Quantum Theory of Fields

@article{Infeld1949QuantumTO,
  title={Quantum Theory of Fields},
  author={Leopold Infeld},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1949},
  volume={164},
  pages={977-977}
}
  • L. Infeld
  • Published 1 December 1949
  • History
  • Nature
To say that this is the best book on the quantum theory of fields is no praise, since to my knowledge it is the only book on this subject. But it is a very good and most useful book. The original was written in German and appeared in 1942. This is a translation with some minor changes. A few remarks have been added, concerning meson theory and nuclear forces, also footnotes referring to modern work in this field, and finally an appendix on the symmetrization of the energy momentum tensor… 
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