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Index of Early Bremsstrahlung Articles

Earliest listing is from 1891. Latest listing is from 1986.
Robert S. Fritzius - Shade Tree Physics
09 March 1998

Installed as HTML file on 10 Oct 1998
Latest update 12 Apr 2010.

Information for this file was collected by using the Computer Assisted Information Retreival (CAIRS) and by trolling the Journals stacks at the Mitchell Memorial Library at Mississippi State University. Cited sources provided additional entries.

Papers in the index have been checked in the NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS). Those found, have been marked by "ADS ." Articles not found in the ADS are noted by "OOO" or by an appropriate pointer to another online source.

Where available, the Year-Volume-Page information at the left hand side of the index has been replaced with NASA ADS bibliographic codes (for example: 1961AnPhy..13..379Y). Here, the Journal name is represented by an abbreviation. In this example "AnPhy" corresponds to "Annals of Physics." If the abstract and other related information is available through the ADS abstract service query form it has been so noted by the "ADS" entry. This process is nearly complete.

Included in the index are references to a limited number of bremsstrahlung related papers. These are intended to give pointers to the larger picture. For example, electrical discharges in gases involves electrons and ions colliding with each other and producing visible and ultraviolet emissions. To the author, these processes amount to low energy versions of bremsstrahlung and characteristic spectra generation. Also, some gamma-ray production processes may be forms of bremsstrahlung in higher energy (nuclear turmoil) regimes. [Added 27 Mar 2010. Revised 12 Apr 2010.]

Listing order is by Journal, Year, Volume, Page, Author(s), and Titles.

External link abbreviations

ADS   Astrophysics Data System
AJR   American Journal of Radiology
AJS   American Journal of Science
GB    Google Books
IW    Informaworld.com
JST   JSTOR
NAT   Nature Archives
PRO   Physical Review Online PROLA
SPR   Springer

A

Acta Physica Austrica  
1966.......23...76A  Aiginger, Zinke.......OOO


American Journal of Roentgenology 
1986......147..850D  DiSantis..............AJR  Early American Radiology, The Pioneer Years


American Journal of Science 
1896........1..235w  Wright................AJS  Experiments upon  the cathode rays and their
                                                effects
1907.......23...91A  Adams.................AJS  A spectrum of the Roentgen rays from a focus
                                                tube and the relative selective absorption of
                                                Roentgen rays in certain metals; A 
                                                preliminary note

