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On relativistic wave equations for particles of arbitrary spin in an electromagnetic field
The investigations of Dirac (1936) on relativistic wave equations for particles with arbitrary spin have recently been followed up by one of us (Fierz, 1939, referred to as (A)) It was there foundExpand
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Theory of Relativity
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Theory Of Relativity
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General Principles of Quantum Mechanics
I The Uncertainty Principle and Complementarity.- 1. The Uncertainty Principle and Complementarity.- 2. The Measurement of Position and Momentum.- II Schrodinger Equation and Operator Calculus.- 3.Expand
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The Connection Between Spin and Statistics
In the following paper we conclude for the relativistically invariant wave equation for free particles: From postulate (I), according to which the energy must be positive, the necessity ofExpand
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On Dirac's New Method of Field Quantization
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Atom and Archetype: The Pauli/Jung Letters, 1932-1958
Chronologies of the Lives of C. G. Jung and Wolfgang Pauli vii Lexicon of Terms in Psychology and Physics xvii Jung and Pauli: A Meeting of Rare Minds, by Beverley Zabriskie xxvii Translator's NoteExpand
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On the Invariant regularization in relativistic quantum theory
The formal method of regularization of mathematical expressions of sums of products of different types of $\ensuremath{\delta}$-functions is first applied to the example of vacuum polarization. It isExpand
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Exclusion Principle And Quantum Mechanics
The history of the discovery of the exclusion principle, for which I have received the honor of the Nobel Prize award in the year 1945, goes back to my student days in Munich. While, in school inExpand
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