On the use of the tomonaga intermediate coupling method in meson theory
University of California Radiation Laboratory, 1950 - 30 pages
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According to Equations angular distribution approximation to Equation Brueckner canonical variables charged pseudoscalar theory charged scalar theory corresponding adjoint equations coupling constant divergent integrals eigenfunction eigenvalue equation eigenvalue problem energy Equation 13 Equation 28 Equation 32 Equation 44 exchange force field variables finite number Fock variables fourth order free meson gradient coupling Hamiltonian INTERMEDIATE COUPLING METHOD intermediate coupling region introduce isotopic spin large g lowest order perturbation matrix element meson field meson of type meson produced neglect of nucleon neutron nuclear forces nucleon coordinate nucleon recoil effects numerical factors order perturbation calculation order perturbation theory ordinary force ordinary to exchange perturbation methods photon Phys pseudovector relativistic Schrodinger equation self-energy self-field separation of isobaric Serber solution of Equation Steinberger strong coupling limit term in Equation Tomonaga approximation Tomonaga method UCRL variational method vector wave function weak and strong weak coupling Yukawa potential zero angular momentum