Annalen der Physik  (AnP)
1896AnP...295..346M  Mauritius.............ADS  Versuche mit Röntgenstrahlen
1896AnP...295..592R  Richarz...............ADS  Ueber Wirkung der Röntgenstrahlen auf 
                                                den Dampfstrahl
1896AnP...296..478B  Brandes, Dorn.........ADS  Ueber die Sichtbarkeit der Röntgenstrahlen
1897AnP...297..330P  Precht................ADS  Untersuchungen über Kathoden- und
                                                Röntgenstrahlen
1897AnP...299..160D  Dorn..................ADS  Ueber die erwärmende  Wirkung  der  
                                                Röntgen-strahlen
1898AnP...300...18R  Röntgen...............ADS  Weitere Beobachtungen  über die  
                                                Eigenschaften der X-Strahlen
1898AnP...300..620D  Dorn..................ADS  Zur Sichtbarkeit der Röntgenstrahlen
1898AnP...301..453G  Graetz................ADS  Versuche über die Polarisirbarkeit der 
                                                Röntgen-strahlen
1898AnP...302...65V  von Geitler...........ADS  Über die Verschiedenheit der physikalischen
                                                Natur der Kathodenstrahlen und der
                                                Röntgenstrahlen
1898AnP...302...74W  Walter................ADS  Ueber die Natur der Röntgenstrahlen
1898AnP...302.1009S  Starke................ADS  Ueber die Wirkung der Röntgenstrahlen auf
                                                die Funkenentladung
1899AnP...304..884H  Haga, Wind............ADS  Die Beugung der Röntgenstrahlen
1899AnP...304..896W  Wind..................ADS  Ueber die Deutung der Beugungserscheinungen
                                                bei Röntgenstrahlen
1899AnP...304..903M  Maier.................ADS  Beugungsversuche und der
                                                Wellenlängenbestimmung der Röntgenstrahlen
1899AnP...305..327W  Wind..................ADS  Ueber die Deutung der Beugungserscheinungen
                                                bei Röntgenstrahlen
1900AnP...307..757W  Winkelmann............ADS  Einwirkung einer Funkenstrecke auf die
                                                Entstehung von Röntgenstrahlen
1900AnP...308...75S  Starke................ADS  Ueber die Reflexion der Kathodenstrahlen
1900AnP...308..101S  Starke................ADS  Notiz über die mechanische Wirkung der
                                                Kathodenstrahlen
1905AnP...322..381B  Becker................ADS  Messungen an Kathodenstrahlen
1906AnP...325..677M  Marx..................ADS  Geschwindigkeit der Röntgenstrahlen
1907AnP...328..439H  Haga..................ADS  Über die Polarisation der Röntgenstrahlen
                                                und der Sekundärstrahlen
1907AnP...328..___S  Schmidt...............
1908AnP...330..715W  Walter, Pohl..........ADS  Zur Frage der Beugung der Röntgenstrahlen
1908Anp...332..301S  Seitz.................ADS  Über Röntgenstrahlen und das Röntgensche
                                                Absorptionsgesetz
1909AnP...334..398H  Herweg................ADS  Über die Polarisation der Röntgenstrahlen
1918AnP...362..401W  Wagner................ADS  Spektraluntersuchungen an Röntgenstrahlen.
                                                Über die Messung der Planckschen
                                                Quantenkonstante h aus dem zur Erzeugung
                                                homogener Bremsstrahlung notwendigen
                                                Minimumpotential
1921AnP...369..625B  Becker, Holthusen.....ADS  Über die Trägererzeugung hochfrequenter
                                                Wellenstrahlung in abgeschlossenen
                                                Gasräumen
1921AnP...370..310K  Kretschmann...........ADS  Über die Wirkung des Planckschen
                                                Oszillators auf die spektrale
                                                Energieverteilung des Strahlungsfeldes
1922AnP...374..548K  Kuhlenkampff..........ADS  Über das kontinuierliche Röntgenspektrum
1923AnP no journal on shelf
1924AnP no journal on shelf
1925AnP no journal on shelf                            Under construction.  
1926AnP no journal on shelf
1927AnP no journal on shelf
1928AnP no journal on shelf
1929AnP...393..----                             Start of new "short haul" volume numbers
1930AnP...397..325B  Bethe.................ADS  Zur Theorie des Durchgangs schneller
                                                Korpuskularstrahlen durch Materie    
1931AnP...401..217S  Sauter................ADS  Über den atomaren Photoeffekt bei großer
                                                Härte der anregenden Strahlung
1931AnP...403..257S  Sommerfeld............ADS  Über die Beugung und Bremsung der Elektronen
1932AnP...405..137S  Scherzer..............ADS  Über die Ausstrahlung bei der Bremsung von
                                                Protonen und schnellen Elektronen
1934Anp...412..404S  Sauter................ADS  Über die Bremsstrahlung schneller Elektronen
1934AnP...413..367S  Stueckelberg..........ADS  Relativistisch invariante Störungstheorie
                                                des Diracschen Elektrons I. Teil:
                                                Streustrahlung und Bremsstrahlung   
1937AnP...421..715S  Sommerfeld............ADS  Über die Form der Comptonlinie. I
1939AnP...426..178E  Elwert................ADS  Verschärfte Berechnung von Intensität und
                                                Polarisation im kontinuierlichen
                                                Röntgenspektrum1
1940AnP
1941AnP
1942AnP
1943AnP
1944AnP                                                Under construction. 
1945AnP
1946AnP
1947AnP
1948AnP
1949AnP
1950AnP
1951AnP...444..373B  Blunck................ADS  Über den Einfluß der Elektronendiffusion
                                                auf die räumliche Verteilung der
                                                Röntgenbremsstrahlung


Annals of  Physics  (AnPhy)

1961AnPhy..13..379Y  Yennie, Frautschi,
                     Suura.................ADS  Infrared divergence phenomena and high-
                                                energy processes
1969AnPhy..52...59C  Czyz, Maximon.........ADS  High energy, small angle elastic scattering
                                                of strongly interacting composite particles
1978AnPhy.110...63S  Schwinger, Tsai.......ADS  New approach to quantum corrections in 
                                                synchrotron radiation


Arkiv For Fysik
1956.......10..467N  Nilsson...............OOO
1957.......12..569C  Claesson..............OOO


Astrophysical Journal  (ApJ)
1924ApJ....59..259A  Alter.................ADS  REVIEW: X-Rays by G. W. C. Kaye
1986ApJ...311..474H  Heristchi.............ADS  Hard X-ray and gamma-ray bremsstrahlung
                                                production by high-energy protons in solar
                                                flares


Atomnaya Energiya  
1962.......12..193A  Ado, Belovinstsev,
                     Stolyarov.............OOO


