advanced_notions:quantum_field_theory:solitons

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- | [[advanced_tools:feynman_diagrams|Feynman diagrams]] do not describe everything that can happen in a [[theories:quantum_field_theory|quantum field theory]]. There can be classical solutions of the field equations that describe larger lumps of field excitations that aren't describable by Feynman diagrams. | + | [[advanced_tools:feynman_diagrams|Feynman diagrams]] do not describe everything that can happen in a [[theories:quantum_field_theory:canonical|quantum field theory]]. There can be classical solutions of the field equations that describe larger lumps of field excitations that aren't describable by Feynman diagrams. |

Classical solutions of the field equations with finite energy are called solitons. | Classical solutions of the field equations with finite energy are called solitons. |

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