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1- “Die Laufzeit, Elektronenbahnen, Kathodenfeldstärke und Potential der Raumladungsdiode für jede Anfangsgeschwindigkeit, Anfangsrichtung und Strom" Zeit, Angew, Math. Phy. 2, 35 (1951).
2- The Cathode Field in Diodes under Partial Space- Charge Conditions with Initial Conditions" Phys, Rev. 81, 274 (1951).
3- “ Die Dichte und das Periodische System der Elemente" Mitteilungen der G.F.F. (Zürich), VII, 13 (1951).
Thirteen Research Reports, Institute for Applied Physics, Swiss Fedral Institute of Tehnology, 1950-1953 (unpublished)
4- “The Mechanism of Secondry Electron Emission" Phys. Rev. 93, 981 (1954)
5- “Grundlagen der Elektronenphysik" Techn., Rundschau (Bern) 48, Nr.6 (1956)
6- “Anisothropy of Cosmic Rays Due to Galactic Radiation" Nuovo Cimento 4, 661 (1956)
7- “Foundations of Quantum Statistics" Report on a Symposium on Semiconductors, National Research Council of Canada (July 1956)
8- “Distribution Functions for Noncommuting Operators" Phys. Rev. 108, 565 (1957)
9- “Covariant Quantum Statistics of Fields" Phys. Rev.109, 1367 (1958)
10- “A Theory of Particals of Spin One-Half" Annals of Physics 5, 95 (1958)
11- “On the Symmetryof Elementry Particles" Nuovu Cimento 10, 1146 (1958)
12- “Relativistic Invaiance and Quantum Mechanism” (based on lectures by A.S. Wightman), Suppl. Nuovo Cim. 14, 81 (1959)
13- “Vacuum Expectation Values and Analytic Functions” (based on lectures by A.S. Wightman), Suppl. Nuovo Cim. 14, 192 (1959)
14- Kemmer β-Formalism of Particles of Spin One-Half” (With M. Samiullah,), Nuovo Cimento 17, 876 (1960).
15- Extra Solutions of Dispersin Relations and Resonance Scattering” (with K.H. Ruei), Nuclear Phys. 21, 300 (1960).
16- “Spin-Orbit Correlations in μ-e and e-e Scattering” (with C.Fronsdal), Phys. Rev. 120, 1871 (1960)
17- “A Note on Gauge Transformations in Quantum Mechanism” (with M. Leiser), Am. J. Phys. 29, 24 (1961).
18- “Bason Curents in the Theory of Weak Interactions” (with W. Zeleny), Phys. Rev. 121, 908 (1961).
19- “Analytic Properties of the S-Matrix and Uniqueness of the Scattering Potential” (with K.H.Ruei), J. Math Phys. 2, 181 (1961).
20- “Kinematical and Dynamical Resonances” (with K.H.Ruei), Phys. Rev. 122, 1340 (1961)
21- “Nature of the 33 Resonances in P-Wave Meson-Nucleon Scattering in One-Meson Approximation” (with K.H.Ruei), Nuclear Physics 30, 462 (1962).
22- “Dispersion Relations and Resonances Scattering" Chapter in Lectures in Theoretical Physics" Vol. IV, edited by W.E.Brittin, Interscience (1962).
23- “Virtual Particles" Phys. Rev.126, 1873 (1962).
24- “Formulation of the S-Matrix Theory in Terms of Unitary Representations of the Inhomogeneous Lorentz Group" Phys. Rev. 127, 321, (1962).
25- “Quantization of the Higher-Order Spinor Equations” (with G. Mullen), Annals of Physics 20, 184 (1962).
26- “Action Principle for Higher-Order Lagrangians with Indefinite Metric” (with G.Mullen), Annals of Physics 20, 203 (1962).
27- “Complex Angular Momentum in Relativistic S-Matrix Theory” (with D. Zwanziger), Phys. Rev. 127, 974 (1962).
28- Singularities in Complex Angular Momentum of the Scattering Amplitude for a Class of Soluble Potentials” (with F.Calogero) Annals of Physics 128, 1383 (1962).
29- “Analyticity in Angular Momentum of the Relativistic Many-Channel S-Matrix from Dispersion Relations and Unitarity" Phys. Rev. 128, 1959, (1962)
30- “Crossing Symmetry in S-Matrix Theory" Phys. Rev. 130, 436 (1963).
31- “On the Symmetry of Elemantry Particles II" Nuovo Cimento 27, 1267 (1963)
32- “Construction of Invaiant Scattering Ampitudes and Analytic Continuation in Total Angular Momentum” (with I. Muzinich and D. Williams), Phys. Rev.130. 442 (1963).
33- “Amplitudes and Crossing Matrices in Isospin” (with B. Unal), Nuovo Cimento 28, 112 (1963)
34- “Behaviour of Scattering Amplitude for Large Angular Momentum" Jour. Math. Phys. 4, 1401 (1963)
35- “Helicity Amplitudes and Complex Angular Momentum in V-A Interactions and Under ϒ5-Invaiance,“ Proceedings of the Conference on Photon Interactions , M.I.T., p.11,16 (1963)
36- “Recent Developments in S-Matrix Theory of Particles and Resonances" Lectures in Theoretical Physics, Vol. VI, edited by W.E.Brittin, Intersciences (1963).
37- “The Framework of S-Matrix Theory" Proc. Scottish Universities Summer Institute, Oliver and Boyd, Lmt.,Edinburg (1964)
38- “Nucleon and Pion-Nucleon Trajectory” (with J. Dilley), Phys. Rev. 134, B 873 (1964)
39- “A Symmetry Group Containing Both the Lorentz Group and SU3" Nuovo Cimento 32, 234 (1964).
40- “Complex Lorentz Group with a Real Metric, I. Group Structure" J. Math. Phys., 1652 (1964)
41- “Dynamical Symmetry Groups and Mass Spectrum for Elementry Particles" Proceedings from Conference on Symmetry at Higher Energy, University of Miami, Florida (1964).
42- Dynamical Symmetry Group Based on Dirac Equations and Its Generalization to Elementry Particles" Phys. Rev. 133, B 839 (1964).
43- “Connection Between the Relativistic and Nonrelativistic Form of Nucleon-Nucleon Amplitudes” (with M. Samuillah), Phys. Rev.133, B 1356 (1964).
44- “On the Coupling Constants of Massless Particles" Physics Letters 10, 356 (1964).
45- “The S-Wave Pion-Pion Amplitude and σ-Dipion” (with Wilson Au), Phys. Rev. Letters1, 165 (1964).
46- “Secondry Diffractions Peaks in πN and KN Scattering” (with Wilson Au), Phys. Rev. Letters13, 489 (1964).
47- “Exect Determination of Coupling Constants in Terms of Massess from Unitarity and Analyticity” (with T. Sawada), Phys. Letters 13, 177 (1964).
48- “Simultaneous Analytic Continuation in Two Crossed Channels and the Determination of Coupling Constants" Phys. Letters 14, 248 (1965).
49- “Relation Between Coupling Constants and Singularity in the Second Sheet” (with T. Sawada), Nuovo Cimento 37, 1531-1560 (1965).
50- “Production Amplitudes I. Invariant Amplitudes” (with G. Leung), Phys. Rev. 138, B 1119-1127 (1965).
