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1. Do exact solutions exist for non-Abelian gauge theory without matter fields?

2. Do exact solutions exist for Abelian/Non-Abelian theory with matter fields (scalar or spinor)?

2. Are solutions well-behaved? I'm asking because no one can prove it for Navier-Stokes equation. Another reason is that Non-linear waves can develop singularities, and gluons fields are non-linear waves.

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# Questions about *classical* gauge field theory (Abelian and Non-Abelian)

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