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Lecture Notes on Physics

- K. Hepp, Jrich, R. Jaffe, R. Kippenhahn, D. IRuelle
- PhysicsNature

THE author says in his preface that the book “may be supposed to represent the notes, somewhat expanded, which the teacher would desire the class to take down and learn.” If so, the “notes”before us… Expand

A New Extended Model of Hadrons

- A. Chodos, R. Jaffe, K. Johnson, C. Thorn, V. Weisskopf
- Physics
- 15 June 1974

We propose that a strongly interacting particle is a finite region of space to which fields are confined. The confinement is accomplished in a Lorentz-invariant way by endowing the finite region with… Expand

Pathways for solar photovoltaics

- J. Jean, Patrick R. Brown, R. Jaffe, T. Buonassisi, V. Bulović
- Engineering
- 2 April 2015

Solar energy is one of the few renewable, low-carbon resources with both the scalability and the technological maturity to meet ever-growing global demand for electricity. Among solar power… Expand

Masses and Other Parameters of the Light Hadrons

- T. DeGrand, R. Jaffe, K. Johnson, J. Kiskis
- Physics
- 1 October 1975

The masses and static parameters of the light hadrons (the pseudoscalar and vector meson nonets and the baryon octet and decuplet) are calculated using the bag model. The effects of quark kinetic… Expand

Scattering theory approach to electrodynamic Casimir forces

We give a comprehensive presentation of methods for calculating the Casimir force to arbitrary accuracy, for any number of objects, arbitrary shapes, susceptibility functions, and separations. The… Expand

The g1 problem: Deep inelastic electron scattering and the spin of the proton☆

- R. Jaffe, A. Manohar
- Physics
- 25 June 1990

Casimir effect and the quantum vacuum

- R. Jaffe
- Physics
- 21 March 2005

In discussions of the cosmological constant, the Casimir effect is often invoked as decisive evidence that the zero-point energies of quantum fields are ''real.'' On the contrary, Casimir effects can… Expand

Diquarks and exotic spectroscopy.

- R. Jaffe, F. Wilczek
- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 28 July 2003

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Casimir Interaction between a plate and a cylinder.

- T. Emig, R. Jaffe, M. Kardar, A. Scardicchio
- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 3 January 2006

We find the exact Casimir force between a plate and a cylinder, a geometry intermediate between parallel plates, where the force is known exactly, and the plate sphere, where it is known at large… Expand

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