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Why can't gauge bosons have mass?
Clearly, a mass term for a vector field would render the Lagrangian not gauge-invariant, but what are the consequences of this? Gauge invariance is supposed to be crucial for the renormalisation of a ...
Jul 13 '12 at 23:20
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