Radiative QED corrections to one-photon transition rates in the hydrogen atom at finite temperatures

@article{Zalialiutdinov2020RadiativeQC,
  title={Radiative QED corrections to one-photon transition rates in the hydrogen atom at finite temperatures},
  author={Timur Zalialiutdinov and D. Solovyev and Leonti N. Labzowsky},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2020}
}
Within the framework of QED theory at finite temperature the thermal radiative corrections to spontaneous one-photon transition rates in hydrogen atom are investigated. The radiative one-loop self-energy corrections are described in the thermal case. Closed analytical expressions are derived and their numerical calculations for the spontaneous decay rate of the $ 2p $ state are carried out. Dominance of thermal radiative corrections to spontaneous Ly$_{\alpha} $ decay rate over ordinary induced… 
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