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Idea

In perturbative quantum field theory a radiative correction is a contribution to the Feynman perturbation series corresponding to Feynman diagrams that describe exchange of virtual quanta of radiation, such as photons (for electromagnetic radiation).

References

• C. Was, Radiative corrections, 1994 (pdf)

Specifically for Lamb shift-like corrections:

• Michael Eides, Howard Grotch, Valery A. Shelyuto, Theory of Light Hydrogenlike Atoms, Phys. Rept. 342:63-261, 2001 (arXiv:hep-ph/0002158)

On radiative corrections (ir)relevant for branching ratios in which flavour anomalies seem to be detected:

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