Does quantum electrodynamics describe the weak force?


Does quantum electrodynamics describe the weak force?

Quantum Electrodynamics:

The theory of quantum electrodynamics (QED) was initially developed in order to deal with some effects that classical electromagnetism was unable to interpret, such as the anomalous distribution of electron's magnetic momentum and the Lamb displacement.

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The weak force is developed within the nucleus of an atom and is responsible for the bonding of the subatomic particles that are located there...

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Quantum Physics: Definition, Theories & Topics


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Learn about quantum physics, its history, and its development. Explore concepts in quantum theory using different examples, such as the quantization of energy.

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