1 A note on units and constants In General Relativity and in Quantum Electrodynamics, it is customary to use "geometrized units" and "natural units" respectively, where the principal constants are set equal to 1.
What does QED stand for?
QED stands for Quantum Electrodynamics
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He assisted in the development of the atomic bomb, expanded the understanding of quantum electrodynamics, translated Mayan hieroglyphics, and cut to the heart to the Challenger disaster.
of Manchester, Britain) have expanded the 1984 first edition in order to treat quantum chromodynamics as well as quantum electrodynamics in their short introduction to quantum field theory for beginning research students in theoretical and experimental physics.
It may even turn out to be the case that one of the most well-established theories in all of physics, quantum electrodynamics, will need to be revamped to reconcile the conflicting data.
Either the previously accepted measures upon which hundreds of calculations have been based are wrong, or there is a problem with the theory of quantum electrodynamics itself.
In recent decades, there has been a partial success of Quantum electrodynamics (QED), which united quantum theory and electromagnetism and explained some behavior of electrons and photons.