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In general relativity, a white hole is a hypothetical region of spacetime which cannot be entered from the outside, although matter and light can escape from it.
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Wick rotation substitutes an imaginary-number variable for a real-number time variable to map an expression or a problem in Minkowski space to one in Euclidean space which are easier to evaluate or s…
A combinatoric procedure in QFT of reducing arbitrary products of creation and annihilation operators to sums of products of pairs of these operators. A string of such operators is rewritten as the…
The Wigner–Eckart theorem relates matrix elements of spherical tensor operators in the basis of angular momentum eigenstates to Clebsch–Gordan coefficients. Within a given subspace, a component of …
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The Wigner transform is the bridge between Hilbert space operators to phase-space quantities (c-numbers). Use for issues relating to the Weyl correspondence (the inverse of the Wigner transform), the…
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In gauge theory, a Wilson loop is a gauge-invariant observable obtained from the holonomy of the gauge connection around a given (closed) loop $C$. It is the trace of a path-ordered exponential of t…
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Weakly Interacting Massive Particles
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The product of the force on an object and the displacement the object undergoes along the direction of the force.
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X-ray crystallography encompasses the structural characterization of crystalline materials by means of X-rays. This is done most commonly by X-ray diffraction, which can be applied to monocrystalline …
for question related to X-rays which are a form of high energy electromagnetic radiation having wavelength ranging from 0.1 to 10 nanometres. Also referred to as Röntgen radiation after t…
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Yang–Mills theory is a QFT, a *gauge theory* normally symmetric under a compact non-Abelian Lie group relying on (originally massless) gauge vector fields. YM theories describe the strong and electrow…
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