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Calculating equation of motion using path integral
Suppose my action integral is $S=\int d^4x(\nabla \times A)^2$ and $\delta S$ gives $\delta S =\int d^4x [2(\nabla \times A).(\nabla \times \delta A)]$ I would like to calculate the coefficient of ...
Sep 1 '12 at 13:01
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