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1 Photon Field Quantization in Rindler ’ s Wedge , Gupta-Bleuler Formalism and All That . 1 . 1 Indefinite Scalar Products

@inproceedings{Moretti20081PF,
  title={1 Photon Field Quantization in Rindler ’ s Wedge , Gupta-Bleuler Formalism and All That . 1 . 1 Indefinite Scalar Products},
  author={Valter Moretti},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract: Photons and thermal photons are studied in the Rindler Wedge employing Feynman’s gauge and canonical quantization. A Gupta-Bleuler-like formalism is explicitly implemented. Non thermal Wightman functions and related (Euclidean and Lorentzian) Green functions are explicitly calculated and their complex time analytic structure is carefully analyzed using the Fulling-Ruijsenaars master function. The invariance of the advanced minus retarded fundamental solution is checked and a Ward… 

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