renormalizability


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renormalizability

[rē‚nȯr·mə‚līz·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(quantum mechanics)
The property of some quantum field theories whereby all infinite quantities can be absorbed into a renormalization of physical parameters such as mass and charge.
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The main point is that the modern understanding of how renormalizability is a generic feature of quantum field theories at accessible energies gives us a conceptually unified family of Nagelian reductions.
This equation can then be used to prove perturbative renormalizability in QFT.
The renormalizability of the new interaction to enable calculations;