talk I will address the case of fermions coupled to a constant background axial-vector and analise both classical and quantum aspects which prove to be relevant for the consistence of the theory. The modification of the mass-shell conditions in the free theory allows to determine bounds on the fermions' momenta which in turns determines the domain of integration for radiative corrections. We consider this to render the theory free of ambiguities, rather than formal arguments which may lack foundation in this context. Also, the appearance of an anomalous loss of gauge invariance and the role of finite temperature are discussed.

Idioma originalEnglish
Título de la publicación alojadaXII Mexican Workshop on Particles and Fields
Páginas318-323
Número de páginas6
Volumen1361
DOI
EstadoPublished - 2011
Evento12th Mexican Workshop on Particles and Fields - Mazatlan, Mexico
Duración: 9 nov 200914 nov 2009

Other

Other12th Mexican Workshop on Particles and Fields
PaísMexico
CiudadMazatlan
Período9/11/0914/11/09

Huella dactilar

fermions
gauge invariance
ambiguity
momentum
temperature

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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Alfaro, J., Andrianov, A. A., Cambiaso, M., Giacconi, P., & Soldati, R. (2011). Radiative corrections in QED in a Lorentz violating background. En XII Mexican Workshop on Particles and Fields (Vol. 1361, pp. 318-323) https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3622721
Alfaro, J. ; Andrianov, A. A. ; Cambiaso, Mauro ; Giacconi, P. ; Soldati, R. / Radiative corrections in QED in a Lorentz violating background. XII Mexican Workshop on Particles and Fields. Vol. 1361 2011. pp. 318-323
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Alfaro, J, Andrianov, AA, Cambiaso, M, Giacconi, P & Soldati, R 2011, Radiative corrections in QED in a Lorentz violating background. En XII Mexican Workshop on Particles and Fields. vol. 1361, pp. 318-323, 12th Mexican Workshop on Particles and Fields, Mazatlan, Mexico, 9/11/09. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3622721

Radiative corrections in QED in a Lorentz violating background. / Alfaro, J.; Andrianov, A. A.; Cambiaso, Mauro; Giacconi, P.; Soldati, R.

XII Mexican Workshop on Particles and Fields. Vol. 1361 2011. p. 318-323.

Resultado de la investigación: Conference contribution

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Alfaro J, Andrianov AA, Cambiaso M, Giacconi P, Soldati R. Radiative corrections in QED in a Lorentz violating background. En XII Mexican Workshop on Particles and Fields. Vol. 1361. 2011. p. 318-323 https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3622721