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For example, in "M. Schwartz, Quantum Field Theory and the Standard Model". The book has a whole chapter about scalar QED.

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Thank you! That is the book I am using actually and I am at that chapter, but in that book the rules are just listed, I would like a full derivation, the same way it is done in previous chapters for the ##\phi^3## interaction.For example, in "M. Schwartz, Quantum Field Theory and the Standard Model". The book has a whole chapter about scalar QED.

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I tried, but I am confused at certain steps. I would normally post here what I did so far and ask for help, but I am sure they are derived in some book already (also typing down everything would be quite time consuming as there are many indices).

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Sorry, I do not buy this line of reasoning. To me it sounds as if someone posting in the homework forums would say "I would normally solve this problem, but it is difficult so instead I want you to give me the solution". I suggest you do exactly that, post what you have done so far and specify the steps where you are stuck.I would normally post here what I did so far and ask for help, but I am sure they are derived in some book already (also typing down everything would be quite time consuming as there are many indices).

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