Historical roots of gauge invariance


Gauge invariance is the basis of the modern theory of electroweak and strong interactions (the so-called standard model). A number of authors have discussed the ideas and history of quantum guage theories, beginning with the 1920s, but the roots of gauge invariance go back to the year 1820 when electromagnetism was discovered and the first electrodynamic… (More)


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