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20), and there are many subtle physical questions as well. ” We use this formula and it works. It is also true that equivalent formulas can be derived using the path integral formalism. This also goes way beyond the limits of conventional mathematics, but the same result is obtained in the end. 4, and calculate the four-point Green’s function G(x1 , x2 , x3 , x4 ) to first order in λ. 24) to first order is S =1− iλ 4! 85) becomes G(x1 , x2 , x3 , x4 ) = 0|T [ϕin (x1 )ϕin (x2 )ϕin (x3 )ϕin (x4 )]|0 − iλ 0|T ϕin (x1 )ϕin (x2 )ϕin (x3 )ϕin (x4 ) 4!
Real scattering theory is difficult. There are many subtle issues involved. Much of the material in advanced quantum books relates to scattering in one way or another. I say this because it’s easy to lose sight of the goal amidst all the technical difficulties. Roughly speaking, there are two basic issues: how 35 36CHAPTER 3. THE INTERACTION PICTURE AND THE S-MATRIX do the quantum fields ϕ(x) evolve in time, and given this information, how can we calculate the results of these experiments in terms of the momenta of particles measured in the asymptotic regime as explained above?
84) 0|T [U (−t0 , t1 )ϕin (x1 )U (t1 , t2 ) · · · U (tn−1 , tn )ϕin (xn )U (tn , t0 )] |0 0|S|0 With the time-ordering operator in place, we are free to move the factors around in the numerator to suit our convenience. In particular, we can gather all the U ’s together. 85) 60CHAPTER 3. 20), and there are many subtle physical questions as well. ” We use this formula and it works. It is also true that equivalent formulas can be derived using the path integral formalism. This also goes way beyond the limits of conventional mathematics, but the same result is obtained in the end.