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In classical electrodynamics,the electron with zero radius has infinite electromagnetic selfenergy.How does QTF Theory solve this problem?It seems that this is solved by the renormalization theory.Is that correct?

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# How QTF Theory solves the infinite electromagn selfenergy of electron?

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