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Fate of False Vacuum in Non-perturbative Regimes

@inproceedings{Frasca2022FateOF,
  title={Fate of False Vacuum in Non-perturbative Regimes},
  author={Marco Frasca and Anish Ghoshal and Nobuchika Okada},
  year={2022}
}
A formalism to describe the false-vacuum decay in non-perturbative regimes was proposed re-cently. Here, we extend it to the presence of Einstein gravity and calculate the corresponding effective potential and decay rate for a λφ 4 scalar field theory. A comparison with the usual perturbative decay rate shows that the higher the coupling λ , the greater the decay probability. From the running of the self-interaction coupling, we conclude that the theory becomes weakly coupled in the infrared… 
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