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Anomalies in physics


Conformal field theory

Critical phenomena

Dirac equation

Electroweak theory

Exactly solvable models

Gauge theories

Integrable systems

Lattice models

Magnetic monopoles


Quantum chromodynamics

Quantum electrodynamics

Quantum gravity

Renormalization group


Standard Model

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The main article for this category is Quantum field theory.


Anomalies in physics


Conformal field theory

Critical phenomena

Dirac equation

Electroweak theory

Exactly solvable models

Gauge theories

Integrable systems

Lattice models

Magnetic monopoles


Quantum chromodynamics

Quantum electrodynamics

Quantum gravity

Renormalization group


Standard Model

Statistical field theories

String theory




't Hooft operator


6D (2,0) superconformal field theory

ABJM superconformal field theory

ADHM construction

AGT correspondence

Accidental symmetry

Alexandru Proca

Algebraic holography


Anomalous magnetic dipole moment

Anti-symmetric operator


Asymptotic freedom

Asymptotic safety in quantum gravity

Auxiliary field

Axiomatic quantum field theory

BCFW recursion

BF model

BRST quantization

Background field method

Banks–Zaks fixed point

Bare mass

Bargmann–Wigner equations

Batalin–Vilkovisky formalism

Berezin integral

Beta function (physics)

Bethe–Salpeter equation

Bhabha scattering


Bogoliubov causality condition

Bogoliubov transformation

Bogoliubov–Parasyuk theorem

Bogomol'nyi–Prasad–Sommerfield bound

Bogomol'nyi–Prasad–Sommerfield state

Borchers algebra

Born–Infeld model

Bose–Einstein statistics


Bosonic field


Bound state


Bullough–Dodd model

Bumblebee models

Bunch–Davies vacuum

Butcher group

C parity



CCR and CAR algebras

CP violation

CPT symmetry

Callan–Symanzik equation


Canonical quantization

Casimir effect

Casimir pressure

Causal fermion system

Causal perturbation theory

Central charge

Charmed baryons

Chern–Simons theory

Chiral gauge theory

Chiral model

Chiral symmetry breaking

Chirality (physics)

Cluster decomposition theorem

Cobordism hypothesis

Coleman–Mandula theorem

Coleman–Weinberg potential

Common integrals in quantum field theory

Composite field

Conformal bootstrap

Constraint algebra

Constructive quantum field theory

Correlation function (quantum field theory)

Coupling constant

Creation and annihilation operators

Crossing (physics)

Current algebra

Cutoff (physics)

Dimensional regularization

Dimensional transmutation

Dirac adjoint

Dirac equation

Dirac equation in curved spacetime

Dirac equation in the algebra of physical space

Dirac hole theory

Dirac sea

Dirac spinor

Dirac string

Draft:Fadeev-Popov gauge fixing

Dual superconductor model


Dyson series

ELKO field

Edge-of-the-wedge theorem

Effective action

Effective field theory

Einstein–Maxwell–Dirac equations

Elementary particle

Elitzur's theorem

Faddeev–Popov ghost

False vacuum

Fano resonance

Fermi point

Fermi's interaction


Fermionic condensate

Fermionic field

Feynman checkerboard

Feynman diagram

Feynman parametrization

Feynman slash notation

Fierz identity

Firewall (physics)

Fock space

Fock state

Foldy–Wouthuysen transformation

Form factor (quantum field theory)

Four-fermion interactions

Free field

Functional integration

Functional renormalization group

GIM mechanism

GW approximation

Gamma matrices

Gauge fixing

Gaussian fixed point

Gelfand–Naimark–Segal construction

Gell-Mann and Low theorem

Global symmetry

Gluon field

Gluon field strength tensor

Goldstone boson

Gopakumar–Vafa invariant

Grassmann integral

Grassmann number


Green's function (many-body theory)

Gribov ambiguity

Gross–Neveu model

Gupta–Bleuler formalism

Haag's theorem

Hamiltonian field theory

Hamilton–Jacobi–Einstein equation

Hawking radiation

Heavy baryon chiral perturbation theory

Helicity (particle physics)

Higgs boson

Higgs mechanism

Higgs phase

Higher-dimensional gamma matrices

History of quantum field theory


Infrared divergence

Infrared fixed point

Infrared safety (particle physics)


