Kazuhide Ichikawa, Masahiro Fukuda and Akitomo Tachibana Study of simulation method of time evolution in rigged QED International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 113
Rigged quantum electrodynamics (QED) is a theory that has been proposed to treat dynamics of charged particles and photons in atomic and molecular systems in a quantum field theoretical way. This article discusses a method to follow the step-by-step time evolution of the quantum system using Rigged QED. “Electron-positron oscillations” are found in the charge density; the fluctuations originated from virtual electron-positron pair creations.
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