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Hi,

* > Before we load Feyncalc and Feynarts, all is ok:
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* > Conjugate[Exp[i*Pi/4]]=Exp[-i*Pi/4](Normal),
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* > but when the packages(Feyncalc and Feynarts) are both loaded, I find
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this BUG appear:

* > Conjugate[Exp[i*Pi/4]]=Exp[i*Pi/4](BUG!).
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* > when I set $LoadPhi=False and $LoadFeynArts=False
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* > and execute <<HighEnergyPhysics`FeynCalc`,this time I only load
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FeynCalc, I find this BUG disappear again:

* > Conjugate[Exp[i*Pi/4]]=Exp[-i*Pi/4](Normal).
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The problem is that in the present state (at least in Mathematica 9)

FeynArts and Phi don't really work with FeynCalc. When you load them

nevertheless, you get a bunch of error messages related to shadowing.

As you correctly observed, using

$LoadPhi=False

$LoadFeynArts=False

<<HighEnergyPhysics`FeynCalc`

avoids these problems.

*> Another question is:
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*> when use "ComplexConjugate" to replace "Conjugate" I find another question.
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*> ComplexConjugate[Exp[i*Pi/4]]=Exp[-i*Pi/4](Normal)
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*> ComplexConjugate[5^i]=5^i(BUG?)
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*> please contact me soon!
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*> Email:qfsun@mail.ustc.edu.cn
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*> Thank you!
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*>
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I think that this behavior of ComplexConjugate is not a bug. The

description of the command (?ComplexConjugate) says

---------------------------------------------------------

ComplexConjugate[expr] complex conjugates expr.

It operates on Fermion-lines, i.e., products

of Spinor[..] .DiracMatrix[..] . Spinor[..].

For taking the spin sum (i.e. constructing the traces) use

FermionSpinSum.

WARNING: In expr should be NO explicit I in denominators!

---------------------------------------------------------

Now if you apply ComplexConjugate to 5^I, you are explicitly

ignoring the warning, which is why you are getting a wrong result.

I would not use ComplexConjugate for anything that is not a fermion line

or contains explicit I's.

Cheers,

Vladyslav

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