Mass zeros in the one-loop effective actions of QED in 1+1 and 3+1 dimensions

@inproceedings{MPFry2000MassZI,
  title={Mass zeros in the one-loop effective actions of QED in 1+1 and 3+1 dimensions},
  author={M.P.Fry},
  year={2000}
}
  • M.P.Fry
  • Published 2 October 2000
  • Physics
It is known that the one-loop effective action of QED 2 is a quadratic in the field strength when the fermion mass is zero: all potential higher order contributions beyond second order vanish. For nonzero fermion mass it is shown that this behavior persists for a general class of fields for at least one value of the fermion mass when the external field’s flux Φ satisfies 0 < | e Φ | < 2 π . For QED 4 the mass-shell renormalized one-loop effective action vanishes for at least one value of the fermion… 

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