I'm asking this question as someone who has not studied this topic technically. By radius of convergence, I mean exact results, not just approximations, can be obtained by summing sufficiently many terms. (does this ever happen?) I don't mind if you need 1000 terms, as long as the series is convergent mathematically. Is N=3 QCD within the radius of convergence? And how about N=2, N=1?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# What's the radius of convergence for 1/N expansion in QCD?

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