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------------------------------------- SELECTED "MEMORABLE" PAPERS FROM THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS: E. U. Condon, "Where Do We Live? Reflections on Physical Units and the Universal Constants," 2 (2), 63-69 (1934). V. F. Weisskopf, "On the Theory of the Electric Resistance of Metals," 11 (1), 1-12 (1943). E. U. Condon and P. E. Condon, "Effect of Oscillations of the Case on the Rate of a Watch," 16 (1), 14-16 (1948). G. F. Pake, "Fundamentals of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Absorption 1," 18 (7), 438-452 (1950); "Fundamentals of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Absorption II," 18 (8), 473-486 (1950). J. H. Van Vleck, "Landmarks in the Theory of Magnetism," 18 (8),495-509 (1950). Herbert Goldstein, "The Classical Motion of a Rigid Charged Body in a Magnetic Field," 19 (2), 100-109 (1951). J. C. Slater, "The Electron Theory of Solids," 19 (6), 368-374 (1951). L. I. Schiff, "Quantum Effects in the Radiation from Accelerated Relativistic Electrons," 20 (8), 474-478 (1952). Kerson Huang, "On the Zitterbewegung of the Dirac Electron," 20 (8), ' 479-484 (1952). F. Keffer, H. Kaplan, and Y. Yafet, "Spin Waves in Ferromagnetic and Antiferromagnetic Materials," 21 (4), 250-257 (1953). F.M. Purcell, "Nuclear Magnetism," 22 (1), 1-8 (1954). H. G. Dehmelt, "Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance," 22(3), 110-120 (1954). C. Kittel, "The Effective Mass of Electrons in Crystals," 22 (5), 250-252 (1954). E. J. Zimmerman, "Numerical Coincidences in Microphysics and Cosmology," 23(31), 136-141 (1955). W. H. Furry, "Lorentz Transformation and the Thomas Precession," 21 (8), 517-525(1955). C. E. Chase, "Ultrasonic Propagation in Liquid Helium," 24 (3), 136-155(1956). E. C. Watson, "On the Relations Between Light and Electricity" (a translation of Reinrich Hertz's Heidelberg lecture of 1889), 25 (6), 335-343 (1957). E. M. Purcell, "Gravitation Torsion Balance," 25 (6), 393-394 (1957). Leonard Eisenbud, "On the Classical Laws of Motion," 26 (3), 144- 159 (1958). P. Morrison, "Approximate Nature of Physical Symmetrics," 26 (6), 358-368 (1958). Bela G. Kolossvary, "Eotvos Balance," 27 (5), 336-343 (1959). Leon N. Cooper, "Theory of Superconductivity," 28 (2), 91-101 (1960). R. H. Dicke, "Eotvos Experiment and the Gravitational Red Shift," 28 (4), 344-347 (1960). Gerald Holton, "On the Origins of the Special Theory of Relativity," 28 (7), 627-636 (1960). F. Rohrlich, "Self-Energy and the Stability of the Classical Electron," 28 (7), 639-643 (1960). P. W. Bridgman, "Significance of the Mach Principle," 29 (1), 32-36 (1961). Robert Weinstock, "Laws of Classical Motion. What's F? What's m? What's a?" 29 (10), 698-702 (1961). T. Gold, "The Arrow of Time," 30 (6), 403-410 (1962). Robert W. Brehme, "A Geometric Representation of Galilean and Lorentz Transformations," 30 (7), 489-496 (1962). David H. Frisch and James H. Smith, "Measurement of Relativistic Time Dilation Using u-Mesons," 31 (5), 342-355 (1963). R. H. Dicke, "Cosmology, Mach's Principle and Relativity," 31 (7), 500- 509 (1963). R. S. Shankland, "Michelson-Morley Experiment," 32 (1), 16-35 (1964). Philip Morrison, "Less May Be More," 32 (6), 441-457 (1964). A. L. Schawlow, "Measuring the Wavelength of Light with a Ruler," 33 (11), 922-923 (1965). Arthur Komar, "Foundations of Special Relativity and the Shape of the Big Dipper," 33 (12), 1024-1027 (1965). R. H. Romer, "Angular Momentum of Static Electromagnetic Fields," 34 (9), 772-778 (1966); "Electromagnetic Angular Momentum," 35 (5), 445-446(1967). A. Gamba, "Physical Quantities in Different Reference Systems According to Relativity," 35 (2), 83-89 (1967). Emerson M. Pugh and George E. Pugh, "Physical Significance of the Poynting Vector in Static Fields," 35 (2), 153-156 (1967). R. H. Dicke, "Gravitation and Cosmic Physics," 35 (7), 559-566 (1967). 