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### Is Quantum electrodynamics written short as QED?

Yes, "QED" is a commonly used abbreviation for quantum electrodynamics. Full Answer

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Yes, "QED" is a commonly used abbreviation for quantum electrodynamics. Full Answer

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Karl-Axel Edin has written: 'On the perturbation expansion in quantum electrodynamics' -- subject(s): Perturbation (Quantum dynamics), Quantum electrodynamics Full Answer

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Answer quantum field theory, quantum electrodynamics, quantum chromodynamics, string theory Energy is quantized Full Answer

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Aleksandr Il'ch Akhiezer has written: 'Elements of quantum electrodynamics' Full Answer

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Quantum Electrodynamics theory Full Answer

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Alexander Bittner has written: 'The quantum electrodynamics of intermolecular energy tranfer and cooperative photoexcitation' Full Answer

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Richard Feynman was an American theoretical physicist. He was most known for his work in the path integral formulation of quantum mechanics, the theory of quantum electrodynamics, and the physics of the superfluidity of supercooled liquid helium. Full Answer

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Claude Cohen-Tannoudji has written: 'Mecanique quantique' -- subject(s): Quantum theory 'Quantum mechanics' -- subject(s): Quantum theory 'Photons and atoms' -- subject(s): Quantum electrodynamics 'Atom-photon interactions' -- subject(s): Photonuclear reactions, Quantum theory, Statistical physics Full Answer

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S. S. Schweber has written: 'QED and the men who made it' -- subject(s): Biography, History, Physicists, Quantum electrodynamics Full Answer

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One of his main discoveries was Quantum Electrodynamics. However, sadly one of his main inventions was the atomic bomb during World War II. Full Answer

classical mechanics - motion, velocity, acceleration, inertia, forces, momentum, etc. - electricity, magnetism, and light (electromagnetism) - wave mechanics - thermodynamics - quantum mechanics - quantum electrodynamics - quantum chromodynamics - superconductivity - general and special relativity - string… Full Answer

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A. A. Vlasov has written: 'Many-particle theory and its application to plasma' -- subject(s): Many-body problem, Particles (Nuclear physics), Quantum electrodynamics Full Answer

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The most important quantum field theories are: *QED (quantum electrodynamics) the field theory of electromagnetic interaction, *QCD (quantum chromodynamics) the theory of the strong interaction of quarks and gluons. *The electroweak theory, which combines the so called weak interaction with… Full Answer

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Richard Feynman was a quantum physicist. He worked in the theory of electrodynamics and he helped shape physics as it is known today. Today, physicists look back at him in admiration. Full Answer

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M. V. Fedorov has written: 'Resonances and saturation in multiphoton bound-free transitions' -- subject(s): Multiphoton processes, Quantum electrodynamics Full Answer

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Richard P. Feynman was a theoretical physicist with many discoveries to his credit. Two of his greatest were the theory of quantum electrodynamics, and introducing the concept of nanotechnology. Full Answer

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Max Planck first proposed the idea of Quantum Theory in 1900. However, numerous physicist thought of this idea, one of the first, was Dirac in 1927 Quantum electrodynamics went beyond the work of Dirac, doing so in order to explain… Full Answer

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Sir Isaac Newton worked out the law of electrodynamics. Full Answer

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Physics Branches: Classical Mechanics Mathematical Physics Classical Electrodynamics Quantum Mechanics Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics Condensed Matter Physics Nuclear Physics Quantum Field theory Non-Linear Dynamics Astronomy and Astrophysics General Theory of Relativity and Cosmology Full Answer

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James F. Janak has written: 'Quasi-particle lifetimes by Green's function method' -- subject(s): Spin waves, Green's functions, Quantum electrodynamics Full Answer

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Henning F. Harmuth has written: 'Information theory applied to space-time physics' -- subject(s): Information theory, Field theory (Physics) 'Sequency theory' -- subject(s): Radar, Acoustic imaging, Image processing, Sequency theory 'Modified Maxwell equations in quantum electrodynamics' -- subject(s): Maxwell equations, Quantum… Full Answer

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Yes Feynman won a Nobel Prize for his contributions to physics (quantum electrodynamics) but he was interested in EVERYTHING, from drumming to travel to remote foreign places. You can see him drumming on YouTube... Full Answer

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Mesfin Arega Woldeyohannes has written: 'Quantum electrodynamics of a driven three-level atom near the edge of a photonic band gap' -- subject(s): Physics Theses Full Answer

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Peter Gabriel Bergmann has written: 'Basic theories of physics' -- subject(s): Electrodynamics, Heat, Mechanics, Physics, Quantum theory 'Hamilton-Jacobi theory with mixed constraints' -- subject(s): Differential operators, Hamiltonian operator, Partial Differential equations, Quantum theory 'Basic theories of physics: heat and quanta'… Full Answer

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Answer QED is an abbreviation for the Latin "quod erat demonstrandum" (literally, "which was to be demonstrated" or "thus it is demonstrated". It is used at the end of a proof or logical argument by the author to state that… Full Answer

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The correct spelling is electrodynamics. Electrodynamics is a branch of mechanics. It is the study that is concerned with the moving electric charges and the interactions with magnetic fields. Full Answer

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Constantin I. Mocanu has written: 'Hertzian Relativistic Electrodynamics and Its Associated Mechanics (Hadronic Press Series of Monographs in Physics)' 'Herzian relativistic electrodynamics and its associated mechanics' -- subject(s): Electrodynamics, Relativity (Physics) Full Answer

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Physics. but its a huge subject and can be broken down into many fields I"E Quantum Mechanics / Quantum Physics - the study of science where the smallest discrete values, or quanta, of matter and energy become relevant Cosmology… Full Answer

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F. W. Hehl has written: 'Foundations of classical electrodynamics' -- subject(s): Electrodynamics, Mathematics Full Answer

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A photon is absorbed by an electron and then it is emmited to a different direction. Quantum electrodynamics can give you a better answer to your question. There is a book i have read recently called QED: The strange theory… Full Answer

Chemistry is a subset of physics. Physics is a general term that can be applied to astronomy, particle physics, aerodynamics, quantum electrodynamics, electricity, etc. whereas chemistry is the more definitive study of the behaviour of atoms and molecules and their… Full Answer

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The particle model of light entails that light consists of tiny packages of energy called photons. Because light is an electromagnetic wave the model is a part of the general model for electromagnetism. This model is called Quantum Electrodynamics, or… Full Answer

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There is unlikely to be a successor to a quantum theory of light, by the definition that the quantum theory of light is that "Light is made up of discernible particles", has very strong evidence to support it, and no… Full Answer

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the development of electrodynamics Full Answer