Creating Feynman diagrams with Latex.

The Feynman diagram for the electron-hadron elastic scattering

I have successfully installed Cygwin, GV, GS, MikTex, Lyx etc on my win-07 Vaio. So I want to check to see my Cygwin functionality on some physics exercises.

The following link is broken now. Feyntex at Colorado.

— Somehow I could not produce this and another simple example for Feynman’s diagram using the codes here and at another place. Fortunately though I have the following which works excellent so far. So I am just learning.

My TikZ (PGF) codes are working.

So I will try to see if the codes written in Feynmf package in above links, how I can convert into Tikz ==>> and I tried and it all works nice: the diagrams are given above, compare with the same with the ones given in the above links, Feyntex at Colorado.

I have posted the Feynman amplitude diagram of the electrons scattering off the hadrons elastically.

The following link is a treasure-trove of physics examples accomplished with Tikz.

The latter link is broken as well. (link from UCLA)

 

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