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### Exclusive quasielastic production of dijets at hadronic colliders

We critically re-examine the calculation of central production of dijets in
quasi-elastic hadronic collisions. We find that the process is not dominated by
the perturbative contribution, and discuss several sources of uncertainties in
the calculation.Comment: 4 pages, talk given at Diffraction-2008, La Londe-les-Maures, France,
9-14 Sept 200

### Enhancement of magnetic ordering by the stress fields of grain boundaries in ferromagnets

In the paper we predict a distinctive change of magnetic properties and
considerable increase of the Curie temperature caused by the strain fields of
grain boundaries in ferromagnetic films. It is shown that a sheet of
spontaneous magnetization may arise along a grain boundary at temperatures
greater than the bulk Curie temperature. The temperature dependence and space
distribution of magnetization in a ferromagnetic film with grain boundaries are
calculated. We found that $45^\circ$ grain boundaries can produce long-range
strain fields that results in the width of the magnetic sheet along the
boundary of the order of $0.5 \div 1 \mu m$ at temperatures grater than the
bulk Curie temperature by about $10^2$ K.Comment: 5 pages, 3 Figures include

### Radiative corrections of order O(alpha E_e/m_N) to Sirlin's radiative corrections of order O(alpha/pi) to neutron lifetime

We calculate the radiative corrections of order O(alpha E_e/m_N) as
next-to-leading order corrections in the large nucleon mass expansion to
Sirlin's radiative corrections of order O(alpha/pi) to the neutron lifetime.
The calculation is carried out within a quantum field theoretic model of strong
low-energy pion--nucleon interactions described by the linear sigma-model (LsM)
with chiral SU(2)xSU(2) symmetry and electroweak hadron-hadron, hadron-lepton
and lepton-lepton interactions for the electron-lepton family with SU(2)_L x
U(1)_Y symmetry of the Standard Electroweak Model (SEM). Such a quantum field
theoretic model is some kind a hadronized version of the Standard Model (SM).
From a gauge invariant set of the Feynman diagrams with one-photon exchanges we
reproduce Sirlin's radiative corrections of order O(alpha/pi), calculated to
leading order in the large nucleon mass expansion, and calculate
next-to-leading corrections of order O(alpha E_e/m_N). This confirms Sirlin's
confidence level of the radiative corrections O(alpha E_e/m_N). The
contributions of the LsM are taken in the limit of the infinite mass of the
scalar isoscalar sigma-meson. In such a limit the LsM reproduces the results of
the current algebra (Weinberg, Phys. Rev. Lett. {\bf 18}, 188 (1967)) in the
form of effective chiral Lagrangians of pion-nucleon interactions with
non--linear realization of chiral SU(2)xSU(2) symmetry. In such a limit the
L$\sigma$M is also equivalent to Gasser-Leutwyler's chiral quantum field theory
or chiral perturbation theory (ChPT) with chiral SU(2)xSU(2)symmetry and the
exponential parametrization of a pion-field (Ecker, Prog. Part. Nucl. Phys.
{\bf 35}, 1 (1995)).Comment: 50 pages, 7 figures. arXiv admin note: text overlap with
arXiv:1805.0970

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