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Duality and Hadrodynamics
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SCALAR FIELDS COUPLED TO THE TRACE OF THE ENERGY--MOMENTUM TENSOR.
The coupling of a scalar-meson field to the trace of the energy-momentum tensor is formulated in terms of a nonpolynomial interaction Lagrangian. Quantization and applications are discussed.
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POSSIBLE EXISTENCE OF A HEAVY NEUTRAL MESON
In an attempt to account for the charge distributions of the proton and the neutron as indicated by the electron scattering experiments,' we would like to consider the possibility that there may be aExpand
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Quantum Electrodynamics in Nonlinear Gauge
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From BCS to NJL ‐An Old Story Retold‐
I will give a historical overview of how the BCS theory has come to be transplanted to particle physics and has helped to solve its problems.
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A Note on the Eigenvalue Problem in Crystal Statistics.
mathematical theory of order-disorder transition. The problem of determining the partition function for a lattice with simple interaction model was found, by severai authors,!) to be reduced to anExpand
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Dispersion relations for nucleon-nucleon scattering
Abstract Dispersion relations for nucleon-nucleon scattering are presented. The general case of nonforward scattering is treated, although the majority of the discussion is confined to the limitingExpand
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Application of Dispersion Relations to Low-Energy Meson-Nucleon Scattering
Relativistic dispersion relations are used to derive equations for low-energy S-, P-, and D-wave meson-nucleon scattering under the assumption that the (3,3) resonance dominates the dispersionExpand
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