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Using Painleve Test on the Kinetic System for Yang-Mills Theory

Ahmed Kamil
Department of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics and Mathematics, Moscow, 117198 ,Russian
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We study the Yang-mills theory as a kintic system, and used C. Becchi, A. Rouet and R. Stora; transformation to Renormalization of gauge theories, test the random of the system by use the painleve test


Yang-Mills theory, Painleve Test.


Yang-Mills theory is a non-Abelian gauge theory, and we used a lot in QCD calculation, the yang- mills theory is the most important in physics in the last fifty years. Yang-Mills theory was first discovered in the 1950, at this time, quantum electrodynamics was known to describe electromagnetism [1]. Yang–Mills theory seeks to describe the behavior of elementary particles. In 1954, Yang and Mills published a paper on the isotopic SU(2) invariance of the proton-neutron system [2]. Yang-Mills theory plays a central role in explaining fundamental interactions ,because both the strong and weak interactions are described by Yang-Mills theories [3].Yang-Mills theory allow one to describe both the Maxwell electromagnetic interactions and the Fermi weak interactions and to obtain the known value of the (Z0) boson (weak boson) mass. Yang-Mills gauge theory with gauge group SU(3)×SU(2)×U(1). Here the first factor is the gauge group of QCD while (SU(2)×U(1)) gauge field is that transmitting what is called the electroweak force [4].




Using the lagrangian of Yang-Mills theory [5]. introduceing C. Becchi , A. Rouet , R. Stora and I.V. Tyutin for transformation to Renormalization of gauge theories [6]. test the random of the system by use the painleve test [7]. Finally We found that yang-mills theory is non-integrable according to Painleve test.


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