51- “Analyticity, Complex and Quanterninic Lorentz Groups and Internal Quantum Numbers" Symposium on Lorentz Group, Lectures in Theoretical Physics, Vol. VIIa, Unversity of Colorado Press (1965).
52- “Production Amplitudes II. Analytic Continuation in J” (with G. Leung), Phys. Rev. 138, B 1128-1135 (1965).
53- “The Ξ- - ΞMass Difference” (with T. Sawada), Phys. Rev. 138, B 1497 (1965).
54- “The Proton Neutron Magnetic Moment Ratio in Wigners Theory of Super Multiplets“ (with G. Leung), Phys. Letters 15, 359 (1965).
55- On Non-Compact Groups I. Classification of Rela Simple Non-Compact Groups and Groups Containing the Lorentz Group: (with R. Raczka), Proc. Royal Society, London, 287, 519 (1965).
56- “Dnamical Groups and Mass Formula” (with A. Böhm), Phys. Rev. 139, B 1107 (1965).
57- “On Non-Compact Groups II. Electromagnetic Interactions" Proceedings Conference on Quantumelecrodynamics, Acta physica Austriaca (1965), Suppl. II, p.162-204.
59- “Analytic Properties of the Partial Wave Amplitude For Production Processes in the Complex J-Plane (with G. Leung), Lectures in Theoretical Physics, Vol. VIIa, Lorentz Group, University of Colorado Press (1965).p. 225-94
60- “Remarks on the Group Structure of Corben’s Wave Equation" Lectures in Theoretical Physics, Vol. VIIb, University of Colorado Press (1965).
61- “Dynamics of a Broken SU-Symmetry for the Oscillator" Phys. Rev. 139, B 1433 (1965).
62- “Renormalized Perturbation Theory of Electrodynamics from S-Matrix” (with R. Blade), Nuovo Cimento 39, 331 (1965).
63- “Invariant Amplitudes and Interpretation of SU3 and SU3 Type Symmetries" Proceedings International Seminar on High Energy Physics and Elementary Particles, International Atomic Energy Agency (1965) pp. 707-774.
64- “Mass Spectrum from Non-Compact Groups" Proceedings International Seminar on High Energy Physics, International Atomic Energy Agency (1965) pp. 679-694.
65- “On the Position of Singularities of the S-Matrix Unified Theories" Proceedings on the Conference of Unified Field Theories, Feldafing, Max Planck Institute, Munich (1965).
66- “Two Examples of Covariant Theories with Internal Symmetries Involving Spin” ,(with P. Budini and C. Fronsdal), Proc. Roy. Society, London, A, 291, 106 ,(1966).
67- “Asymptotic Behavior of the Scattering Amplitude in the Left Hand Plane of Complex Angular Momentum” (with J. Dilley), J. Math. Phys. 7, 64 (1966).
68- “Near Forward Peak in the K-p and π-p Charge Exchange Scattering” (with H. Kleinert), Phys. Rev. Lett. 16, 950 (1966).
69- “Consequences of Three Discrete Internal Symmetries for Leptons" Phys. Rev. 147, 978 (1966).
70- “Unitary and Antiunitary Representations of the Product of n Commuting Parity Operators” (with S. Komy), Jour. Math. Phys. 7, 1903 (1966)
71- “On Irreducible Representations of a Class of Algebras and Related Projectives Representations" Jour Math. Phys. 7, 1908 (1966)
72- “The Two Uses of Noncompact Groups in Particle Physics and Their Relations" Proceedings of the Conference on “Noncompact Groups in Particle Physics" W. A. Benjamin (1966), pp. 1-22.
72A. Group Theory in Physics, 152, 1048-1986
73- “Tensor Operators and Mass Formula in the Minimal Extension of U(3) by Charge Conjugation” (with H. Kleinert), Jour. Math. Phys. 8, 685 (1967).
74- “Calculation of Transition Probabilities from Noncompact Dynamical Groups" Phys. Rev. 156, 1538 (1967)
75- “Transition Probabilities of the Hydrogen Atom from Noncompact Dynamical Groups" (with H. Kleinert), Phys. Rev. 156, 1541 (1967).
76- “Unified Constructions of Representations of Compact and Noncompact Groups” in Lectures in Theoretical Physics, Vol. IXA, Gordon and Breach, Publishers (1967), pp. 125-171.
77- “Dynamical Groups and a Criterion of Elemantarity” in Lectures in Theoretical Physics, Vol. IXB, Gordon and Breach, Publishers (1967), p. 273.
78- “Dynamical Groups” in Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, İstanbul (1966), W. H. Freeman, San Francisco (1967).
79- “Calculation of Relativistic Transition Probabilities and Form Factors from Noncompact Groups” (with H. Kleinert), Phys. Rev. 156, 1546 (1967).
80- “Current Operators and Majorana Equation for the Hydrogen Atom from Dynamical Groups" (with H. Kleinert), Phys. Rev. 157, 1180 (1967).
81- “Resonance Decays from 0(3,1)-Dynamics. A Regularity in the Partial Decay Widths” (with H. Kleinert), Phys. Rev. Letters 18, 754 (1967).
82- “The Solution of the Discrete Mass Problem with Internal Degrees of Freedom and Further Developments" in Symmerty Principles at High Energies, Fourth Coral Gables Conference, W. H. Freeman Co., San Francisco (1967), pp. 70-105.
83- “Transition Form Factors in Hydrogen Atom” (with H. Kleinert), Phys. Rev. 160, 1149 (1967).
84- “On Superconvergence Relations for Processes Involving Massless Particles” (with D. Tchrakian), Nuclear Physics B3, 21 (1967).
85- “Dynamical Group 0(4,2) for Baryons and the Behavior of Form Factors” (with H. Kleinert), Phys. Rev. 161, 1464 (1967).
86- “Strong Meson Decay Rates in 0(4,2) and the Introduction of SU(3)” (with K. C. Tripathy), Phys. Rev. Letters 19, 918 (1967).
87- “Hadron Properties from Noncompact Dynamical Groups" in Proceedings of Rochester Conference, Interscience (1967), p. 383.
88- “Strong Decay of High Spin Baryons Resonances in 0(4,2) Theory” (with K. C. Tripathy), Phys. Rev. Letters 19, 1081 (1967).
89- “Derivation of Mass Spectrum and Magnetic Moments from Current Conservation in Relativistic 0(3,2) and 0(4,2) Theories” (with D. Corrigan and H. Kleinert), Phys. Rev. 167, 1527 (1968).
90- “Magnetic Moments, Form Factors, and Mass Spectrum of Baryons” (with D. Corrigan and H. Kleinert), Phys. Rev. Letters 20, 167 (1968).
91- “Position Operators and Localizability of Quantum Systems Describes by Finite and Infinite Component Wave Equations” (with S. Malin), Rev. Mod. Physics 40, 632 (1968)
92- “Applications of the Dynamical Group Theory to the Structure of Hadrons" Lectures in Theoretical Physics, Vol. IX, Gordon and Breach (1968) p. 377-426.
