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Reference on partial wave expansion in the context of QFT

Apart from Weinberg QFT vol1, section 3.7, one can look at the paper: "On the general theory of collisions for particles with spin", Jacob and Wick 1959. A recent review that I found useful ...
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Looking for papers that claim that spacetime is emergent

An influential modern classic is the essay Building up spacetime with quantum entanglement by Mark Van Raamsdonk. This is a good starting point to understand the mainstream of thought in this ...
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Hamiltonian formalism of General Relativity Textbook

Here are some additional references: General Relativity: A Concise Introduction by Steven Carlip Chapter 12 of this book has a concise and accessible introduction to the Hamiltonian formalism. ...
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What is the standard reference medium in which positron ranges data are obtained in property tables, specifically for isotopes used in PET?

Not sure if this will fully answer your question, but the following reference describes positron ranges (for the table in the article) as being in water. Please see this reference for more details: ...
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Reference request: scalar $O(N)$ gauge theory

If you’re interested in the large N version of these models, then a good reference is https://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9810198
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Kinematics and dynamics of a ballistic pendulum

I'm not sure if this is exactly what you are looking for, but there is some discussion of the compound pendulum in Schaum's Theoretical Mechanics: https://archive.org/details/...

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