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Quantum Kinetic Theory with Vector and Axial Gauge Fields

@inproceedings{Chen2021QuantumKT,
  title={Quantum Kinetic Theory with Vector and Axial Gauge Fields},
  author={Zhou Chen and Shu Lin},
  year={2021}
}
  • Zhou Chen, Shu Lin
  • Published 17 September 2021
  • Physics
Abstract In this paper we introduce the axial gauge field to the framework of the quantum kinetic theory with vector gauge field in the massless limit. Treating axial-gauge field on an equal footing with the vector-gauge field, we construct a consistent solution to the kinetic equations up to the first order in gradient expansion or equivalently the semi-classical expansion. The intuitive extension of quantum kinetic theory presented in this work provides a natural generalization, and turns out… Expand

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