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The Boltzmann equation an d the one-fluid hydromagnetic equations in the absence of particle collisions
Starting from the Boltzmann equation for a completely ionized dilute gas with no interparticle collision term but a strong Lorentz force, an attempt is made to obtain one-fluid hydromagneticExpand
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Relativistic dispersion relation approach to photomeson production
Relativistic dispersion relations for photomeson production, analogous to the pion-nucleon scattering dispersion relations, are formulated without proof. The assumption that the 33 resonanceExpand
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The formal theory of scattering
The theory of scattering is developed from first principles with strict attention to the question of the preparation of the state vector of the system appropriate to a description of scattering. TheExpand
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The bound states of weakly coupled long-range one-dimensional quantum hamiltonians
Abstract We study the small λ behavior of the ground state energy, E ( λ ), of the Hamiltonian −( d 2 dx 2 ) + λV(x) . In particular, if V ( x ) ∼ − ax −2 at infinity and if 69-1, we prove thatExpand
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Form Factors in Decay and Capture
We suppose that β decay and μ capture are described by a universal vector and axial vector Lagrangian and we consider, via dispersion relation techniques, the properties of the corresponding S-matrixExpand
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Scattering of Low-Energy Photons by Particles of Spin ½
The first two terms in a frequency expansion of the photon scattering amplitude are considered in the case where the scatterer is a particle of spin ½. It is shown that an exact calculation inExpand
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A quantitative study of π→μ+ν decay is presented using the techniques of dispersion theory. The discussion is based on a model in which the decay occurs through pion disintegration into aExpand
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Theory of the refraction and the diffraction of neutrons by crystals
The equations for the elastic scattering of neutrons by a single crystal, governing simple refraction, reflection, and Laue-Bragg scattering, are derived under the assumption that the scattering andExpand
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Use of intensity correlations to determine the phase of a scattering amplitude
A new technique is described for observing scattered particles in a scattering experiment. This involves a measurement of the correlated counting rates of two detectors and is based on an ideaExpand
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Energy level displacements in pi mesonic atoms
The energy level shifts and level widths of the s states of the π-mesonic atoms are discussed. The discussion is limited to fairly light nuclei. On the basis of Orear's determination of theExpand
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