I understand that the Colour Force is described by Quantum Chromodynamics, Electromagnetism is described by Quantum Electrodynamics and Gravity will hopefully be described by a Quantum Gravity Theory but currently General Relativity. But what Theory describes the Electroweak Interaction? Is there any specific theory or is it described in Electroweak-Symmetry?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Weak Interactions

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