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Dirac fields are spin-1/2 fields (often Fermions), with the Lagrangian Density:

\mathcal L = \bar\Psi\left(i\hbar c_0\not\nabla-mc_0^2\right)\Psi =  \bar\Psi\left(i\hbar c_0\gamma^\mu\nabla_\mu-mc_0^2\right)\Psi

These fields are Spin-1/2 Fields. Applying the Principle of Least Action, one obtains the Dirac Equation:

\left(i\hbar c_0\not\nabla-mc_0^2\right)\Psi=0

The free Dirac Fields take the general form:

\psi = \int \frac{d^{3}p}{(2\pi)^{3}} \frac{1}{\sqrt{2E_{p}}}\sum_{s} \left(
a^{s}_{\textbf{p}}u^{s}(p)e^{-ip \cdot x}+b^{s \dagger}_{\textbf{p}}v^{s}(p)e^{ip \cdot x}\right).\,

Quantum Field Theory and the Standard ModelEdit this section

In Quantum Chromodynamics and Electroweak Theory, the Lagrangian Densityies can be written as [1] :

\mathcal L = -\frac14F^2+\bar\Psi\left(i\hbar c_0\not\nabla-mc_0^2\right)\Psi = -\frac{F^2}4 +\bar\Psi\left(i\hbar c_0\gamma^\mu\nabla_\mu-mc_0^2\right)\Psi

I.e. as sums of Yang-Mills interaction Field Strength Lagrangian Densityies and Dirac Lagrangian Densityies. The quarks and electrons, along with the quark-gluon or electron-photon interactions, for example, are Dirac Fields, whereas the Gluons alone are the Yang-Mills Fields here..

Dirac Fields are in contrast to Klein-Gordon Fields for spin-0 particles, such as the Higgs Field.

String TheoryEdit this section

In RNS String Theory, the Polyakov Lagrangian Density is added to the Dirac Lagrangian Density, obtaining the RNS, or Ramond-Neveu-Schwarz Lagrangian Density:[2].

{{\mathsf{\mathcal{L}}}_{RNS}}=\frac{T}{2} h^{\alpha \beta} \left(  \partial_\alpha X^\mu \partial_\beta X^\nu +i\hbar c_0 \bar{\psi_\mu} \not\partial  \psi^\mu  \right) g_{\mu\nu}   :


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