0. L. Brill and B. Goodman, "Causality in the Coulomb Gauge," 35 (9), 832-837 (1967). Martin S. Tiersten, "Force, Momentum Change, and Motion," 37 (1), 82-87 (1969). W. H. Furry, "Examples of Momentum Distributions in the Electromagnetic Field and in Matter," 37 (6), 621-636 (1969). Gerald Holton, "Einstein and the 'Crucial' Experiment," 37 (10), 968-982 (1969) Herman Erlichson, "Aharonov-Bohm Effect and Quantum Effects on Charged Particles in Field-Free Regions," 38 (2), 162-173 (1970). F. 0. Schulz-DuBois, "Foucault Pendulum Experiment by Kamerlingh Onnes and Degenerate Perturbation Theory," 38 (2), 173-188 (1970). John Clarke, "The Josephson Effect and e/h," 38 (9), 1071-1095 (1970). Timothy H. Boyer, "Energy and Momentum in Electromagnetic Field for Charged Particles Moving with Constant Velocities," 39 (3), 257-270 (1971). Roger Y. Tsien, "Pictures of Dynamic Electric Fields," 40 (1), 46-56 (1972). S. Chandrasekhar, "On the 'Derivation' of Einstein's Field Equations," 40 (2), 224-234 (1972). Barry R. Holstein and Arthur R. Swift, "The Relativity Twins in Free Fall," 40 (5), 746-750 (1972). Henry Pierce Stapp, "The Copenhagen Interpretation," 40 (8), 1098-1116 (1972). N. Bloembergen, "The Concept of Temperature in Magnetism," 41 (3), 325-331 (1973). Julian Schwinger, "Precession Teats of General Relativity -- Source Theory Derivations," 42 (6), 307-510 (1974). Julian Schwinger, "Spin-Precession -- A Dynamical Discussion," 42 (6), 510-513 (1974). Allan Franklin, "Principle of inertia in the Middle Ages," 44 (6), 529-545 (1976). Hans C. Ohanian, "What is the principle of equivalence?" 45 (10), 903-909 (1977). Frederik J. Belinfante, "Can individual elementary particles have individual properties?" 46 (4), 329-336 (1978). Timothy H. Boyar, "Electrostatic potential energy leading to an inertial mass change for a system of two point charges," 46 (4), 383-385 (1978). E. J. Konopioski, "What the electromagnetic vector potential describes," 46 (5), 499-502 (1978). Sidney D. Drell, "When is a particle?" 46 (6), 597-606 (1978). Timothy H. Boyer, "Electrostatic potential energy leading to a gravitational mass change for a system of two point charges," 47 (2), 129-131(1979). Barry R. Holstein and Arthur R. Swift, "Elementary derivation of the radiation field from an accelerated charge," 49 (4), 346-347 (1981). P. C. Peters, "Where is the energy stored in a gravitational field?" 49(6), 564-569 (1981). Robert H. Romer, "Motion of a sphere on a tilted turntable," 49 (10), 985-986 (1981). H. Richard Crane, "Short Foucault pendulum. A way to eliminate the precesson due to ellipticity," 49 (11), 1004-1006 (1981). M. Danos, "Bohm-Aharonov effect. The quantum mechanics of the electrical transformer," 50 (1), 64-66 (1982). Frank S. Crawford, "Elementary derivation of the magnetic flux quantum," 50 (6), 514-516 (1982). Robert Weinstock, "Dismantling a centuries-old myth: Newton's Principia and inverse-square orbits," 50 (7), 610-617 (1982). Frank S. Crawford, "Superball and time-reversal invariance," 50 (9), 856 (1982). Robert C. Hilborn, "Einstein coefficients, cross sections, f values, dipole moments, and all that," 50 (11). 982-986 (1982). Allen I. Janis, "Simultaneity and special relativistic kinematics," 51 (3), 209-2l3 (1983). Hans C. Ohanian, "On the approach to electro- and magnetostatic equilibrium," 51 (11), 1020-1022 (1983). N. David Mermin, "Relativity without light," 52 (2), 119-124 (1984). Timothy H. Boyer, "Lorentz-transformation properties for energy and momentum in electromagnetic systems," 53 (2), 167-171 (1985). Tyler A. Abbott and David J. Griffiths, "Acceleration without radiation," 53 (12), 1203-1211 (1985). Victor F. Weisskopf, "Search for Simplicity: Maxwell, Rayleigh, and Mt. Everest," 54 (1), 13-14 (1986). M. W. P. Strandberg, "Special relativity completed: The source of some 2s in the magnitude of physical phenomena," 54 (4), 321-331 (1986). Hans C. Ohanian, "What is spin?" 54 (6), 500-505 (1986). L. Lederman, "Unification, grand unification, and the unity of physics," 54 (7), 594-600 (1986). E. T. Osypowski and M. G. Olason, "lsynchronous motion in classical mechanics," 55 (8), 720-725 (1987). W. M. Saslow, "Electromechanical implications of Faraday's law: A problem collection," 55 (11), 986-993 (1987). Michael S. Morris and Kip S. Thorne, "Wormholes in spacetime and their use for interstellar travel: A tool for teaching general relativity," 56 (5), 395-412 (1988). Mark A. Heald, "Energy flow in circuits with Faraday emf," 56 (6), 540-547 (1988). N. David Mermin, "The amazing many colored relativity engine," 56 (7), 600-6l1 (1988). Timothy H. Bayer, "The force on a magnetic dipole," 56 (8), 688-692 (1988). A. R. Janah, T. Padmanabhan, and T. P. Singh, "On Feynman's formula for the electromagnetic field of an arbitrarily moving charge," 56 (11), 1036-1038 (1988). Harold S. Zapolsky, "On electric fields produced by steady currents," 56 (12), 1137-1141 (1988). M. Kugler, "Motion in noninertial systems: theory and demonstrations," 57 (3), 247-251 (1989). W. Zimmermann, Jr., "A wave-packet description of the motion of a charged particle in a uniform magnetic field," 57 (7), 593-598 (1989). Ray Skinner and John A. Weil, "An introduction to generalized functions and their application to static electromagnetic point dipoles, including hyperfine interactions," 57 (9), 777-791 (1989). S. Washburn, "Conductance fluctuations in loops of gold," 57 (12) 1069-1078 (1989). Hans Dehmelt, "Less is more. Experiments with an individual atomic particle at rest in free space," 58 (1), 17-27 (1990). Robert J. Birgenau, "Novel magnetic phenomena and high-temperature superconductivity in lamellar copper oxides," 58 (1), 28-4O (1990). Freeman J. Dyson, "Feynman's proof of the Maxwell equations," 58 (3), 209-211(1990). See also comments by Norman Dombey, Robert W. Brehme, James L. Anderson, and I. E. Farquhar, 59(l), 85-87 (1991). Cyrus S. MacLatchy and Hugh A. Chipman, "A dynamic method of measuring the charge induced on a conductor," 58 (9), 811-816 (1990). G. Matteucci, "Electron wavelike behavior: A historical and experimental introduction," 58(12), 1143-1147 (1990). -------------------------------------------------------------------- SELECTED ARTICLES FROM APEIRON MAGAZINE. Apeiron Magazine (apeiron@aei.ca) 4405 St-Dominique Montreal, Quebec H2W 2B2 Canada. Apeiron Number 1 (September 1987) * Henrik Broberg (Stockholm) Ð Particle Mass in a Cosmological Perspective * Toivo Jaakkola (University of Helsinki Observatory) Ð Mach s Principle and Properties of Local Structure Apeiron Number 2 (February 1988) * Jean-Claude Pecker/Jean-Pierre Vigier (University of Paris) Ð A Possible Tired-Light Mechanism Apeiron Number 3 (August 1988) * D.F. Roscoe (University of Sheffield) Ð Gravitation as an Inertial Process * Amitabha Ghosh (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur) Ð Velocity-Dependent Inertial Induction: A Case for Experimental Observation Apeiron Number 5 (Fall 1989) * S.V.M. Clube (University of Oxford) Ð Lorentzian Gravity and Cosmology Apeiron Number 8 (Autumn 1990) * Jacques Trempe (Montreal, Quebec) Ð Laws of Light Propagation in Galilean Space-Time * Thomas E. Phipps Jr. (Urbana, Illinois) Ð Weber-type Laws of Action-at-a-Distance in Modern Physics Apeiron Numbers 9-10 (Winter-Spring 1991) * S.V.M. Clube (Astrophysics Department, Oxford University) Ð Mass Inflation as a Recurring Property of Matter in Astrophysical Situations * Amitabha Ghosh (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur) Ð Velocity Dependent Inertial Induction: A Possible Tired-Light Mechanism * David Roscoe (Department of Applied Mathematics, Sheffield University) Ð Gravity out of Inertia * Henrik Broberg (Djursholm, Sweden) Ð Mass, Energy, Space * Toivo Jaakkola (University Observatory, Helsinki) Ð Electrogravitational Coupling: Empirical and Theoretical Arguments Apeiron Number 12 (February 1992) * Zaman Akil (Kuwait City) Ð On the Constant of Gravitation * AndrŽ K.T. Assis (State University of Campinas, Brazil) Ð On Hubble's Law of