93- “Proton-Proton Scattering and Nuclear Structure. The Scalar Interaction in 0(4,2)” (with D. Corrigan), Phys. Rev. 172, 1593 (1968)
94- “Pion Form Factor and Mass Spectrum of Basons" Nucl. Physics B4, 455 (1968)
95- “Matrix Elements of Representations of Noncompact Groups in a Continuous Basis" (with E. C. Phillips), Comm. Math. Phys. 8, 52-65 (1968)
96- “Evidence for 0(4,2)-Assignment of Hadron Levels" Physics Letters 26B, 308 (1968).
97- “On the ‘Anomalous’ Zitterbewegung of Composite Particles" (With S. Malin and H. Kleinert), Nuovo Cimento 58A, 835 (1968).
98- “Reformulation of the Dirac Theory of the Electron" Phys. Rev. Letters 20, 893 (1968).
99- “Radiative Decay of Bason Resonances" (with K. C. Tripathy), Nucl. Physics B7, 125 (1968)
100- “On the Radiative Corrections to Electromagnetic Properties of Hadrons" (with Z. Z. Aydın), Nuovo Cimento 63A, 784 (1968).
101- “Does the Proton Have an Internal Structure” OAR Research Review Vol. VII, N.r, 1-4 (1968)
102- “The Analytic S-Matrix and the Algebraic Theory of Scattering" in Scattering Theory, Editted by A.O. Barut, Gordon and Breach (1969).
103- “Form Factor and Mass Corrections to Weak Decays of Hadrons” (with S. Malin), Nucl. Phys. B9, 194 (1969).
104- “Dynamical Groups and Their Currents. A Model of Strong Interactions" Springer Tracts on Modern Physics, Vol. 50 (1969).
105- “Implications of the 0(4,2)-Model of Strong Interactions for Regge-Pole and High Energy Phenomenology" Proceedings on Hadron Spectroscopy, Acta. Phys. Hungaricae 26, 1 (1969)
106- “Calculations of Kℓ- Form Factors” (with K. C. Tripathy), Phys. Rev. 178, 2278 (1969)
107- “A Theory of the Heavy Electron” (with P. Cordero and G. C. Ghirardi), Phys. Rev. 182, 1844 (1969).
108- “’Self- Consistency’ Condition for an Inclastic Amplitude and for Coupling Constants” (with B. C. Unal), Nuovu Cimento Lettera 1, 145 (1969)
109- “The Physical Interpretation of Ghost-Like and Space-Like Solution on Infinite- Multiplet Wave Equations" Nuovo Cimento Lettera 1, 601 (1969).
110- “Theory of Relativistic H-Atom and Positronium” (with A. Baiquni), Phys. Rev. 184, 1342 (1969)
111- “Group Theoretical Derivation of the Pion-Gauge Condition" Nuovo Cimento Lettera 2, 94 (1969).
112- “Pion-Gauge Conditions for the Electro- and Photo-Production of N* (J=1/2) and Equilty of the Vector and Axial vector Form Factors” (with B. C. Ünal), Nucl. Phys. B13, 622 (1969)
113- “Massless Particle and Analyitic Continuation in Mass" Suppl. Acta Phys. Austrica, Vi, 1-18 (1969).
114- “Relativistic Infinite Component Wave Equation for H-Atom with Spin” (with A. Baiquni), Physics Letters 30A, 352 (1969)
115- “Crossing Symmetry in the 0(4,2) Formulation for the Dirac Theory” (with P. Cordero and G. C. Ghirardi), Phys. Rev. D1, 536 (1970).
116- “On the Existence of the μ-Meson" in Lectures in Theoretical High Energy Physics, Edited by H. Aly; John Wiley (1970).
117- “On the Realization of Current Algebra by the Solution of Finite and Infinite Component Wave Equations (with G. C. Komen), Phys. Rev. D1, 418 (1970).
118- “A Unified Treatment of Leptons” (with P. Cordero and G. C. Ghirardi), Nuovo Cimento 66A, 36 (1970).
119- “On the Coupling of Massless Fermions of j>3/2" Jour. Of Pure and Applied Science (METU, Ankara), 3, 11 (1970).
120- “The Very High Energy Limit of the Proton-Proton Scattering” (with W. Plywaski) Phys. Rev.D2, 572 (1970).
121- “A Simply Factorazible n-Point Amplitude” (with J. W. Moffat), Phys. Rev. D1, 532 (1970).
122- “S-matrix Theory of Weak Interactions. Proceedings of Conference on Weak Interactions" Springer Tracts on Modern Physics, Vol. 53 (1970) p. 1-5.
123- “On the Electromagnetic Origin of Strong Interactions" Proceedings of the Coral Gables Conference on Fundanemtal Interactions at High Energies, II, Gordon and Breach (1970), pp. 199-220.
124- “Reduction of a Class of 0(4,2)-Representations with Respect to SO(4,1) and SO(3,2)” (with A. Böhm), Jour. Math Phys. 11, 2938 (1970).
125- “Why is N* (1470) Not Observed in Photon Production Experiments?” (with T.Nagylaki), Lettera Nuovo Cimento 4, 157 (1970).
126- “On S-Matrix Models of Weak Interactions” (with T.Nagylaki), Lettera Nuovo Cimento 4, 161 (1970) and E4, 680 (1970).
127- “Proton Form Factor, Magnetic Charges and Dyonium" Physical Review D3, 1747 (1971).
128- “Atoms with Magnetic Charges as Models of Hadrons" in Topics in Modern Physics – A Tribute to E. U. Condon, Associated Colorado University Press (1971).
129- “New Coherent States Associated with Non-Compact Groups: (with L. Girardello), Comm. Math. Phys. 21, 41 (1971).
130- “Calculation of the Non-Relativistic and Relativistic Coulomb Amplitude as the Matrix Element of a Rotation in 0(4,2)” (with W. Rasmussen), Phys. Rev. D3, 956 (1971).
131- “0(4,2)- Formulation of the Symmetry Breaking in Relativistic Problems with or without Magnetic Charges” (with G. Bornzin), J. Math. Phys. 12, 841 (1971).
132- “Introduction to De-Sitter and Conformal Groups and Their Physical Applications" Proceedings of the Conference on Conformal Groups, Lectures in Theoretical Physics, Vol XIII, Associated Colorado University Press, Boulder (1971), pp. 3-25.
133- “Representations of the Dynamical Groups 0(4,2) Realized in the Dyonium-Atom, “Lectures in Theoretical Physics, Vol XIII, Associated Colorado University Press, Boulder (1971), pp. 337-349.
134- “The Relativistic Bohr Formula" Nature 230, 180 (1971).
134A. “Review of Lepton Multiplets and Composite Structure of Muon” Presented at Muon Physics Conference, C.S.U.,Sept 1971
135- “Superselection Rule of Magnetic Charges and the Search for Magnetic Monopoles" Physics Letters 38B, 97 (1972)
136- “Criterion for and the Physical Interpretation of Minimal and Non-minimal Interactions” (with S. Malin), Ann. Of Physics 69, 463 (1972).
137- “Hadron Symmetries: Multiplets, Supermultiplets and Infınıte Multiplets" Rapporteur’s talk given at the XVth International High Energy Physics Coference, Kiev (1970), Naukova Dumka Publishers, Kiev (1972) p. 454-495.
