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It is shown that the Tomonaga method for obtaining an intermediate coupling approximation in meson theory can be formulated very simply and will in general give accurate results in the limits of weak and strong coupling. The problem of nuclear forces in the charged scalar theory is studied. The...
Mean free path and electron density are calculated from measurements on the complex conductivity of a discharge. Formulas based on two alternative assumptions are tested against experimental facts; one is constancy of mean free path (independence of electron velocity), the other is constancy of...
A theory is developed for the contribution to the coercive force of iron of randomly distributed non-magnetic inclusions. Two contributing effects are examined: (1) the surface tension effect, and (2) the effect of internal magnetic poles. It is found that the coercive force depends both on the...
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