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Symmetry Violation of Time Reversal in Third Order Vertex Angle Renormalization Process of Electromagnetic Interaction

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ABSTRACT

According to the current understanding, electromagnetic interaction is invariable under time reversal. However, the proof of time reversal symmetry in quantum theory of field has not considered the effects of high order perturbation normalizations. It is proved in the paper that when the renormalization effect of third order vertex angles process is taken into account, the symmetry of time reversal will be violated in electromagnetic interaction process. Because the magnitude order of symmetry violation is about 10–5, but the precision of current experiments on time reversal in particle physics is about 10–3, this kind of symmetry violation can not be found. The result reveals the micro-origin of asymmetry of time reversal and can be used to solve the famous irreversibility paradox in the evolution processes of macro- material systems.

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X. Mei, "Symmetry Violation of Time Reversal in Third Order Vertex Angle Renormalization Process of Electromagnetic Interaction," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 3 No. 1, 2012, pp. 43-47. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2012.31006.

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