138- “Bound State Poles of the Form Factor in Eikonal Approximation and Infinite- Component Wave Equations” (with Z. Z. Aydın), Nucl. Phys. B41, 150 (1972).
139- “The Theory of the Comformal Invariant Mass” (with Rolf B. Haugen), Annals of Physics 71, 519-541 (1972).
140- “The Nature of the Nuclear Bond and the Sturcture of Hadrons" Proceedings Rutherford Centennary Symposium (July 1971), edited by B. Wybourne, University of Canterbury Press (1972), pp.22-80.
141- “On the Group Structure of the Periodic System of Elements" Proceedings Rutherford Centennary Symposium (July 1971), edited by B. Wybourne, University of Canterbury Press (1972), pp.126-136.
142- “Infinite-Component Wave Equations and Splittings within SU(3) and SU(2) Multiplets” (with W. B. Monsma), Phys. Rev. D5, 2327 (1972).
143- “Coupling of Three or More Positroniums: A Relativistic model of Coupling of Composite Particles” (with Z. Z. Aydın), Nucl. Phys. B42, 291 (1972)
144- “Properties of Nonunitary Zero Mass Induced Representations of the Group on the Space of Tensor-valued Functions" (with R. Raczka), Ann. Inst. H. Poincaré, 17, 111 (1972).
145- “S-Matrix Approach to Weak Interactions” (S. A. Baran), Fortschritte der Physik, No. 9, 20 497 (1972).
146- “A Possible Physical Basis for Some Mathematical Models of Strong Interactions: Atoms with Magnetic Charges" in Lectures in Theoretical Physics, Vol. XIVA, Associated Colorado University Press (1972).
147- “The Infinite Parameter Lie Algebra Common to Dual Models, Current Algebra, Dynamical Groups and Gauge Groups” (with L. Girardello and W. Wyss), Lettera Nuovu Cimento 4, 100 (1972).
148- “The Value of the ε-Parameter of Kℓ – Decay From Pion-Gauge Condition” (with Z. Z. Aydın), Phys. Rev. D6, 3340 (1972)
149- “The Gravitaional Vertex in Eikonal Approximation” (with Z. Z. Aydın), Lettera Nuono Cimento 5,963 (1972).
“Scattering of Electromagnetic Rediation in Terms of Fundians over the group SU2” (with M. Carmeli, S.Malin) Aerospace Res. Lab., ARL 72-0051
150- “The Introduction of Internel Coordinates into the Infinite-Component Majorana Wave Equations” (with I. H. Duru), Proc. Roy. Soc. A333, 217 224 (1973).
151- “Algebric Solution of the Schrödinger Equation for a Class of Velocity-Dependent Potentials” (with G. Bronzin), Lettera Nuovo Cimento 6, 177-180 (1973).
152- “Scattering of Elctromagnetic Radiation in Terms of Function Over the Group SU(2)” (with S. Malin and M. Carmeli), Annals of Physics 77, 454-476 (1973).
153- “Theory of Nucleon-Nucleon Scattering” (with S. A. Baran and B. C. Ünal), Fortschritte der Physik 21, 609-651 (1973).
154- “New Mathematical and Phyisical Problems in the Superstrong Coupling of Magnetic Charges" in Studies in Mathematical Physics, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Amsterdam (1973), p. 315-319.
155- “Some Unusual Applications of Lie-Algebra representations in Quantum Theory" SIAM, App.. Mathematics 25, 247-259 (1973).
156- “Kℓ3 and πe3 Decays in Terms of the Kemmer β-Current” (with Z. Z. Aydın), Phys Rev. D7, 3222-3225 (1973).
157- “Dispersion Theoretic Calculation of the Lepton Form Factors and Magnetic Moments in the Gauge-Theory of Weak Interactions” (with Z. Z. Aydın and S.A.Baran), Nucl. Phys. B55, 601-611 (1973).
158- “On Conformally Invariant Spinor Equations” (with R. Haugen), Canad. J. Phys. 51, 787-788 (1973).
159- “Solutions of the Conformally Invariant Spinor Equations and the Theory of the Electron Muon Systems” (with R. Haugen), Lettera Nuovo Cimento 7, 625-688 (1973).
160- “A New Relativistic Coulomb Hamiltonian with 0(4) Symmetry and a Spinor Realization of the Dynamical Group 0(4,2)” (with G. Bornzin), Phys Rev. D7, 3018-3024 (1973).
161- “Improved Calculation of the Structure Functions of the Nucleon in the 0(4,2) Infinite Multiplet Model” (with A. Baiquni) Physicd Letters B468, 423-425 (1973).
162- “Conformally Invariant Massive Spinor Equations, I” (with R. Haugen), Nuovo Cimento 18A, 495-510 (1973).
163- “Conformally Invariant Massive and Massless Spinor Equations, II” (with R. Haugen), Nuovo Cimento 18A, 511-531 (1973).
164- “H-Atom as a Relativistic Elementary Particle, I. Wave Equations and Mass Formula" (with W. Rassmussen), Journal of Physics, B6, 1695-1712 (1973).
165- “H-Atom as a Relativistic Elementary Particle, II. Relativistic Colulomb Scaterring and Relativistic Photoeffect” (with W. Rassmussen), Journal of Physics, B6, 1713-1740 (1973).
166- “Cancellation of Divergences in Fourth-Order μ-μ Scattering in the Gauge Theory of Weak Interactions” (with S.A. Baran), Lettera Nuovo Cimento 8, 716-720 (1973).
167- “Conformal Group-Schrödinger Group – Dynamical Group" Phys Acta. 46, 496-503 (1973).
168- “Magnetic Charges and Strings as Building Blocks of Hadrons: Connection Between Dirac String and Dual String" in Proc. XII Schladming Intern. Universtätswochen, Acta Physical Austriaca Suppl. XI, 565-595 (1973).
169- “The Impossibility of Splitting the Superpositions of States of Opposite Magnetic Charges in External Electromagnetic Fields: An Anti Superselection Rule" Physics Letters B, 46B, 81-82 (1973).
170- “Gauge Coordinates" Proc. 2nd International Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods, edited by A. Janner and T. Jannsen, Univ. Nijmegen (1973), p. A213.
171- “External (Kinematical) and Internal (Dynamical) Conformal Symmetry, Discrete Mass Spectrum" Proc. 2nd International Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods, Edited by A. Janner and T. Jannsen, Univ. Nijmegen (1973), p. A32.
172- “ Relativistic Models with Multiplet Structure” (with I. Duru), Lettera Nuovo Cimento 8, 768-770 (1973).
173- “Classical Relativistic Scattering of Two Dons” (H. Beker), Nuovo Cimento 19A, 309-323 (1974).
174. "Spin—Statistics Connection for Dyonium" Phys. Rev. D10, 2709-2711 (1974).
175. "Theory of the Electromagnetic Structure Functions of the Proton" (with A. Baiquni), Phys. Rev. D9, 1084-1091 (1974).
176. "Relativistic Continuum—Continuum Transitions Amplitudes in a Class of 0(4,2) Infinite Multiplets" (with S. Salamo), Phys. Rev. D10, 622-630 (1974).
177. "Relativistic Composite Systems and Minimal Coupling" (with I. H. Duru), Phys. Rev. D10, 3448-3454 (1974).
