# One-loop quantum gravity repulsion in the early Universe.

@article{Broda2011OneloopQG, title={One-loop quantum gravity repulsion in the early Universe.}, author={B. Broda}, journal={Physical review letters}, year={2011}, volume={106 10}, pages={ 101303 } }

Perturbative quantum gravity formalism is applied to compute the lowest order corrections to the classical spatially flat cosmological Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker solution (for the radiation). The presented approach is analogous to the approach applied to compute quantum corrections to the Coulomb potential in electrodynamics, or rather to the approach applied to compute quantum corrections to the Schwarzschild solution in gravity. In the framework of the standard perturbative quantum… Expand

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