Graviton Physics

@inproceedings{Holstein2006GravitonP,
  title={Graviton Physics},
  author={B. Holstein},
  year={2006}
}
The interactions of gravitons with matter are calculated in parallel with the familiar photon case. It is shown that graviton scattering amplitudes can be factorized into a product of familiar electromagnetic forms, and cross sections for various reactions are straightforwardly evaluated using helicity methods. 

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