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Data telemetered continuously from photon counters in a V-2 rocket, which rose to 150 km at 10:00 A.M. on September 29, 1949, showed solar 8A x-rays above 87 km, and ultraviolet light around 1200A and 1500A above 70 km and 95 km, respectively. The results indicated that solar soft x-rays are...
In this paper we have considered certain problems which arise when one attempts to cast a covariant field theory into a canonical form. Because of the invariance properties of the theory, certain identities exist between the canonical field variables. To insure that the canonical theory is...
An experimental determination of the ratio of the precession frequency of the proton, ω p = μ p H 0 , to the cyclotron frequency, ω e = e H 0 mc of a free electron in the same magnetic field has been carried out. The result, ω p ω e , is the magnitude of the proton magnetic moment, μ p , in...
The theory of the electron developed by Bopp, Hönl, and the author is discussed in relation to the relativistic wave equation of Gelfand and Yaglom, with particular regard to the infinite, hermitian representations of its matrix apparatus. It is shown that the ambiguity left in the work of the...
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