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The Boltzmann equation an d the one-fluid hydromagnetic equations in the absence of particle collisions

- G. Chew, M. Goldberger, F. Low
- Physics
- Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
- 10 July 1956

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 hydromagnetic… Expand

1,051 40

Relativistic dispersion relation approach to photomeson production

- G. Chew, M. Goldberger, F. Low, Y. Nambu
- Physics
- 15 June 1957

Relativistic dispersion relations for photomeson production, analogous to the pion-nucleon scattering dispersion relations, are formulated without proof. The assumption that the 33 resonance… Expand

587 9

The formal theory of scattering

- M. Gell-Mann, M. Goldberger
- Physics
- 15 July 1953

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. The… Expand

418 4

The bound states of weakly coupled long-range one-dimensional quantum hamiltonians

- R. Blankenbecler, M. Goldberger, B. Simon
- Physics
- 22 September 1977

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 that… Expand

78 3- PDF

Form Factors in Decay and Capture

- M. Goldberger, S. Treiman
- Physics, Mathematics
- 1 March 1958

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-matrix… Expand

69 3

Scattering of Low-Energy Photons by Particles of Spin ½

- M. Gell-Mann, M. Goldberger
- Physics
- 1 December 1954

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 in… Expand

339 2- PDF

DECAY OF THE Pi MESON

- M. Goldberger, S. Treiman
- Physics
- 1 March 1956

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 a… Expand

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Theory of the refraction and the diffraction of neutrons by crystals

- M. Goldberger, F. Seitz
- Physics
- 1 March 1947

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 and… Expand

129 1

Use of intensity correlations to determine the phase of a scattering amplitude

- M. Goldberger, H. Lewis, K. Watson
- Physics
- 15 December 1963

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 idea… Expand

44 1

Energy level displacements in pi mesonic atoms

- S. Deser, M. Goldberger, K. Baumann, W. Thirring
- Physics
- 1 November 1954

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 the… Expand

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