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The Uncertainty Relation Between Energy and Time in Non-relativistic Quantum Mechanics
An uncertainty relation between energy and time having a simple physical meaning is rigorously deduced from the principles of quantum mechanics. Some examples of its application are discussed.
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Coherent visible radiation of fast electrons passing through matter
In 1934 P. A. Cerenkov has discovered a peculiar phenomenon, whicd he has since investigated in detail (1). All liquids and solids if bombarded by fast electrons, such as β-electrons or ComptonExpand
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3d Higher-spin Gauge Theories with Matter †
This paper is a letter-type version of hep-th/9806236. We discuss properties of non-linear equations of motion which describe higher-spin gauge interactions for massive spin-0 and spin-1/2 matterExpand
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We review the theory of higher-spin gauge fields in four and three space-time dimensions and present some new results on higher-spin gauge interactions of matter fields in two dimensions.
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Histopathology and Immunocytochemistry of Lymph Node Biopsies in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and Immunocytoma.
When lymph node biopsies of lymphocytic neoplasms are studied with subtle morphological and immunohistochemical methods meaningful information is obtained, that is not only of theoretical value, butExpand
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Relativistic Interaction of Elementary Particles
Relativistic equations determining stationary states of interacting particles are derived. Only terms of the second order of the interaction constant are considered, but no restriction about theExpand
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A generating formulation for free higher spin massless fields
An action describing the dynamics of an infinite collection of massless integer spin fields with spin s = 0, 1, 2, 3, ..., ∞ corresponding to totally symmetric Young tableaux representations ofExpand
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Radiation Emitted by Uniformly Moving Electrons
If the velocity of an electron traversing a ponderable medium exceeds the velocity of light in the medium the electron emits a coherent radiation even if it moves with a constant velocity. Frank andExpand
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General Characteristics of Vavilov-Cherenkov Radiation.
  • I. Tamm
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Science
  • 22 January 1960
The theory of radiation moving at superlight velocities is explained and fundamental equations which describe the general characteristics of the radiation are given. The energy losses of a chargedExpand
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Higher Spin Gauge Theories in Various Dimensions
Properties of nonlinear higher spin gauge theories of totally symmetric mass-less higher spin fields in anti-de Sitter space of any dimension are discussed with the emphasize on the general aspectsExpand
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