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27 January 2023
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Asymptotic Freedom: From Paradox to Paradigm
Frank Wilczek ;
Date 11 Feb 2005
Journal Proc.Nat.Acad.Sci. 102 (2005) 8403-8413
Subject hep-ph hep-ex hep-lat hep-th nucl-th
AbstractAsymptotic freedom was developed as a response to two paradoxes: the weirdness of quarks, and in particular their failure to radiate copiously when struck; and the coexistence of special relativity and quantum theory, despite the apparent singularity of quantum field theory. It resolved these paradoxes, and catalyzed the development of several modern paradigms: the hard reality of quarks and gluons, the origin of mass from energy, the simplicity of the early universe, and the power of symmetry as a guide to physical law.
Source arXiv, hep-ph/0502113
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