Intrinsic parity

Invariance mechanics

Jordan–Wigner transformation

KMS state

Kinoshita-Lee-Nauenberg theorem

Klein transformation

Klein–Gordon equation

Klein–Nishina formula

Källén–Lehmann spectral representation

LSZ reduction formula

Lagrangian (field theory)

Lamb shift

Landau pole

Large gauge transformation

Lie algebra extension

Lie conformal algebra

Light-front quantization applications

Liouville field theory

List of integrable models

List of mathematical topics in quantum theory

List of quantum field theories

Local quantum field theory

Loop integral

Luttinger liquid

Magnetic catalysis

Magnetic monopole

Majorana equation

Majorana fermion

Mandel Q parameter

Mandelstam variables

Mass gap

Mermin–Wagner theorem

Minimal coupling

Minimal subtraction scheme

Moduli (physics)

Montonen–Olive duality

Multiplicative quantum number

Møller scattering

N = 4 supersymmetric Yang–Mills theory

N=8 Supergravity

NPDGamma experiment

Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model

Newton–Wigner localization

Nielsen–Ninomiya theorem

Nielsen–Olesen vortex

Nielsen–Olsen string

No-go theorem

Noether's second theorem

Noether's theorem

Non-linear sigma model

Non-topological soliton

Noncommutative quantum field theory

Nonlinear Dirac equation

Nonlocal Lagrangian

Normal order

Octacube (sculpture)

On shell and off shell

On shell renormalization scheme

One-electron universe

One-loop Feynman diagram

Operator product expansion

Optical theorem

Order operator

P-form electrodynamics

Parity (physics)

Particle physics and representation theory

Partition function (quantum field theory)

Path integral formulation


Pauli–Lubanski pseudovector

Pauli–Villars regularization

Penguin diagram


Physics applications of asymptotically safe gravity

Planck scale

Poincaré group

Precision tests of QED

Primon gas

Proca action



QED vacuum

Quantization (physics)

Quantization of the electromagnetic field

Quantum chromodynamics

Quantum configuration space

Quantum electrodynamics

Quantum field theory

Quantum field theory in curved spacetime

Quantum foam

Quantum gauge theory

Quantum inequalities

Quantum nonlocality

Quantum triviality

Quartic interaction

Qubit field theory

Rarita–Schwinger equation

Reeh–Schlieder theorem

Regularization (physics)

Relation between Schrödinger's equation and the path integral formulation of quantum mechanics

Relationship between string theory and quantum field theory

Relativistic Breit–Wigner distribution

Relativistic wave equations


Renormalization group

Representation theory of the Poincaré group




Scalar boson

Scalar electrodynamics

Scalar field

Scalar field theory

Scaling dimension

Scharnhorst effect

Schrödinger field

Schrödinger functional

Schwinger model

Schwinger parametrization

Schwinger's quantum action principle

Schwinger–Dyson equation

Second quantization

Seesaw mechanism

Seiberg duality


Semiclassical gravity

Semiclassical physics

Sigma model

Slavnov–Taylor identities

Soft photon

Soler model

Sommerfeld expansion

Source field


Spin (physics)

Spin diffusion

Spin network

Spin tensor


Spinor field

Spin–statistics theorem

Spontaneous symmetry breaking


Squeezed vacuum

Standard-Model Extension

Static forces and virtual-particle exchange

Stochastic electrodynamics

Stueckelberg action



Symmetry in quantum mechanics



Tadpole (physics)

Technicolor (physics)

Thermal quantum field theory

Thirring model

Thirring–Wess model

Topological Dipole Field Theory

Topological quantum computer

Topological quantum field theory

Topological quantum number

Transactional interpretation

Twisted geometries

Twistor theory

Two-body Dirac equations


UV completion

Ultraviolet divergence

Ultraviolet fixed point

Unitarity gauge

Unruh effect

Vacuum angle

Vacuum energy

Vacuum expectation value

Vacuum manifold

Vacuum polarization

Vacuum state

Vafa–Witten theorem

Van der Waerden notation

Vector boson

Vertex function

Virtual particle

Volume operator

Ward–Takahashi identity

Wave function renormalization

Weinberg–Witten theorem

Wess–Zumino–Witten model

Weyl semimetal

Wick rotation

Wick's theorem

Wightman axioms

Wigner's classification

Wilson loop

Wu–Yang monopole

Yukawa interaction

Yukawa potential

Zeta function regularization



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