Redshift, Olbers' Paradox and the Cosmic Background Radiation * S.C. Tiwari (Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India) Ð The Nature of Time Apeiron Number 13 (June 1992) * AndrŽ K.T. Assis (State University of Campinas, Brazil) Ð On the Absorption of Gravity * D.F. Roscoe (University of Sheffield) Ð The Equivalence Principle as a Consequence of the Third Law * Joop F. Nieland (Arles sur Tech, France) Ð Vacuum Refraction Theory of Gravitation * H.E. Wilhelm (University of Utah) Ð Explanation of Anomalous Unipolar Induction in Corotating Conductor-Magnet Arrangements by Galilean Electrodynamics Apeiron Number 14 (September 1992) * Thomas E. Phipps Jr. (Urbana, Illinois) Ð Lorentz Contraction of the Coulomb Field: An Experimental Proposal * Peter Huber (Germanistisches Seminar, Heidelberg University) Ð Does the Velocity of Light Decrease? Apeiron Number 15 (February 1993) * H.E. Wilhelm (University of Utah) Ð Galilei Covariant Electrodynamics of Moving Media with Applictions to the Experiments of Fizeau and Hoek * S.X.K. Howusu (University of Jos, Nigeria) Ð The Confrontation between Relativity and the Principle of Reciprocal Action * Henrik Broberg (Norwegian Telecom, Oslo) Ð On the Kinetic Origin of Mass Aperion Number 16 (June 1993) * C.I. Mocanu (Polytechnical Institute of Bucharest, Romania) Ð Is Thomas Rotation a Paradox? * Zu Shaozhi and Xu Xiangqun (Beijing Control Device Research Institute) Ð On the Relativity of Simultaneity * Martin Kokus (Hopewell, PA) and A.O. Barut, University of Colorado) Ð Suggestion for Unifying Two Types of Quantized Redshift of Astronomical Bodies Apeiron Number 17 (October 1993) * Thomas E. Phipps Jr. (Urbana, Illinois) Ð Ampere Tension and Newton's Laws * S.X.K. Howusu (University of Jos, Nigeria) Ð General Mechanics of a Photon in the Gravitational Field of a Stationary Homogeneous Spherical Body Apeiron Number 18 (February 1994) * Toivo Jaakkola (Tuorla Observatory, Turku, Finland) Ð Radiative and Dynamical Implications of Electrogravity * Peter Huber (Heidelberg University) Ð The Cosmological Redshift as a Virtual Effect of Gravitation * H.E. Wilhelm (University of Utah) Ð Fitzgerald Contraction, Larmor Dilation, Lorentz Force, Particle Mass and Energy as Invariants of Galilean Electrodynamics * Adolphe Martin (Longueuil, Quebec) Ð Einstein to Galilean Relativity Apeiron Number 19 (June 1994) * S.H. Kim (University of Texas at Arlington) Ð A Non-Lorentzian Force Stronger than the Lorentz Force * Constantin Antonopoulos (National Technological University of Athens) Ð The Semantics of Absolute Space * P. Graneau (Northeastern University, Arlington) and A.K.T. Assis (University of Campinas, Brazil) Ð Kirchhoff on the Motion of Electricity in Conductors * Peter F. Browne (University of Manchester) Ð Newtonian Cosmology with Renormalized Zero-Point Radiation Apeiron Number 20 (October 1994) * V.A. Kuligin, G.A. Kuligina and M.V. Korneva (University of Voronezh, Russia) Ð Epistemology and Special Relativity * G. Galeczki (University of Kšln) Ð Physical Laws and the Theory of Special Relativity * T. Chang (University of Alabama, Huntsville) Ð A Formulation of the Gravitational Equation of Motion Aperion Volume 2, Number 1 (January 1995) * Paul Marmet (University of Ottawa) Ð Origin of the 3 K Radiation * Wen-Xiu Li (University of Science and Technology of China) Ð On the Relativity of Lengths and Times Apeiron Volume 2, Number 2 (April 1995) * Amitabha Ghosh (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur) Ð Dynamical Inertial Induction and the Potential Energy Problem * Halton C. Arp (Max-Planck-Institut fŸr Astrophysik) Ð New Light on Redshift Periodicities Apeiron Volume 2, Number 3 (July 1995) * P.F. Browne (University of Manchester ) Ð de Sitter Cosmology Reinterpreted ------------------------------------------------------------------- ---End of Page 17--- -------------------------------------------------------------------Back to Main Links Page To Stirniman AG Bibliography - Page 18