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Chiral perturbation theory at finite volume and/or with twisted boundary conditions

Bijnens, Johan LU and Relefors, Johan LU (2016) In Proceedings of Science Part F128557.
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In this talk we discuss a number of ChPT calculations relevant for lattice QCD. These include the finite volume corrections at two-loop order for masses and decay constants. The second part is about hadronic vacuum polarization where we present the two-loop ChPT estimate for the disconnected and strange quark contributions. We also present the finite volume corrections at two-loop order. The final part is the one-loop finite volume with twisted boundary conditions contribution to f+(q2) and the full K&3 amplitude.

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  abstract     = {<p>In this talk we discuss a number of ChPT calculations relevant for lattice QCD. These include the finite volume corrections at two-loop order for masses and decay constants. The second part is about hadronic vacuum polarization where we present the two-loop ChPT estimate for the disconnected and strange quark contributions. We also present the finite volume corrections at two-loop order. The final part is the one-loop finite volume with twisted boundary conditions contribution to f+(q<sup>2</sup>) and the full K&amp;3 amplitude.</p>},
  author       = {Bijnens, Johan and Relefors, Johan},
  language     = {eng},
  series       = {Proceedings of Science},
  title        = {Chiral perturbation theory at finite volume and/or with twisted boundary conditions},
  volume       = {Part F128557},
  year         = {2016},
}