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The main article for this category is Quantum field theory.

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Anomalies in physics

Antimatter

Conformal field theory

Critical phenomena

Dirac equation

Electroweak theory

Exactly solvable models

Gauge theories

Integrable systems

Lattice models

Magnetic monopoles

Parastatistics

Quantum chromodynamics

Quantum electrodynamics

Quantum gravity

Renormalization group

Spinors

Standard Model

Statistical field theories

String theory

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't Hooft operator

(−1)F

6D (2,0) superconformal field theory

ABJM superconformal field theory

ADHM construction

AGT correspondence

Accidental symmetry

Alexandru Proca

Algebraic holography

Amplituhedron

Anomalous magnetic dipole moment

Anti-symmetric operator

Antimatter

Asymptotic freedom

Asymptotic safety in quantum gravity

Auxiliary field

Axiomatic quantum field theory

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BF model

BPS state

BRST quantization

Background field method

Banks–Zaks fixed point

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Bargmann–Wigner equations

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Berezin integral

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Bogomol'nyi–Prasad–Sommerfield bound

Borchers algebra

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Bound state

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Bumblebee models

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Cobordism hypothesis

Coleman–Mandula theorem

Coleman–Weinberg potential

Common integrals in quantum field theory

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Constructive quantum field theory

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Foldy–Wouthuysen transformation

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GIM mechanism

GW approximation

Gamma matrices

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Gaussian fixed point

Gelfand–Naimark–Segal construction

Gell-Mann and Low theorem

Global symmetry

Gluon field

Gluon field strength tensor

Goldstone boson

Grassmann integral

Grassmann number

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Higgs mechanism

Higgs phase

Higher-dimensional gamma matrices

History of quantum field theory

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Instanton

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Nielsen–Olsen string

No-go theorem

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Noether's theorem

Non-linear sigma model

Non-topological soliton

Noncommutative quantum field theory

Nonlinear Dirac equation

Nonlocal Lagrangian

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Octacube (sculpture)

On shell and off shell

On shell renormalization scheme

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Operator product expansion

Optical theorem

Order operator

P-form electrodynamics

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Particle physics and representation theory

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Path integral formulation

Path-ordering

Pauli–Lubanski pseudovector

Pauli–Villars regularization

Penguin diagram

Photomagneton

Physics applications of asymptotically safe gravity

Planck scale

Poincaré group

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Q-ball

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Quantization of the electromagnetic field

Quantum chromodynamics

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Quantum field theory

Quantum field theory in curved spacetime

Quantum foam

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Reeh–Schlieder theorem

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Relationship between string theory and quantum field theory

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Stueckelberg action

Superfield

Superselection

Symmetry in quantum mechanics

T-duality

T-symmetry

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Technicolor (physics)

Thermal quantum field theory

Thirring model

Thirring–Wess model

Topological quantum computer

Topological quantum field theory

Topological quantum number

Twistor theory

Two-body Dirac equations

U-duality

UV completion

Ultraviolet divergence

Ultraviolet fixed point

Unitarity gauge

Unruh effect

Vacuum angle

Vacuum energy

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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

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Wick rotation

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Wigner's classification

Wilson loop

Wu–Yang monopole

Yukawa interaction

Yukawa potential

Zero-point energy

Zeta function regularization

Zitterbewegung

 

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