At. Data Nucl. Data Tables  (ADNDT)
1977ADNDT..20..175P  Pratt, Tseng, Lee,
                     Kissel, MacCallum, 
                     Riley.................ADS  Bremsstrahlung Energy Spectra from Electrons
                                                of Kinetic Energy 1 keV <= T1 <= 2000 keV
                                                Incident on Neutral Atoms 2 <= Z <= 92
1981ADNDT..26..477P  Pratt, Tseng, Lee,
                     Kissel, MacCallum, 
                     Riley.................OOO
1983ADNDT..28..381K  Kissel, Quarles, 
                     Pratt.................ADS  Shape Functions for Atomic-Field
                                                Bremsstrahlung from Electrons of Kinetic
                                                Energy 1-500 keV onSelected Neutral Atoms
                                                1 <= Z <= 92


Australian Journal of Physics  (AuJPh)
1954AuJPh...7..527M  Muirhead, Mather......ADS  Polarization of Bremsstrahlung

B


Books
1899   Harper's Scientific Memoirs III - Röntgen Rays, Ed. George F. Barker
              3-39R  Röntgen...............GB
             43-65S  Stokes................GB
             69-72T  Thompson..............GB
1981   Parameterization of the bremsstrahlung spectrum
                     Feng, Pratt...........GB 


British Journal of Applied Physics  (BJAP)
1952BJAP....3..214L  Lawson................ADS  Radiation intensity from high energy
                                                accelerators
1958BJAP....9...85G  Grunberg..............ADS  SPECIAL ARTICLE: A survey of exo-electron
                                                emission phenomena


Bulletin of the National Research Council (Washington)
1920........1  Pt 7  Bergman, Davis?.......OOO
1920........1  Pt 7  Webster...............OOO


Bureau of Standards Journal of Research
1929........2..837N  Nicholas..............OOO

C


Case Studies in Atomic Physics
1975........5...47A  Amusia, Cherepkov.....OOO


Chem. Physics Letters  (CPL)

1985CPL...122..157E  Estep, Quarles........ADS  Molecular-field brems in n-butane and
                                                 isobutane


Comments on Atomic & Molecular Physics
1978........8....1G  Gavrila, 
                     van der Wiel..........OOO
1981.......10..121P  Pratt.................OOO
1982.......11..123A  Amusia................OOO


Comptes Rendus
1896......Fev        Benoist, Hurmuzescu...OOO
1897......Jan        Benoist...............OOO
1916......163..754L  Ledoux-Lebard,
                     Dauviller.............OOO
1920......170..274B  Brillouin.............OOO
1939......208...99P  Pontecor(rg), Lazard..OOO


Computer Physics Communications  (CoPhC)
1971CoPhC...2..107L  Liberman, Cromer,
                     Waber.................ADS  Field program for atoms


Conferences
International Conference on High-Energy Physics at CERN.
1962 Jul 4-11  Geneva, Switzerland

1962hep..conf..219Y  Yennie................ADS  On the possible use of bremsstrahlung
                                                to study high energy interactions


1968 Sep 10-14  Physics of the One- and Two-Electron Atoms, Proceedings of the Arnold
Sommerfeld Centennial Memorial Meeting and of the International Symposium on the Physics
of the One- and Two-Electron Atoms,  Munich.

1969pote.conf..854E  Elwert................ADS  X-radiation of the sun


Eleventh International Conference on Phenomena in Ionized Gases
1973 Sep 10-14  Prague, Czechoslovakia

1973pig..conf..408D  Dijatchkov, Kobzev,
                     Norman................ADS  Effect of resonance states on the electron-
                                                 neutral-atom bremsstrahlung


9th International Conference on Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions, IX ICPEAC,
1975 Jul 24-30  Seattle, WN, USA

1975peac.conf..319D  Delvaille, Schnopper..ADS  Continuum X-Ray Processes in Heavy Ion
                                                Collisions

1975peac.conf..321S  Sohval, Delvaille,
                     Schnopper.............ADS  Cross Sections and Angular Distributions
                                                 for Continuum X-Ray Processes in Heavy
                                                 Ion Collisions


10th International Conference on the Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions: ICPEAC X.
1977           Paris, France

1977peac.conf.1203W  Wendin................ADS  On the 5s, 5p X-ray photoelectron spectrum
                                                in Xe

1982  AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 90 

1982AIPC...90..331B  Bizau, Wuilleumier,Dhez,
                     Ederer, Picqué, Legouët,
                     Koch..................ADS  Observation of ionization of laser excited 
                                                sodium atoms by synchrotron radiation


