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Quantum Theory
An Analysis of the Quantum States of the Deuteron Using Methods Derived from the Old Quantum Physics of Niels Bohr
A Generalization of Bohr's Analysis to Any Central Force Field for the Relativistic Case
A Relativistic Model of the Deuteron Based Upon Bohr's Analysis
The Bohr-Sommerfeld Model and Nuclear Quantification
Niels Bohr's Analysis of the Quantum States of an Electron in an Atom
The Generalization of Bohr's Analysis of the Quantization of Angular Momentum to Any Central Force Field
A Relativistic Bohr Model of Hydrogen-like Atoms
The Aharonov-Bohm Effect
Quantization in a Central Force Field
Quantization in a Central Force Field, Revised Version
The De Broglie Wavelength of Electrons
The Interaction of Electrons Intermediated by Phonons
Nuclear Structure
General
Models of Nuclear Structure
The Shell Model of Nuclear Structure
The Semiempirical Mass Formula
The Physics of the Deuteron
Mass Deficits (Binding Energies)
An Explanation for the Binding Energies of the Helium 4 (alpha particle), the Hydrogen 2 (deuteron) and Hydrogen 3 (triteron) nuclides
The Incremental Binding Energy of Small Nuclides
The Increment in Binding Energy Due to the Formation of Nucleon Pairs
The Quantum Mechanics of Systems of Two Nucleonic Clusters: The General Case
The Quantum Mechanics of Systems of Nucleonic Clusters
The Structures and Binding Energies of the Triteron (H3) and He3 Nuclides
The Incremental Binding Energy Profiles for Some Heavy Elements
The Binding Energies of the Nuclides with Protons in the 83 to 126 Shell and Neutrons in the 127 to 184 Shell
The Binding Energies of the Nuclides with Protons in the 15 to 28 Proton Shell and Neutrons in the 15 to 28 Neutron Shell
The Binding Energies of the Nuclides with Protons in the 83 to 126 Proton Shell and Neutrons in the 83 to 126 Neutron Shell
The Binding Energies of the Nuclides with 51 to 82 Neutrons and 51 to 82 Protons
The Binding Energies of the Nuclides with 29 to 50 Neutrons and 29 to 50 Protons
Models of Neutron and Proton Shells and Their Statistical Performance Explaining Binding Energies
An Alpha Particle Version of the Nuclear Shell Model and Its Statistical Performance Explaining Binding Energies
The Forces Between Protons at Nuclear Distances
The Effect of Autocorrelated Heat Flows on the Spectrum of Temperature
The Enigma of the Mass Deficits of Nuclei
The Binding Energies of Integral Alpha Particle Nuclides
The Analysis of the Impact of Additional Neutrons on the Binding Energy of Nuclides and the Matter of Magic Numbers, Part 2
The Statistical Explanation of the Excess Binding Energy of Nuclides, Version 1
The Statistical Explanation of the Excess Binding Energy of Nuclides, Version 0
The Determination of the Mass of a Neutron
The Source of Binding Energy in Nuclides
The Effect of a Neutron Pair on the Excess Binding Energy of Nuclides
The Effect of a Proton-Neutron Pair on the Excess Binding Energy of Nuclides
Further Investigation of Alpha Particle Substructures in Nuclei, Part II
The Radii of Atomic and Nuclear Shells and the Form of the Relationship Between Incremental Binding Energy and the Number of Neutrons in Nuclides
The Drop in the Incremental Increases in Binding Energy of Nuclides at the Magic Numbers of Neutrons
Quantitative Analysis of Relationships Concerning Binding Energy and Number of Neutrons in Nuclides for the Various Nuclear Shells
Quantitative Analysis of Relationships Concerning Binding Energy and Number of Neutrons for the 50-t0-82 Neutron Shell
A Preliminary Investigation of Nuclear Properties Based Upon a Model of Shell Occupancy
The Number 126 as a Magic Number for Neutrons
The Analysis of the Impact of Additional Neutrons on the Binding Energy of Nuclides and the Matter of Magic Numbers, Part 2
Quantitative Analysis of Relationships Concerning Binding Energy and Number of Neutrons in Nuclides
A Preliminary Investigation of Nuclear Properties Based Upon a Model of Shell Occupancy
The Relationship Between the Incremental Binding Energy and the Number of Additional Neutrons in a Nuclide
The Analysis of the Impact of Additional Neutrons on the Binding Energy of Nuclides and the Matter of Magic Numbers
Estimation of the Binding Energies of a Neutron Pair and a Neutron Quartet
The Special Significance of the Neutron Number 42 in Nuclear Structure
The Pattern of the Impact of Additional Neutrons on Binding Energies of Nuclides
