Two-point one-loop amplitudes induced by charged fermions and modified by a constant homogeneous electromagnetic fields are presented. For the background field, two configurations – pure magnetic field and crossed electromagnetic fields – are considered. The set of two-point amplitudes of scalar, pseudoscalar, vector and axial-vector fermionic currents, already known in literature, is...

An investigation of the energy spectra of hydrogen muonic molecules is important

for muonic catalysis of nuclear fusion reactions. A calculation of fine

and hyperfine structure of muonic molecular ions as well as of higher order QED corrections allows us to predict the rates of reactions of their formation and other parameters of the $\mu$CF cycle.

In this work, the energy spectrum of the...

Five fundamental problems - neutrino oscillations, baryogenesis, dark matter, inflation, strong CP problem - are solved at one stroke in a model, dubbed as "SM-A-S-H" (Standard Model-Axion-Seesaw-Higgs portal inflation) by Andreas Ringwald et. al. The Standard Model (SM) particle content is extended by three right-handed SM-singlet neutrinos $N_i$, a vector-like color triplet quark $Q$, a...

We consider a novel quantum field-theoretical approach to the description of processes passing at finite space-time intervals based on the Feynman diagram technique in the coordinate representation. The most know processes of this type are neutrino and neutral kaon oscillations, which are described nowadays only in an eclectic quantum-mechanical approach. The experimental setting of these...

Non-global logs are very common in observables that are used in precision measurements at particle collider experiments. Perturbative convergence is spoled by the presence of these calculations necessitating a difficult all-orders resummation. The integro-differential Banfi-Marchesini-Smye equation, valid in the Large-Nc aproximation and usually solved numerically, provides us with means to...