X-RAY AND ATOMIC INNER-SHELL PHYSICS, X-82: 1982 International Conference.  
1982  AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 94 

1982AIPC...94..645K  Koch..................ADS  Atomic Physics Experiments Combining 
                                                Synchrotron Radiation and Lasers: Present 
                                                Capabilities and Future Possibilities 


Atomic Inner-Shell Physics. Edited by Bernd Crasemann. Published by Plenum Press
1985            New York, NY USA

1985aisp.conf..581A  Anholt................ADS  X-Ray and Bremsstrahlung Production in 
                                                Nuclear Reactions  


Copenhagen Academy
1918......Pt 2..99B  Bohr..................OOO

D


Deutsch. Phys. Gesell.
1908.......10..117F  Franck, Pohl..........OOO
1908.......10..157M  Marx..................OOO


Die Naturwissenschaften
1920........8..973W  Wagner................ADS  Über die Grundlagen der Röntgenspektroskopie


E


Electrical Engineer
1896........22..534  Thompson..............OOO  Roentgen rays act strongly on the tissues
1896........22..651  Frei..................OOO  X-rays harmless with the static machine

F


Fortschr. a. d. Geb. d. Rontgenstr.
1919.......26..211H  Holthusen.............OOO

G


Gosatomizdat
1963.......III       Cherevantenko.........OOO

H


Health Physics
1986.......44..115   Anderson, Hwang.......OOO  Accelerator room photoneutron and photon
                                                 background measurements using
                                                 thermoluminescent dosimeters

Helv. Phys. Acta.
1933........6..287C  Casmir................OOO
1950.......23..381S  Saurer................OOO
1954.......27..613J  Jaunch, Rohrlich......OOO

I


Il Nuovo Cimento B

1965.......61..220K  Kabasakal, Ramaswamy..SPR  Inner-bremsstrahlung spectrum of 55Fe
                                                with a Ge(Li) detector


International Journal of Electronics
1970.......29...65P  Prasad, Mishra, 
                     Singh.................OOO  Bremsstrahlung radiation from weakly
                                                ionized laboratory plasma


Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies
1967........3..124B  Böhme.................OOO  Anwendung von 85Kr–Bremsstrahlung zur
                                                Erweiterung des Dickenmeβbereichs
1967........3..262B  Böhme.................OOO  Dickenmessung mit 85Kr-Bremsstrahlungs-
                                                und 241Am-Quellen unter besonderer 
                                                Berücksichtigung von Aluminium als Meßgut
1973........9...10B  Brust, Richter........OOO  Experimentelle Bestmmung der
                                                Energieverteilung der Bermsstrahlung im
                                                Direkstrahl eines 2-MV-
                                                Van-de Graaff-Beschleunigers
1984.......20...53B  Baumbach, Fichtler,
                     Melzer, Tictze, 
                     Ulrich................OOO  The Determination of Density Variation in
                                                Radiation Protective Walls of Concrete by 
                                                Means of Bremsstrahlung of 10 MeV from
                                                Linear Accelerator


Izvestiya Uvssh. Ucheb. Zaved.
1960........1....3K  Kruglov, Kovarzh,
                     Lopatin...............OOO

J


Jahrbuch der Radiaktivität und Electronik  (Jahrb. d. Radioakt. u. Elektr.)
1908........5..471S  Schmidt...............           check it.
1920.......16..190W  Wagner................OOO



Journal de Physique
1901.......10..653B  Benoist...............OOO



Journal of Applied Physics  (JAP)
1979JAP....50.2484M  Menon, Dagenhart, Davis,
                     Gardner, Haselton, Kim,
                     Ryan,  Schechter,
                     Stirling, Tsai........ADS  Power flow along a 40-kV multimegawatt 
                                                neutral beam line
1981JAP....52...22C  Chu, Piestrup, Pantell,
                     Buskirk...............ADS  Soft x-ray production from transition
                                                radiation using thin foils



Journal of Chemical Physics
1974JChPh..61.2925W  Weatherly, Williams,
                     Tsai..................ADS  Emission of microwaves by molecules 
                                                excited by fast passage


Journal of Geophysical Research
1911JGR....16...25T  Thompson..............ADS  On a Variation in the Intensity of the 
                                                Penetrating Radiation at the Earth's 
                                                Surface Observed may 19 and 21, 1910


Journal of Physics E: Scientific Instruments
1980JPhE...13..938B  Bordas, Koch, Clout,
                     Dorrington, Boulin,
                     Gabriel...............ADS  A synchrotron radiation camera and data 
                                                acquisition system for time resolved 
                                                X-ray scattering studies



