Renormalization quantum Fields and the Big Bang

Malik Matwi


In the classical Physics, the particles are described by their masses, charges, spins, number of particles, …., which are constants values. But that was not exactly in the quantum Physics, in which, the particles properties like masses, charges, spins, number of particles, …, are not constants values, they change in the interactions.
So we need unchanged properties in the interactions, we need that to know how we describe the nature according to the quantum principles. For that the quantum fields theory was born, It is a marriage between the quantum mechanics and the Symmetries, like the space XYZ points Symmetry. In general the Symmetries are described by continuous transformations {U} form groups, to satisfy the Symmetries, the interactions must preserve them. Therefore the Lagrange structure L(

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