Fundamental Problems in Quantum Field Theory

Weak Interactions

Author(s): Takehisa Fujita and Naohiro Kanda

Pp: 86-98 (13)

DOI: 10.2174/9781608057559113010007

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In this chapter, we first present a brief review of the weak interaction theory. In particular, we discuss why the conserved vector current model had to be modified to a new theory. After that, we clarify the physics of the spontaneous symmetry breaking and then discuss the intrinsic problem of the Higgs mechanism in the Weinberg-Salam model. In addition, we present the calculation of the vertex correction due to the weak vector bosons and show that there is no logarithmic divergence in this vertex corrections. Therefore, there is no need of the renormalization procedure in the weak interaction models with massive vector bosons.

Keywords: CVC theory, vertex corrections of weak vector boson, Weinberg-Salam model, spontaneous symmetry breaking, Higgs mechanism, right propagator of massive vector boson, Lorentz condition.

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