Journal of Theoretical Physics (Zh. Exp. Teor. Fiz.)
1963.......14..886D  Dolbilkin, et al......OOO



Journal of Theoretical Physics  (IJTP)                 (same as previous J. ?)
1984IJTP...23..251G  Garavaglia............ADS  Polarized Electron Scattering on Spin Zero
                                                and Polarized Spin-1/2 Targets: Deep
                                                Inelastic Scattering, Elastic Electron-Muon
                                                Scattering, and Elastic Electron-Nucleon
                                                Scattering


Journal of the  Franklin Institute
1911......171..277D  Davey.................OOO



Journal of Physics A,  Mathematical and General  (JPhA)
1968JPhA....1..588H  Hughes,
                     Nicholson-Florence....ADS  Intensity dependence of the inverse
                                                bremsstrahlung absorption coefficient in 
                                                hot plasmas
1971JPhA....4..367K  Kiraly, Thompson,
                     Wolfendale............ADS  Cosmic ray showers produced by muon
                                                bremsstrahlung
1972JPhA....5..460P  Powar, Singh..........ADS  Contribution of detour transitions to
                                                internal bremsstrahlung spectrum of 204Tl
1972JPhA....5..506P  Pert..................ADS  Inverse bremsstrahlung absorption in large
                                                radiation fields during binary collisions-
                                                classical theory
1972JPhA....5.1221P  Pert..................ADS  Inverse bremsstrahlung absorption in large
                                                radiation fields during binary collisions-
                                                born approximation. I. Elastic collisions
1972JPhA....5.1266H  Heller, Sugai,
                     Cheng, Chiao..........ADS  The beat spectrum of the fission products
                                                from 252Cf and the associated
                                                inner bremsstrahlung radiation
1972JPhA....5.1320E  Ehrman................ADS  Straggling of moderately relativistic
                                                electrons
1973JPhA....6..533M  Mudhole...............ADS  On the external bremsstrahlung produced by
                                                beta particles in thin foils
1974JPhA....7.1167B  Burkhardt, Zia, Owen..ADS  Inner bremsstrahlung in electromagnetic
                                                zero-zero transitions in nuclei
1974JPhA....7.1726B  Burkhardt, Zia........ADS  Inner bremsstrahlung in electron pair
                                                creation in general nuclear transitions


Journal of Physics C, Solid State Physics  (JPhC)
1971JPhC....4.2258E  Elliot................ADS  Line structure in the continuous X-ray
                                                spectrum: a crystallographic approach in 
                                                the kinematic approximation
1985JPhC...18L.567H  Hayes, Kjaer, Pratt,
                     Schonfeld.............ADS  Diffuse X-ray scattering and far infrared
                                                absorption of barium and lead β" aluminas


Journal of Physics, Radium
1948........9..212R  Renard................OOO
1952.......13..429H  Horowitz..............OOO



Journal of the Optical Society of America  (JOSA)
1924JOSA....8..487C  Compton, Hagenow......ADS  A measurement of the polarization of 
                                                secondary x-rays


Journal of the Physics Society of Japan
1982JPSJ...51.2999I  Imazu.................ADS  Nuclear Reaction Rates between Charged
                                                Particles at High Energies in a Magnetic
                                                Field

1983JPSJ...52.1224I  Imazu, Irisawa, 
                     Takano................ADS  Bremsstrahlung Rates in Fully Ionized Gases
                                                in a Magnetic Field

Journal of Quantative Spectroscopics & Radiative Transfer
1982JPSJ...27..227L  Lamoureux, Feng,
                     Pratt, Tseng..........ADS  Calculation of free-free Gaunt factors for
                                                1 KeV electrons in a 1 keV normal density Ce
                                                plasma  


Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer  (JQSRT)
1966JQSRT...6..369K  Kivel.................OOO  Resonances in neutral bremsstrahlung


K

Kgl. Danske Videnskab. Selskab. Mat.-Pys Medd
1935.......13....4W  Williams..............OOO

L

Lettere Al Nuovo
1983.......38..593D  D'Ambrosio............SPR  Electron-muon scattering in the electroweak 
                                                 unified theory   

M

Medical Physics
1976........3..173L  Levy, Waggener, 
                     Wright................OOO  Measurement of Primary bremsstrahlung 
                                                spectrum from an 8-MeV linear accelerator
N