178. "Relativistic Discrete—Continuum Transition Amplitudes in 0(4,2)-Multiplets—'Photoeffect'" (with S. Salamo and W. Rasmussen), Phys. Rev.D10, 630-635 (1974).
179. "Unification of the External Conformal Symmetry Group and the Internal Conformal Dynamical Group" (with G. Bornzin), J. Math. Phys. 15, 1000-1006 (1974).
180. "The Electromagnetic String with Spin" (with G. Bornzin), Nucl. Phys. B81, 477-483 (1974).
181. "Electrodynamics in Terms of Retarded Potentials" Phys. Rev. D10, 3335- 3336 (1974).
182. "Die Physik der Magnetischen Monopole und das Magnetische Model der Materie" Physikalische Blätter, No. 8, 31, 352—361 (1975).
183. "Radiation Reaction and Mass Renormalization in Scalar and Tensor Fields and Linearized Gravitation" (with D. Villarroel), J. Phys. A8, 156-159 (1975).
184. "On the Measurability of Long—Range van der Walls Forces between Protons" (with J. Nagel), Phys. Lett. 55B, 147—148 (1975).
185. "Electrodynamics in Terms of Functions over the Group SU(2), I. The Equation for Vector Potential" (with S. Malin), Foundations of Physic, No. 3, 5, 375-386 (1975).
186. "Extended Singularities of the Electromagnetic Field as Models of Elementary Particles" in Quantum Theory and the Structures of Time and Space, edited by L. Castell, M. Driescher and C. F. von Weizsäcker; C. Hanser Verlag, München (1975), p. 1.
187. "Dilatation of Nonrelativistic Wavefunctions into Relativistic Form" J. Phys. B8, L205—208 (1975).
188. "Radiation Damping of the Electron in Gravitational Field" (with D. Villarroel), J. Phys. 8A, 1537-1542 (1975).
189. "Resonances in e+ - e- -System Due to Anomalous Magnetic Moment Interactions" (with J. Kraus), Physics Letters 59B, 175-178 (1975).
190. "Relativistic Composite Systems and Extensible Models of Fields and Particles" Proceedings of the Warsaw International Conference on Mathematical Physics, 1974. "Math-Physics and Physical Mathematics" edited by K. Maurin and R. Raczka; D. Reidel (1976), pp. 323-343.
191. "The Conformally Invariant Action-at-a-Distance Electrodynamics" (with S. Komy), J. Phys. A9, 207-210 (1976).
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360. "The Remarkable Phase Space of the Radiating Electron" in "The Physics of Phase Space, (W. Zachary, edit.) Lecture Notes in Physics, Vol. 278 (Springer, 1987), p. 401-403.
361. "On the Covariance of Two-Fermion Equation for Quantumelectrodynamics" in Constraint Theory and Relativistic Dynamics, (L Lusanna, edit.), World Scientific, 1987), p. 122-130.
362. "Magnetic Resonances and the Positron Peak in Heavy Ion Collisions" in Physics of Strong Fields, W. Greiner, ed. (Plenum Press, 1987), p. 601-608.
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365. "On the Connection Between CP-Violation, Muon-Neutrino Lifetime, Muonium Conversion, and K°-Decays. An Explicit Model" in Fundamental Symmetries; (Plenum Press, 1987), eds. P. Bloch et. al), p. 227-230.
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368. "On the Treatment of Möller and Breit Potentials and the Covariant Two-Body Equation for Positronium and Muonium" Physica Scripta, 36, 493-496 (1987).
369. Essay Review: "QED, Strange Story of Light and Matter, by R. P. Feynman" Found. of Physics, 17, 111-113 (1987).
370. "Quantumelectrodynamics Based on Self Energy; Spontaneous Emission in Cavities" (with J. Dowling), Phys. Rev. A. 36, 649-654 (1987).
371. "Irreversibility, Organization, and Self-Organization in Quantum-electrodynamics" Found. of Physics, 17, 549-559 (1987).
372. "Quantumelectrodynamics Based on Self-Energy: Lamb Shift in Cavities" (with J. P. Dowling), Phys. Rev. A36, 2550-2556 (1987).
373. "Classical Model of the Dirac Electron in Curved Space" (with M. Pavsic), Class. & Quantum Gravity 4, L41-45 (1987).
374. "A New Realization of Dynamical Groups and Factorization Method" (with A. Inomata and Raj Wilson), J. Phys. A, 20, 4075-4082 (1987).
375. "Algebraic Treatment of Second Pöschl-Teller, Morse-Rosen and Eckart Equations" (with A. Inomata and Raj Wilson), J. Phys. A20, 4083-4096 (1987).
376. "Tunneling of Neutral Spin-1/2 Particles Through Magnetic Fields" (with M. Bozic, M. Marie, and H. Rauch), Zeits. f. Phys. A238, 1-10 (1987).
377. "Quantization of the Classical Relativistic Zitterbewegung in the Schrödinger Picture" (with M. Pavsic), Class. & Quant. Gravity 4, L131-136 (1987).
378. "On the Theory of the Stern-Gerlach Apparatus" (with M. O. Scully and W. E. Lamb Jr.), Found. of Phys. 17, 575-583 (1987).
379. "Exact Solutions of the Dirac Equation in Spatially Flat Robertson-Walker Spaces" (with I. H. Duru), Phys. Rev. D36, 3705-3711 (1987).
380. "Formulation of Non-perturbative QED as a Nonlinear First Quantized Classical Field Theory" in Differential Geometric Methods in Theoretical Physics, (H. Doebner, ed.), World Scientific, Singapore, 1987; p. 51-65.
381. "Path Integral Formulation of the H-Atom in a Space of Constant Curvature" (with A. Inomata and G. Junker), J. Phys. A, 20, 6271-6280 (1987).
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382. "Schrödinger's Interpretation of ψ as a Continuous Charge Distribution" Ann. der Physik, 45, 31-35 (1988)
383. "The Tacit Postulate on Single Events and the Comparison of Classical and Quantum Spin Correlation Experiments" in Proc. Urbino Conference on "Microphysical Reality and Quantum Formalism" (A. van der Merwe et. al, edit's) D. Reidel, Vol. I, p. 341-345, 1988.
384. "Conformally Covariant Coupled Non-linear Field Theory on the Hypercone: Vacuum Solutions and Quantization of Normal Model" (with T. Aciktepe, K. G. Akdeniz, and J.Kalayci), Modern Physics Letters A, 3, 161-165 (1988).
385. "Comment on the paper "An Exactly Soluble Relativistic Quantum Two-fermion Problems" [J. Math. Phys. 27, 3055 (1986)]", (with R. A. Moore and T. C. Scott), J. Math. Phys. 29, 268 (1988).
386. "Kaluza-Klein Approach to the Classical Model of the Dirac Electron in Curved Space" (with M. Pavsic), Class. & Quant. Gravity, 5, 707-711 (1988).
387. "Explicit Calculations with a Hidden Variable Spin Model" in "Quantum Mechanics versus and Local Realism" (F. Selleri, editor,) Plenum Press, p. 433-446, 1988.
388. "Combining Relativity and Quantum Mechanics: Schrödinger's Interpretation of ψ" Found. of Physics,18, 95-105 (1988).
