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TMF, 1971, Volume 7, Number 1, Pages 13–19 (Mi tmf4241)  

Anomalous ward identities in renormalized perturbation theory

A. A. Slavnov


Abstract: Ward identities are obtained that connect renormalized matrix elements of currents. It is shown that the hypothesis of partial conservation does not contradict gage invariance.

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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1971, 7:1, 331–335

Document Type: Article
Received: 06.11.1970

Citation: A. A. Slavnov, “Anomalous ward identities in renormalized perturbation theory”, TMF, 7:1 (1971), 13–19; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 7:1 (1971), 331–335

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