Vol. 23 No. 1 (2013)

Ward-Takahashi Identity for Vertex Functions of \(\text{sQED}\)

Ha Thanh Hung
Institute of Physics, VAST
Le Tho Hue
Institute of Physics, VAST
Hoang Ngoc Long
Institute of Physics, VAST

Published 10-04-2013

How to Cite

Hung, H. T., Hue, L. T., & Long, H. N. (2013). Ward-Takahashi Identity for Vertex Functions of \(\text{sQED}\). Communications in Physics, 23(1), 11. https://doi.org/10.15625/0868-3166/23/1/2604


Ward-Takahashi identity is an useful tool for calculatingamplitude of scattering processes. In the high-order perturbative  theory of sQED,  propagator and vertex functions  contain  many high-order corrections. By using  Ward-Takahashi identity, each vertex function is separated into  two parts: ``longitudinal'' and ``transverse'' part. The longitudinal part can be directly calculated   from Ward-Takahashi identity.  The transverse  part depends on the expanding of  specific orders of   the theory. In this report, we  present one method based on the Ward-Takahashi identity,   to calculate this  part of vertex functions at the one-loop order in arbitrary gauge and dimensions in sQED.


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