Nature, London  (Natur)
1904Natur..69..293H  Heaviside.............NAT  The Radiation from an Electron describing 
                                                a Circular Orbit
1904Natur..69R.295A  Ashworth..............ADS  γ-Rays from Radium
1904Natur..69..342H  Heaviside.............NAT  The Radiation from an Electron Moving in 
                                                an Elliptic, or any Other Orbit
1904Natur..69..365P  Phillips..............NAT  Radiations producing Photographic Reversal
1904Natur..69..436E  Eve...................NAT  Röntgen Rays and the γ Rays from Radium
1904Natur..69..462M  McClung...............NAT  Dependence of the Ionisation, produced by 
                                                Röntgen Rays, upon the Type of the Rays
1904Natur..69..463B  Barkla................NAT  Polarisation in Röntgen Rays
1904Natur..69..535   Article...............NAT  The Use of Light and Other Radiations in 
                                                the Treatment of Disease
1904Natur..70...99   Article...............NAT  Précis d'Électricité Médicale, Technique 
                                                Électrophysiologie, Électrodiagnostic 
                                                Électrothérapie, Radiologie, Photothérapie
1904Natur..70..342N  Nutting...............NAT  Atomic Structure in the Light of Secondary 
                                                Spectra
1905Natur..71..390M  McClelland............NAT  Secondary Radiation
1905Natur..71..440B  Barkla................NAT  Secondary Röntgen Radiation
1905Natur..72..395   Book Review...........NAT  X-Rays: their Employment in Cancer and other 
                                                Diseases 
1906Natur..73..365B  Barkla................NAT  Secondary Röntgen Rays and Atomic Weight
1906Natur..74..316S  Soddy.................NAT  The Positive Charge carried by the α 
                                                Particle
1907Natur..75..368B  Barkla................NAT  The Atomic Weight of Nickel
1907Natur..75..535H  Hackett...............NAT  The Atomic Weight of Nickel
1907Natur..76..661B  Barkla................NAT  The Nature of X-rays
1908Natur..77..270B  Bragg.................NAT  The Nature of γ and X-Rays
1908Natur..77..343B  Barkla, Sadler........NAT  Classification of Secondary X-Radiators
1908Natur..78....7B  Barkla................NAT  The Nature of X-Rays
1908Natur..78..665B  Barkla................NAT  The Nature of X-Rays
1909Natur..78..665B  Bragg.................NAT  The Nature of X-Rays
1910Natur
1911Natur
1912Natur
1913Natur
1914Natur
1915Natur               Soliciting references for this time frame.
1916Natur
1917Natur
1918Natur
1919Natur
1920Natur
1921Natur
1922Natur
1923Natur.112..723B  Barkla................ADS  The “J” Phenomena and X-ray Scattering
1924Natur
1925Natur
1926Natur
1927Natur
1928Natur
1929Natur
1930Natur
1931Natur
1932Natur
1933Natur.132..282B  Born..................ADS  Modified Field Equations with a Finite 
                                                Radius of the Electron
1933Natur.132..892H  Heitler, Sauter.......NAT  Stopping of Fast Particles with Emission 
                                                of Radiation and the Birth of Positive 
                                                Electrons  
1933Natur.132.1004B  Born, Infeld..........ADS  Foundations of the New Field Theory 
1934Natur.133...63B  Born..................NAT  Cosmic Rays and the New Field Theory
1935Natur
1936Natur
1937Natur
1938Natur
1939Natur
1940Natur
1941Natur                Soliciting references for this time frame.
1942Natur
1943Natur
1944Natur
1945Natur
1946Natur
1947Natur
1948Natur.162..186T  Treacey...............NAT  Nuclear Isomeric Transitions of Short 
                                                Periods
1950Natur.165...69B  Barnes, Stafford,
                     Wilkinson.............ADS  Photo-electric Disintegration of the 
                                                Deuteron at 6.13 and 17.6 MeV.
1951Natur.168..468C  Cassels, Stafford, 
                     Pickavance............ADS  Proton-Proton Scattering at 146 MeV.
1952Natur
1953Natur
1954Natur
1955Natur
1956Natur
1957Natur
1958Natur
1959Natur
1960Natur
1961Natur
1962Natur
1963Natur               Soliciting references for this time frame.
1964Natur
1965Natur
1966Natur
1967Natur
1968Natur
1969Natur
1970Natur
1971Natur
1972Natur
1973Natur
1974Natur
1975Natur
1976Natur
1977Natur
1078Natur
1979Natur
1980Natur.284..140H  Huxley, Faruqi, Bordas,
                     Koch, Milch...........ADS  The use of synchrotron radiation in time-
                                                resolved X-ray diffraction studies of myosin 
                                                layer-line reflections during muscle 
                                                contraction


