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Higgs field homogeneous?

by anorred
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anorred
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Jan21-14, 08:25 PM
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is the higgs field always homogeneous, or do particles such as electrons cause it to be concentrated about certain points? Are there waves in the higgs field?
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ChrisVer
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Jan22-14, 09:24 AM
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it takes the vev everywhere, except for if you excite it.
Like the electromagnetic field.


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