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Edge Absorption Theory in Semiconductors
A theoretical explanation is given for anomalously high intensity of absorption edge bands related to defects.
The False Images of Science
(Curtis Publishing Company, 1960)
Atom—Atom Collision Processes in Astrophysics: Theoretical Studies
(American Physical Society (APS), 1967)
Theoretical studies of atom-atom collision processes which may be relevant to the interpretation of astrophysical phenomena are reviewed. Work on excitation, ionization, and electron capture in atomic hydrogen by fast ...
Resource Letter SRT 1 on Special Relativity Theory
(American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), 1962-06)
Mach, Einstein, and the Search for Reality
(MIT Press, 1968)
Einstein and the “Crucial” Experiment
(American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), 1969-10)
This paper was presented on 5 February 1969 at a joint symposium of the AAPT and APS on the history and philosophy of physics, held during the AAPT-APS annual meeting.
Dipole Properties of Molecular Hydrogen
(AIP Publishing, 1969)
Experimental data on electron scattering, optical refractivity, and molecular anisotropy are used to construct a model dipole spectrum for molecular hydrogen which is consistent with oscillator‐strength sum rules. The model ...