Nuclear Instrumentation
1957........1..324J  Jamnik................OOO





Nuclear Instruments and Methods  (NucIM)
1980NucIM.170....1A  Andersen..............ADS  Channeling radiation and coherent
                                                bremsstrahlung


Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A (NIMPA)
1985NIMPA.240..567A  Anholt, Hoffmann......ADS  X-ray preheating of heavy-ion inertial
                                                fusion targets


Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B  (NIMPB)
1985NIMPB..10...49A  Anholt................ADS  X-ray studies of relativistic heavy-ion-atom 
                                                collisions


Nucleonics
1952       10   61   Lawson................OOO


Nuclear Physics A  (NuPhA)
1969NuPhA.134..457F  Ford, Martin..........ADS  Detour transitions in internal bremsstrahlung
1969NuPhA.138..685B  Berenyi, Varga........ADS  Critical study, internal brems spect from 32P


Nuclear Physics B  (NuPhB)
1981NuPhB.179..461C  Contogouris,
                     Papadopoulos,
                     Papavassiliou.........ADS  Large-pT direct photon production and opposite-
                                                side photon-hadron correlations in QCD
1981NuPhB.181..421H  Horgan, Scarbach......ADS  High transverse momentum pion and photon
                                                production in pp collisions at ISR energies


Nuovo Cimento
1906       12  347   Alippi................GB
1934       11  461   Racah.................OOO
1957        6 1241   Bobel.................OOO

O

P


United States Patents 
1891  454,622        Tesla.................OOO  System of Electric Lighting (Filed Apr 1891)
1892  514,170        Tesla.................OOO  Incandescent Electric Light (Filed Jan 1892)
                                                [Tesla employed 15-20 KV high voltage pulses,
                                                up to 20,000 pulses per second, to produce
                                                visible light incandescense (including "glow 
                                                discharge) in evacuated "tubes."  Ultraviolet 
                                                and X-ray radiations were also generated and 
                                                subsequently studied.]  



PhD Theses/Dissertations  (PhDT)
1907PhDT.........1A  Adams.................ADS  The Transmission of Roentgen-Rays Rays Through
                                                Metallic Sheets, and the Relatively Selective
                                                Absorption of Roentgen-Rays in Certain Metals.
1916PhDT.........3C  Compton...............ADS  The Intensity of X-Ray Reflection, and the 
                                                Distribution of the Electrons in Atoms.
1917PhDT.........1T  Thompson..............ADS  High Vacuum Spectra from Impact by Cathode Rays.
1918PhDT.........1U  Ulrey.................ADS  An Experimental Investigation of the Energy
                                                in the Continuous X-Ray [Spectrum] of Certain 
                                                Elements.
1923PhDT.........2T  Terrill...............ADS  Loss of Velocity of Cathode Rays in Matter.
1923PhDT.........3R  Rollefson.............ADS  Spectral Series in the Soft X-Ray Region
1924PhDT.........3C  Chamberlain...........ADS  Determination of Certain Outer X-Ray Energy
                                                Levels for the Elements from Antimony 51 to
                                                Samarium 62
1954PhDT........12M  Maximon...............ADS  Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production in a
                                                Coulomb Field at Extreme Relativistic Energies
1956PhDT........13K  Keiffer...............ADS  On the Energy Distribution at Large Angles of
                                                High Energy Electrons in Bremsstrahlung.
1981PhDT........37C  Chu...................ADS  Transition radiation as an X-ray source
1984PhDT........61R  Reese.................ADS  Coherent Bremsstrahlung and Channeling
                                                Radiation at Low Energies.


