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How does one derive the Lamb shift for the Hydrogen atom?
I've been perusing my copies of Srednicki and Peskin & Schroeder, and I can't seem to find an explanation of how one derives the Lamb shift that I can follow. How does one derive the Lamb shift? ...
Oct 12 '12 at 2:27
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