Ettore Majorana : notes on theoretical physics

  title={Ettore Majorana : notes on theoretical physics},
  author={E. Majorana and Salvatore Esposito and Alwyn van der Merwe and Erasmo Recami},
Volumetto I.- Volumetto II.- Volumetto III.- Volumetto IV.- Volumetto V.- Selected facsimile pages. 

The scientific work of Ettore Majorana: An introduction

A Brief bibliography of the scientific work of Ettore Majorana has been discussed. c © Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics. All rights reserved.

Ettore Majorana’s Course on Theoretical Physics: A Recent Discovery

We analyze in some detail the course that Ettore Majorana gave on theoretical physics at the University of Naples between January and March 1938, just prior to his mysterious disappearance. We

Ettore Majorana : unpublished research notes on theoretical physics

I.- Dirac Theory.- Quantum Electrodynamics.- II.- Atomic Physics.- Molecular Physics.- Statistical Mechanics.- III.- The Theory of Scattering.- Nuclear Physics.- IV.- Classical Physics.- Mathematical

Again on Majorana and the Thomas-Fermi model: a comment to physics/0511222

We comment on a recent paper announcing the discovery of a previously unknown publication of Ettore Majorana on the Thomas-Fermi atomic model. In pointing out that such a publication was not written

Il corso di Fisica teorica di Ettore Majorana: il ritrovamento del Documento Moreno

We analyze in some detail the course of Theoretical Physics held by Ettore Majorana at the University of Naples in 1938, just before his mysterious disappearance. In particular we give an account of

Preliminary notes for the inaugural lecture

In this first introductory lecture I will briefly discuss the aims of modern physics and the significance of its methods, with particular emphasis on their most unexpected and original aspects with

Following Weyl on Quantum Mechanics: The Contribution of Ettore Majorana

After a quick historical account of the introduction of the group-theoretical description of quantum mechanics in terms of symmetries, as proposed by Weyl, we examine some unpublished papers by

A peculiar lecture by Ettore Majorana

We give, for the first time, the English translation of a manuscript by Ettore Majorana, which probably corresponds to the text for a seminar lecture delivered at the University of Naples in 1938,

Colloquium : Ettore Majorana and the birth of autoionization

In some of the first applications of modern quantum mechanics to the spectroscopy of many-electron atoms, Ettore Majorana in 1931 solved several outstanding problems by developing the theory of



Topological Effects in Quantum Mechanics

Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Vector Potentials of Static Solenoids. 3. Electromagnetic Properties of Static Solenoids. 4. Interaction of Magnetisations with an External Electromagnetic Field and a

Theory of high-temperature superconductivity.

  • Gersten
  • Physics
    Physical review. B, Condensed matter
  • 1988
A theory for high-temperature superconductivity is developed based on a hydrodynamic approximation to the many-body problem using Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer theory to derive an expression for the transition temperature.

Fundamentals of Finslerian diffusion with applications

Introduction. 1. Finsler Spaces. 2. Introduction to Stochastic Calculus on Manifolds. 3. Stochastic Development on Finsler Spaces. 4. Volterra-Hamilton Systems of Finsler Type. 5. Finslerian

The Geometry of Higher-Order Hamilton Spaces: Applications to Hamiltonian Mechanics

1 Geometry of the k-Tangent Bundle TkM.- 1.1 The Category of k-Accelerations Bundles.- 1.2 Liouville Vector Fields. k-Semisprays.- 1.3 Nonlinear Connections.- 1.4 The Dual Coefficients of a Nonlinear

Gravitation and Cosmology: From the Hubble Radius to the Planck Scale

GRAVITATION AND COSMOLOGY FROM THE HUBBLE RADIUS TO THE PLANCK SCALE PROCEEDINGS OF A SYMPOSIUM IN PDF Are you looking for gravitation and cosmology from the hubble radius to the planck scale

Maximum Entropy, Information Without Probability and Complex Fractals: Classical and Quantum Approach

Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Summary of Information Theory. 3. Path Entropies of Non Random Functions. 4. Path Entropies of Random Functions and of Non-Random Distributed Functions. 5. Quantum

I remember exactly these words that Fermi spoke: 'If a problem has already been proposed, no one in the world can resolve it better than Majorana.'

  • (Pontecorvo,
  • 1972