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2 Special Relativity Theory
Properties of the Dirac Equation and Dirac Matrices
Dirac Theory for Free Particles Electron and Positron States
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AaECP angular momentum annihilation Born approximation Breit interaction calculations Chap coefficients commute components contributions core corresponding covariant density DHF equations diagrams differential scattering cross Dirac equation discussed in Section DUHF eigenfunctions eigenvalues electron and positron electron-positron energy levels exchange expectation value experimental expression factor field given by equation H. A. Bethe Hamiltonian Hartree-Fock hydrogen atom hyperfine constant hyperfine interaction Ibid integration involving ionization energy leads Lorentz transformation magnetic many-body many-electron matrix element molecules Moller scattering momenta negative energy nonrelativistic nonrelativistic theory nucleus obtained one-electron operator pair production pair-annihilation particles photon Phys positive energy positron positronium procedure properties Quantum Mechanics quantum number radiative corrections refer relation relativistic correction relativistic effects relativistic theory represents right-hand side scattering cross section solutions space spin spin-orbit interaction spinor summation Table term in equation theoretical total energy two-electron valence electron vector wave functions York