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Any hints would be greatly appreciated!Well I noticed that with what I have, I can rewrite the fields in the way most online sources I’ve seen have them (with e.g the field phi being a sum of a annihilation operator of a certain type and a creation operator of a different type). These new operators end up being linear combinations of the scalar field’s operators.I just don’t see why I was able to get the correct Hamiltonian the other way. Any hints would be greatly appreciated!

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I think what you have got is the charged boson model which I have only seen inNauj Onerom said:

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Mentz114 said:I think what you have got is the charged boson model which I have only seen in

Elements of Advanced Quantum Theory, A.L. Ziman, Cambridge (2002) page 28.

Well I noticed that with what I have, I can rewrite the fields in the way most online sources I’ve seen have them (with e.g the field phi being a sum of a annihilation operator of a certain type and a creation operator of a different type). These new operators end up being linear combinations of the scalar field’s operators.I just don’t see why I was able to get the correct Hamiltonian the other way.

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