What are the Feynman rules for phi to the sixth theory? Can anyone please help? Peskin and Schroeder does phi ^ 4th... I can't help thinking the derivation is the same for phi to the sixth, and that the rules are the same. Could that be correct?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thanks so much for your time,

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# Feynman Rules for Phi to the 6th theory

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