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A theorem that relates continuous symmetries (continuous transformations that don't affect the value of the lagrangian) to quantities conserved in time.

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### Prove energy conservation using Noether's theorem

I wonder how you prove that energy is conserved under a time translation using Noether's theorem. I've tried myself but without success. What I've come up with so far is that I start by inducing the ...
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### How to define conserved charges in Euclidean field theory?

In a field theory with signature (1,d), conserved charges are obtained by integrating the time component of a conserved current over a spatial region. What are the corresponding equations and ...
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### Why Conserved Current Should Not Need Renormalization?

May be this is trivial but I need to understand why the renormalization of conserved current is not necessary ? As for example, in this paper, they demand (2$^{nd}$ paragraph of the 2$^{nd}$ column in ...
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### If weak isospin is not conserved in time, what does the Noether theorem tell us?

As far as I understand weak isospin is only conserved in interactions but not as time evolves. Nevertheless, we get from Noethers theorem, because of global $SU(2)$ invariance a conserved quantity ...
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### Noether current for the Lagrangian without Lorentz invariance

I am reading an article by Watanabe & Murayama. It gives a proof on the counting of Nambuâ€“Goldstone bosons without Lorentz invariance. I am trying to derive all the equations to get a better ...
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### Why is only the third component of weak isospin used as a conserved quantity?

Using Noether's theorem $$\partial_0 \int d^3x \left(\frac{\partial L}{\partial(\partial_0\Psi)} \delta \Psi \right) = 0$$ we get three conserved quantites $Q_i$ from ...
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### Derivation of the Noether current

(c.f Di Francesco et al, Conformal Field Theory, pp40-41) I am trying to derive eqn (2.142) or $\delta S = \int d^d x \partial_{\mu}j^{\mu}_a \omega_a$ in the book CFT by Di Francesco et al. I have ...
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### Noether's theorem and translations

I'm a bit confused about Noether's theorem (or about calculus of variations in general) when it comes to the translational symmetry $x^\mu\mapsto {x'}^\mu=x^\mu-a^\mu$. My professor just wrote that if ...
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### Noether Current and Feynman Diagrams

My question is simple. Assume that there is no anomaly and we have found from the lagrangian that there is a conserved current. I want to know what this means in terms of feynman diagrams, not in ...
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### a glaring deficiency in the QFT lagrangian formalism

Summary: In a quantum field theory there is no way to fully constrain the motion of a test-particle using either the equations of motion, or the Noether current, in the presence of gravity. This is ...