what is the analogue of 'space is curved' in Quantum Field theory ??


by zetafunction
Tags: analogue, curved, field, pace, quantum, theory
zetafunction
zetafunction is offline
#1
Jul20-10, 01:57 PM
P: 399
if in General Relativity the main issue is that 'space is curved' what is the equivalence of it in Quantum mechanics ?? , for example how can QFT describe the curvature of space ??
Phys.Org News Partner Physics news on Phys.org
Information storage for the next generation of plastic computers
Scientists capture ultrafast snapshots of light-driven superconductivity
Progress in the fight against quantum dissipation
George Jones
George Jones is offline
#2
Jul20-10, 02:56 PM
Mentor
George Jones's Avatar
P: 6,037
Quote Quote by zetafunction View Post
if in General Relativity the main issue is that 'space is curved' what is the equivalence of it in Quantum mechanics ?? , for example how can QFT describe the curvature of space ??
In QFT, field strength tensors are (proportional to) curvature tensors of abstract, internal spaces.


Register to reply

Related Discussions
Quantum Fluctuations and Curved Space Quantum Physics 1
Quantum Field Theory in Curved Spacetime? Quantum Physics 13
Quantum Theory in Curved Spacetime High Energy, Nuclear, Particle Physics 5
Introduction to Quantum Field Theory in curved spacetime Physics Learning Materials 1