389. "The Importance of Spin" in Spinors in Physics and Geometry, (edit. by A. Trautman and G. Furlan), World Scientific, (1988), p. 298-312.
390. "Quantum Electrodynamics Based on Self-Energy" Physica Scripta, T21, 18-21 (1988).
391. "Joint Probabilities of Noncommuting Operators and Completeness of Quantum Mechanics" (with M. Bozic and M. Maric), Found. of Physics, 18, 999-1012, (1988).
392. "Two and Three-dimensional Tunneling of Neutral Spin 1/2 Particles through Magnetic Fields" (with M. Bozic), in Physica B, 151, 180-188 (1988).
393. "Can we Calculate the Fundamental Dimensionless Constants of Physics?, in Gravitational Measurements, Fundamental Metrology and Constants (V. de Sabbata and V. N. Melnikov, editors), Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dordrecht 1988; p. 1-14 (1988).
394. "Path-Integration via Hamilton-Jocobi Coordinates and Applications to Potential Barriers" (with I. H. Duru), Phys. Rev. A38, 5906-5909 (1988).
395. "Relativistic Spontaneous Emission" (with Y. Salamin), Phys. Rev. A37, 2284-2296 (1988).
396. "Classical and Quantum EPR—Spin Correlations in the Triplet State" (with M. Bozic), Nuovo Cim. B101, 595-607, (1988).
397. "A Universal Law for the Increase of Total Cross Sections" (with S. Boukraa), Hadronic Journ. 10, 359-365 (1987), (published in 1988).
398. "Passage of Relativistic Neutral Particles with a Magnetic Moment through Magnetic Fields" (with M. Bozic), Zeit. f. Physik A, 330, 319-330 (1988).
399. "The Revival of Schrödinger's Interpretation of Quantum Theory" Found. of Physics Letters, 1, 47-56 (1988).
400. "On de Broglie's "Methode de Fusion" for Higher Spin Particles" in "Louis de Broglie, Que Nous Avons Connu", p. 17-22, (Fondation L. de Broglie, Paris, 1988).
401. "Lorentz-Dirac Equation and Energy Conservation for Radiating Electrons, Phys. Lett. A131, 11-12 (1988).
402. "Essay Review: E. Schrödinger's Collected Papers" Mathematical Reviews, 5044-5046, (1988).
403. "Spinning Minimal Surfaces without Grassmann Variables" (with M. Pavsic), Lett. Math. Phys. 16, 333-338 (1988).
404. "QED Based on Self-Energy: A Nonrelativistic Calculation of g-2" (with J. Dowling and J. F. Van Huele), Phys. Rev. A38, 4405-4412 (1988).
405. "QED Based on Self-Energy: Cavity Dependent Contributions to (g-2)" (with J. Dowling), Phys. Rev. A 39, 2796 (1989).
406. "Equivalence of the Spinning Superparticle Descriptions with Grassmann Variables and with c-number Spinors" (with M. Pavsic), Phys. Letters B216, 297-301 (1989).
407. "The Electromagnetic Field as Oscillations of a Relativistic Deformable Ether" in Recent Advances in Engineering Science, C. Eringen Symposium, Lecture Notes in Engineering, Vol. 34, Springer 1989: 132-137.
408. "Translational and Internal Motions of Classical and Quantum Spins in Passing through Magnetic Fields" (with M. Bozic), in Spin Polarized Quantum Spin Systems, Edit. I.S.I., - S. Stringari, (World Scientific, Singapore 1989), p. 391- .
409. "Derivation of the Envelope (de Broglie) Solitons for Nonlinear Klein-Gordon Equations by Hirota's Method" (with B. V. Baby), J. Phys. Soc. Japan 58, 335 (1989).
410. "The Schrödinger and the Dirac Equations - Linear, Nonlinear and Integrodifferential" in Geometrical and Algebraic Aspects of Nonlinear Field Theory, (S. De Filippo et al., editors), Elsevier Science Pul. 1989; p. 37-51.
411. "Probléme Relativiste a deux Corps en Electrodynamique Quantique" Helv. Physica Acta, 62, 436-443 (1989).
412. "Path Integral Formulation of Quantumelectrodynamics from Classical Particle Trajectories" (with I. H. Duru), Physics Reports 172, 1-32 (1989).
413. "On the Wave-Particle-Like Solutions of Nonlinear Equations" (with P. Rusu), Canad. J. Phys. 67, 100-105 (1989).
414. "Algebraic Scattering Theory of Relativistic Composite Particles" (with A. Inomata and Raj Wilson), Fortschr. der Physik, 37, 541-597 (1989).
415. "Angular Distribution in Electron-Neutrino Scattering" (with Z. Z. Aydin), Nuovo Cim. A, 101, 677-682 (1989).
416. "Fundamental Symmetries and Quantumelectrodynamics" in Symmetry in Science III" (B. Gruber, edit), (Plenum Press, 1989), p. 3-13.
417. "Analytic Group Theoretical Form Factors of Hydrogen-like Atoms for Discrete and Continuous Transitions" (with R. Wilson), Phys. Rev. A 40, 1340-1350 (1989).
418. "Generalization of the Lorentz-Dirac Equation to Include Spin" (with N. Unal), Phys. Rev. A 40, 5404-5406 (1989).
419. "QED Based on Self Fields: A Relativistic Calculation of (g-2)" (with J. P. Dowling), Z. f. Naturf. 44a, 1051-1055 (1989).
420. "Essay: Alfred Lande" in Physiker und Astronomen in Frankfurt (edit. By H. Bethge, et. al) A. Metzner Verlag, Frankfurt, (1989); p. 33-45.
421. "Physical Application of Indecomposable Representations" in Symposia 1 Matematica Vol. XXX1, Indecomposable Representations (edit. by V. Cantoni) (Academic Press, N.Y. 1989), p. 85-93.
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423. "Nonlinear de Broglie Waves and the Relation Between Relativistic and Non-Relativistic Solitons" (with B. V. Baby), in Nonlinear Evolution Equations: Integrability and Spectral Methods (edit. by A. Degasperis et al), Manchester University Press, 1990, p. 579-588.
424. "The Remarkable Algebra s0*(2n) and its Representations, Clifford Algebra, and Possible Applications" (with A. J. Bracken), J. Phys. A23, 641-663 (1990).
425. "A Model for Polarization Asymmetries in pp-Scattering" (with T. Anders and W. Jachmann), in Spin and Polarization Dynamics in Nuclear and Particle Physics, (edit. by A. O. Barut et al), World Scientific, 1990, p. 1-16.
426. "Interpretation of Quantum Potential for Stationary States and Causal Trajectories" (with M. Bozic), Annals Fondation L. de Broglie,15, 67-90 (1990).
427. "Stability of the Static Solitons of Self interacting Nonlinear Spinor Fields with Fractional Powers" (with K. G. Akdeniz et al), International Journal of Modern Physics, A5, 187-194 (1990)
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429. "Classical Relativistic 2-Body System with Spin and Radiation Reaction" (with C. Onem and N. Unal), J. Phys. A23, 1113-1126 (1990).
430. "Effectiveness and Limits of Mathematics in Physics" in Mathematics and Science, (edit. by R. Mickens), World Scientific, (1990), p. 1-14.
