Notes on Quantum Field Theory
by Sidney Coleman
Publisher: arXiv 1986
Number of pages: 337
These notes were taken by Brian Hill during Sidney Coleman's lectures on Quantum Field Theory (Physics 253), given at Harvard University in Fall semester of the 1986-1987 academic year. These notes remain the principal source for the Physics 253a materials.
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