The Differential Impact of Additional Protons and Neutrons on the Binding Energy of Nuclides
Evidence for Alpha Particle Substructures in Nuclei
The Net Effect on Binding Energy of the Addition or Subtraction of a Proton or Neutron from Integral Alpha Particle Nuclides
The Effect on Binding Energy of the Addition of a Proton/Neutron Pair to Integral Alpha Particle Nuclides
A Model of Negative Mass
Excess Binding Energies of Nuclides Based Upon a Model of Alpha Particle Substructures of Nuclei
The Effect on Binding Energy of the Addition of Four-Nucleon Combinations to Alpha Nuclides
The Statistical Estimation of the Parmeters of the Binding Energy Functions for Nuclides
The Structural Binding Energies of Nuclides
and the Effects of Additional Neutrons
The Effect of a Proton-Neutron Pair on the Excess Binding Energy of Nuclides version 2
The Structural Binding Energies of Nuclides and the Effects of Additional Neutrons (Version 2)
The Structural Binding Energies of Alpha Nuclides and the Statistical Explanation of the Binding Energies of All Nuclides
Estimates of the Binding Energies of Nucleon Pairs
The Specification of a Statistical Function for the Binding Energies of Nuclides
Binding Energies of Mirror Nuclides
The Formation of Alpha Particle and Other Substructures in Nuclei
The Effect on Binding Energy of Additional Nucleon Pairs to Alpha Nuclides
A Shell Occupancy Model of Incremental Binding Energies of Nuclides
The Effect of the Electrostatic Force in Nuclear Structure
The Uncertainty of Binding Energies
Bonds and Binding Energies of Small Nuclides
Nuclear Force
Yukawa's Mesons
Studies in the Nuclear Force that Holds Nucleons Together
The Nuclear Force and Its Potential Compared to the Electrostatic Force and Potential
The Forces Between Protons at Nuclear Distances
The Deuteron, the Virial Theorem and the Allocation of Potential Energy Loss Between Increased Kinetic Energy and Energy of Photon Emission
Spectroscopy
The Relativistic Bohr Model of Hydrogen
A Relativistic Bohr Model of Hydrogen-like Atoms
The Absorption Spectra of Gases
Coherence in Stimulated Emission
Brillouin Zones
The Bloch Theorem
Solid State Physics
The Heat Capacities of Solids
Lower Dimension Quantum Devices
Gallium Nitride Laser
Particle Physics
Subatomic Particles
The Voigt Profile for Spectral Line Shapes
Magnetism
Diamagnetism
Magnetization of Thin Films and Multilayers
The Effect of Magnetic Fields on the Resistance of a Conductor
Metallic Magnetic Superlattices
Optics
Absorber Dispersion and the Absorption of Radiation
The Abbe Sine Condition in Optics
The Aberrations of a Spherical Lens
The Refraction of Light at the Interface of Materials
The Perceptive Efficiency of the Human Eye as a Function of Wavelength
Biomechanics
D'Arcy Thompson's Scaling Argument on Jumping Heights of Creatures
The Dynamics of the Flapping of a Wing
Biomechanics
Relativity
Relativistic Mechanics
Mathematical Physics
The Virial Theorem: Its Explanation, Proof, Application and Limitations
The Trajectory of a Nucleon in a Nuclear Force Field
The Relativistic Formulas for Linear and Anglular Momenta
On The Reduction of a Distributed Force to a Point Force
The Time Path of a Body Falling Under the Force of Central Gravitational Attraction
The Elastic Collision of Spheres
The Reduction of a Two-Body Central Force Problem to a One-Body Problem
The Nature of Spinors
The Variety of Vector and Tensor Types
Symmetry Group Structures of Crystals
The Nature of Clebsch-Gordan Coefficients
The Internal Dynamics of Two Particle Systems
Miscellaneous Physics
An Investigation of the Empirical Relationships for the Ionization Potentials
The Ionization Potentials and Shielding of the First Five Electrons in the Fourth Shell
The Ionization Potentials and Shielding of the Eight Electrons in the Third Shell
The Ionization Potentials and Shielding of the Eight Electrons in the Second Shell
The Ionization Potentials and Shielding of the First Two Electrons in the Third Shell
The Ionization Potentials and Shielding of Electrons in the Second Shell
The Ionization Potentials and Shielding of Electrons in the First Shell
Further Investigation of the Ionization Potentials of Atoms and Atomic Ions
The Explanation of the Ionization Potentials of Atoms and Atomic Ions
The Early Forms of the Steam Engine
Carbon Nanotubes
The Speed of Sound
Analysis of Belt Drives
Kepler's Law and the Bode-Titius Rule Concerning Planetary Distances
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