431. "QED Based on Self-Fields - On the Origin of Thermal Radiation Detected by an Accelerated Observer" (with J. P. Dowling), Phys. Rev. A41, 2277-2283 (1990).
432. "Path Integral Treatment of the Hydrogen Atom in a Curved Space of Constant Curvature II. Hyperbolic Space" (with A. Inomata, G. Junker), J. Phys. A23, 1179-1190 (1990).
433. "QED - The Unfinished Business" in Proc. III Regional Conferenceon Mathematical Physics" Islambad; World Scientific, 1990 (F. Hussain, A. Qadir, editors), p. 493-502.
434. "Pair Production in an Electric Field in a Time-dependent Gauge" (with I. H. Duru), Phys. Rev. D41, 1312-1317 (1990).
435. "Self-field Quantumelectrodynamics. The Two-Level Atom" (with J. P. Dowling), Phys. Rev. A41, 2284-2294 (1990).
436. "Membranes, Strings, Extended Elementary Particles as Singularities of Fields, in Supermembranes and Physics in 2+1 Dimensions, (edit. by M. J. Duff et al), World Scientific, 1990, p. 3-15.
437. "Foundations of Self-Field Quantumelectrodynamics, in Frontiers of Quantumelectrodynamics and Quantumoptics, (edit. A. O. Barut), Plenum Press, 1990, p. 345-370.
438. "Reflection, Transmission and Spin Rotation of Dirac Neutrinos in Magnetic Fields, (with M. Bozic), Zeits. f. Phys. A335, 459-469 (1990).
439. "The Electron-Positron System at Short Distances" Zeits. f. Phys. A335, 317, (1990).
440. "The Renormalization of Lorentz-Dirac Equation Does Not Violate Causality" Phys. Lett. A145, 387-390 (1990).
441. "Excited States of Zitterbewegung" Phys. Lett. B237, 436-439 (1990)
442. "Methods of Solutions of Schrödinger Equation for a Class of Anharmonic and Singular Potentials" (with H. Aly), Phys. Letters A145, 299-303 (1990).
443. "Regularized Analytic Evaluation of Vacuum Polarization in Coulomb Field" (with N. Unal), Phys. Rev. D41, 3822-3826 (1990).
444. "Quantum Particle-like Solutions of the Electromagentic Field" (with Aaron Grant), Foundations of Physics Letters, 3, 303 (1990).
445. "On the Measurement of pp Total Cross Section at √s = 1.8 TeV" Hadronic Journal, 13, 85-87 (1990).
446. "On the Interpretation of the Spinor Phase in Neutron Interferometry" (with M. Bozic), Phys. Lett. A149, 431-437 (1990).
447. "Prediction of New Tightly—Bound States of H2+ and the ‘Cold-Fusion’ Experiments" Intern. Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 15, No. 12, 907-909 (1990).
448. "Louis de Broglie and the Single Quantum Particle" in L. de Broglie's "Heisenberg's Uncertainties and the Probabilistic Interpretation of Wave Mechanics", Kluwer Acad., 1990, p. xi-xiv.
449. "Quantum Theory of Single Events: de Broglie Wavelets, Schrödinger Waves and Classical Trajectories" Found. of Physics, 20, 1233-1240 (1990).
450. "QED Based on Self-energy: The Relativistic 2S2 + 1S2 + 1 γ Decay Rates in Hydrogenlike Atoms" (with Y. Salamin), Phys. Rev. A43, 2524-2527, 1991.
451. "The Covariant Many-Body Problem in Quantumelectrodynamics" J. of Math. Physics, 32, 1091-1095 (1991).
452. "Relativistic Spontaneous Emission in Heisenberg Representation" (with Y. Salamin), Zeit. f. Physik D21, 1-5, (1991).
453. "Exact Solutions of Spin (Rabi) Precession, Transmission and Reflection in the Eckhart Potential" (with H. Beker), Europhysics Letters 14, 197-202 (1991).
454. "Reflecting Slow Atoms from a Micromaser Field" (with B. Englert, J. Schwinger, and M. Scully), Europhysics Letters 14, 25-31 (1991).
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457. "Contribution of the Individual Discrete Levels to the Lamb Shift in Hydrogenic Atoms" (with B. Blaive and R. Boudet), J. Phys. B 24, 3121-3147 (1991).
458. "Interpretation of Self-field QED" (with J. Dowling), Phys. Rev. A43, 4060 (1991).
459. "Brief History and Recent Developments in Electron Thory and Quantumelectrodynamics" in "The Electron 1990" (edit. by A. Weingartshofer et al), Kluwer Scient. Publ. (1991), p. 105-148.
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461. "Fermion-Fermion and Fermion-Antifermion Scattering with Dirac and Pauli Couplings" (with T. Anders and J. Jachmann), Int. J. Modern Physics A6, 4223-4330 (1991).
462. "Path Integral Formulation of the Magnetic Top" (with I. Duru), Physics Letters A, 158, 441-443 (1991).
463. "On Nonlinear Equations Admitting Soliton-Solutions with a de Broglie Phase" (with M. Baby), Commun. Theor. Phys. 1, 1-22 (1991).
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465. "On the Origin of Mass, Spin and Wave-Particle Duality" in Proc. Conference in Mathematical Physics, (F. Ardalan et al, editors), World Scientific, 1992.
466. "The Magnetic Top as a Model of Quantum Spin" (with M. Bozic and Z. Maric), Ann. of Physics, 214, 53-83 (1992).
467. “Path Integrals and Quantum Interference" (with S. Basri), Amer J. Physics, 60, 896-899 (1992).
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471. "On the Optimum set of Polarization Measurements for the Scattering of Two Identical Fermions to Determine the Helicity Amplitudes" (with T. Anders and W. Jachmann), Z. f. Phys. C 56, 516-563 (1992).
472. "Generalization of the Volkov Solutions for Relativistic Particles with Anomalous Magnetic Moments" (with A. T. Alan), Europhys. Letters, 17 (2) 119-122 (1992).
473. "On Some Mathematical Problems in the Evaluations of Fields Produced by Currents which are Generalized Functions" (with B. Blaive), J. Math Phys. 33, 2164-2168 (1992).
474. "Hydrogen Atom as an Antenna: Retarded Radiation Field and Spontaneous Emission" (with B. Blaive), Phys. Rev. A 45, 2810-2820 (1992).
475. "A Covariant Canonical Decomposition of the Bosonic and Spinning Extended Objects with Electric Charge" (with M. Pavsic), Int. J. Modern Phys. Letters A 7 1381-1389 (1992).
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479. "Particle-like Solutions of the Electromagnetic Field. An Extension of de Broglie's Ideas" (with A. J. Bracken), Found. of Phys. 22, 1267-1285, (1992).
480. "Band Structure for Neutral Magnetic Dipoles in a Spatially Periodic Magnetic Field: A Direct Spin Polarizer" (with J. P. Dowling), Phys. Rev. Lett 68, 3571-3574 (1992).
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482. "Theories of Extended Objects and Composite Models of Particles" in "Extended Objects and Bound Systems, edit. by O. Hara et al, World Scientific, (1992), p. 53-68.
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484. "More on Classical Radiation Reaction" Phys. Letters A, 169, 120-121 (1992).
