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9. H. L. Glashow, Phys. Rev. Letters 28, 1494 (1972). 10. R. R. Quinn, "Muon g-2 and Other Constraints on a Model of Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions without Neutral Currents," (Preprint, 1972). on by 29 STATUS OF QED EXPERIMENTS 11. R. Jackiw and S. Weinberg, Phys. Rev. D Z' 2396 (1972). 12. J. D. Drell, Ann. Rev. Nucl. Sci. 20, 147 (1970). 13. Abstracts: Third International Conference on Atomic Ph sics, JlLA, University of Colorado, 1972 • 14. N. H. N. Langenberg, Rev. Mod. £' 375 (1969).

71) Photon 6 (Ref. 72) Photon (Pure Time-like) 10 (Ref. 3 (Ref. 74) It is noteworthy that all limits except those associated with the exchange of muons have been provided by colliding beam experiments. These limits may be expected to improve as colliding beam facilities of higher energy come into operation. Colliding beams may also be expected t5f. J2rovi$e_a limit on the muon exchange cutoff via the process e e .... L- , which becomes relatively more prominent at higher energies. IV. QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS,GAUGE THEORIES, AND WEAK INTERACTIONS One of the very striking features of quantum electrodynamics as it has developed is its apparent independence of the rest of the world of elementary particles and their interactions.

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