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Gauge invariance of gg->gg scattering amplitude?
I'm trying to calculate the spin and color averaged gg->gg cross section, and I am stumbling upon gauge invariance: Must the amplitude not be invariant under replacements $\epsilon_i \to \epsilon_i + ...
Jul 17 '12 at 13:34
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