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487. "Exact Strongly-Bound Solutions of the Classical Relativistic Two-Body Problem Due to Magnetic Interactions" (with G. Craig), Physica A 197, 275-283 (1993).
488. "On the Measurement of Time-Dependent Quantum Phases" (with M. Bozic, S. Klarsfed, Z. Maric), Phys. Rev. A 47, 2581-91 (1993).
489. "Space Reflections in the Dichotomic Magnetic Charge Model" (with Ya. M. Shnir and E. A. Tolkachev), J. Phys. A 26, L101—104 (1993).
490. "Spinors, the Dirac Formalism, and Correct Complex Conjugation" (with S. Basri), Intern. J. Mod. Physics A 8, 3631-3648 (1993).
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494. "New Approach to the Determination of Eigenvalues and Eigenfunctions for a Relativistic Two-Fermion Equation" (with A. J. Bracken, S. Romy, and N. Unal), J. Math. Phys. 34, 2089-2106 (1993).
495. "Radiation Reaction for the Classical Spinning Particles in Scalar, Tensor and Linearized Gravitational Fields" (with M. Cruz), Phys. Lett. B308, 247-252 (1993).
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497. "On the Dynamical Group of the System of Two Anyons with Coulomb Interactions" (with B. Roy and P. Roy), Physics Letters A172, 316-318 (1993).
498. "Dirac's Shell Model of the Electrons and the General Theory of Moving Relativistic Charged Membranes" (with M. Pavsic), Phys. Lett B306, 49-54 (1993).
499. "Localized" Tachyonic Solutions of the Wave Equation" (with H. C. Chandola), Phys. Lett. A180, 5-8 (1993).
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503. "Exact Solution of the Dirac Equation in Spatially Non-Flat Robertson-Walker Space Times II" (with L. P. Singh), Comm. in Theor. Physics,
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507. "Dynamical Groups and Supersymmetry II. Supersymmetric Aharonov-Bohm and Anyon Systems" (with P. Roy), Int. J. Modern Physics A8, 3507-3515 (1993).
508. "Suggestions for Unifying two Types of Quantized Redshift of Astronomical Bodies" (with M. Kokus), APEIRON, 16, 11-13 (1993).
509. "On Poisson Brackets and Symplectic Structures for the Classical and Quantum Zitterbewegung" (with N. Unal), Found. of Physics, 23, 1423 (1993).
510. "Elastic e-p Scattering with Pauli Coupling" (with A. Alan).Turkish Journ. of Physics 17, 553-557 (1993).
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526. "Essay: Heinrich Rudolph Hertz and the Unification of Mechanics and Electromagnetism" (Preface to the Italian Edition of Hertz's Prinzipien der Mechanik).
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532. "Dynamical Groups as an Independent Formulation of Relativistic Quantum Theory" "Dynamical Groups and Infinite Component Wave Equations" Fundam. Theories of Physics,
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Science and Developing Countries

Asım Orhan Barut | University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

It has been said that the developing countries really need engineers and technicians and not scientists in the frontiers of their fields. Yet many people from these countries are attracted by scientific curiosity and by the prospects of scientific achievement. And many choose such a carier when they can obtain the proper education or opportunity, in spite of the fact that their country can hardly offer them adequate working conditions for a lifelong development. I should like to argue that such cases should be encouraged rather than hindered and that there is an important place for a scientific community, however small, in every country. Furthermore, I shall point out some positive aspects, both national and international, of this problem.
The learning of the existing knowladge is much easier then the discovery of new knowladge. The scientific knowladge of today has been gradually build up, mainly in the western world, over a period of several centuries. The rest of the humanity need not, and must not repeat this whole process again.
Both science and technology have tendencies to spread and they are becoming a part of the culture of all countries. The technology is however always behind the scientific know-how, sometimes up to fifty years or more, and with an emphasis of technology alone one always remains behind the progress, that is always in a position to adopt what others already have created.
Some people may not be interested in knowladge for knowladge’s sake but only in applied knowladge for the benefit of society. Even here the problems of society may be solved in a quite different and better way with one’s own present day knowladge than with someone’s else knowledge of yesterday.
The scientific research is one endeavour of man which is becoming truly international. It is not done in one place or in one country. The communication between the scientists in all countries fast. The pace of progress, although mostly done in small steps, is enormous. The developing countries need strong universities and research centers to take part in this progress, to cultivate, assimilate and digest the knowladge. Without such places the young and interested scientists have no place to go but perhaps to other countries where there are such facilities. Without such places the bright young student would not dare to choose a carier as scientist where he will be, by his talent and incliuation, most happy and productive. Without such places the whole country has no place to turn for advice and conculatation in matter of science.
It may be difficult to start a scientific tradition. For young bright people will choose mostly a carier which has the most prestige in their society, or they will look up to a great man as their ideal and model. For example, since Enrico Fermi the Italian physics has developed itself into a very dynamic form. Many others have gone into physics because of great men like Einstein, Bohr and many others. In my own experience, when we finished high school in Turkey, the proper thing for those interested in physics and mathematics was to go into engineering which had the most prestige. Understandable because with a degree in physics all you could hope to do was to teach in a high school. And we did go into engineering, only to come back to science in a hard way mostly by self education. Strongly enough, almost all the young people in this category, and a great many people from other less developed countries that I have come to know since then, were more inclined and talented to abstract thinking and philosophy then in technical matters, building and working with machines, and so on. Perhaps because we were not brought up in a technical environment.
On the otjer hand the building of strong universities and centers of higher learning is relatively easier and inexpensive than the building of the new industries, specially in theoretical sciences through the contact and visits of scientists from all countries. I believe also that it is easier to develop the industrilization of a country with a strong scientific group to guide the new generation, although it may seem to some people that you must have industries first to do science.
The final test of scinetific endeavour is of course by experiment. There may be many possible worlds which one can constract by various hypotheses but only one actual physical world. Thus all postulates and hypotheses must at the end be verified, in all their conclusions, by experiment. Although experimental science is very important it must go hand in hand with theoretichal work which synthesizes, form new concepts, unifies and actually builds the knowladge. In some branches of sciences, as in modern high energy physics, the experimentalwork is very difficult and requires such immense machines and equipments that it is concentrated to a few gigantic centers, like CERN at Geneva, Brookhaven and Berkeley in U.S.A. and Dubna in Soviet Union, etc. On the other hand theoretical sciences can be developed away from thesecenters and it will givean opportunity to scientists from the developing countries, for example, to achieve important results and make fundamental contributions to the development of science. They need howeverto communicate and discuss their results, to keep in touch with what is going on in experimental and theoretical centers.
One other important point should be pointed out. That concerns the relation of teaching and research. The most effective advanced teaching is done by people who are engaged in active research. Teaching must not be static, it must continuously evolve with the evolution of science. The ideal combination of teaching and research is achieved in important American and European universities. It is the only way to build strong universities which can probably educate the new generations and be the storage place of knowledge.
A life dedicated to the research for and the discovery of truth is a noble one. It is human, objective and universal. It is a challenge to human intellect. The richness of nature is inimaginable; the beauty of its laws and forms unsurpassed. The spread of the scientific method and knowledge throughout the whole world can be one of the important factors which would bring all mankind together.