Philosophical Magazine (Phil. Magazine)
1891   31   44   Boys, Briscoe, 
                 Watson...................IW    On the measurement of electromagnetic 
                                                radiation   
1891   31   135   Letters to the editor...IW    Conductivity of hot gases 
1891   31   288   Wiedemann, Ebert........IW    Observations on the paper by Prof. Trowbridge, 
                                                “motions of atoms in the electrical discharge” 
                                                (Phil. Mag. 5th series, vol. xxx. p.480, 1890)  
1891   31   359   Hartley.................IW    On relations between the lines of various 
                                                spectra.
1891   31   368   Runge...................IW    On the line spectra of the elements of 
                                                Mendelejeff's second group
1891   31   415   Arrhenius...............IW    Note on the electric conductivity of hot 
                                                gases 
1891   31   443   Preston.................IW    The lightning discharge
1891   31   515   Thomson.................IW    Note on the electrical conductivity of hot 
                                                gases 
1891   32   319   Letters to the editor...IW    On Homologous Spectra  
1891   32   321   Thomson.................IW    On the discharge of Electricity through 
                                                exhausted tubes without electrodes 
1891   32   445   Thomson.................IW    On the discharge of electricity through 
                                                exhausted tubes without electrodes 
1892   33   387   Ångström................IW    On the intensity of the radiation of gas under 
                                                the influence of the electrical discharge  
1892   33   521   Ludeking................IW    The action of the electric discharge on gases 
                                                and vapours  
1892   33   543   Warburg.................IW    On the glow-discharge 
1892   34   143   Paulson.................IW    Auroras observed at godthaab
1892   34   280   Michelson...............IW    On the application of interference methods to 
                                                spectroscopic measurements.—II 
1892   34   371   Liveing.................IW    Note on Pluumlcker's supposed detection of the 
                                                line-spectrum of hydrogen in the oxyhydrogen 
                                                flame  
Phil. Magazine
1893   35   142   Swinton.................IW    Experiments with high frequency electric 
                                                discharges 
1893   35   200   Baly....................IW    Separation and striation of rarefied gases 
                                                under the influence of the electric discharge  
1893   35   506   Rimington...............IW    Luminous discharges in electrodeless 
                                                vacuum-tubes  
1893   35   538   Goldstein...............IW    On a property of the anodes of geissler's tubes
1893   36    45   Harvey, Hird............IW    Some notes on brush discharges in gases 
1893   36   300   Swinton.................IW    Experiments with high frequency discharges
1893   36   551   Paschen.................IW    On the emission of heated gases
1894   38   358   Thomson.................IW    On the velocity of the cathode-rays
1894   38   418   Stoney..................IW    Of the “electron,” or atom of electricity
1895   39   115   Burke...................IW    On a suggestion by Professor J. J. Thomson in 
                                                connexion with the luminescence of glass due 
                                                to kathode-rays 
1895   39   387   Herz....................IW    On the glow-discharge
1895   39   389   Ayrton, Medley..........IW    Tests of glow-lamps, and description of the 
                                                measuring instruments employed   
1896   41   230   Righi...................IW    On the production of electrical phenomena by 
                                                the Röntgen rays 
1896   41   381   Rowland, Carmichael, 
                  Briggs..................IW    Notes of observations on the Röntgen rays
1896   41   382   Wood....................IW    Note on “focus tubes” for producing x-rays
1896   41   432   Elster, Geitel..........IW    On the alleged scattering of positive 
                                                electricity by light
1896   41   462   Streinitz...............IW    On an electrochemical action of the Röntgen 
                                                rays on silver bromide
1896   41   528   Lea.....................IW    Röntgen rays not present in sunlight
1896   42    52   Fleming.................IW    A further examination of the Edison effect 
                                                in glow lamps
Phil. Magazine
1896   42   162   Thompson................IW    Some experiments with Röntgen's rays
1896   42   392   Thomson, Rutherford.....IW    On the passage of electricity through gases 
                                                exposed to Röntgen rays
1896   42   451   Cajori..................IW    Search for solar x-rays on Pike's Peak
1896   42   453   Threlfall, Pollock......IW    On some experiments with Röntgen's radiation
1896   42   530   Righi...................IW    On experiments with Röntgen rays              
1897
1899                                               
1900                                                   Under construction.
1901
1902
1903    5   685   Barkla..................IW    Secondary radiation from gases subject
                                                to X-rays
1904    6     8   Eve.....................
1904    7   543   Barkla..................IW    Energy of secondary Röntgen radiation
1904    8    67   McClelland..............IW
1905    9   531   Campbell................IW    The Radiation from Ordinary Materials
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910   10   375   Godlewski...............IW    On the absorption of the β and γ rays of 
                                                actinium 
1905   __   ___   McClelland..............IW    The Penetrating Radium Rays              
1906   11   812   Barkla..................IW    Secondary Röntgen radiation
Phil. Magazine
1907   13   507   Bragg...................IW    The influence of the velocity of the α
                                                particle upon the stopping power of the
                                                substance through which it passes
1907   14   408   Barkla, Sadler..........IW    Secondary x-rays and the atomic weight
                                                of nickel
1907   14   429   Bragg...................OOO
1907   14   604   Beatty..................OOO
1907   14   618   Kleeman.................OOO
1907   14   653   Crowther................IW    On the secondary Röntgen radiation from
                                                gases and vapours
1908   15   288   Barkla..................IW    Note on X-rays and scattered X-rays
1908   15   663   Bragg, Madsen...........IW    An experimental investigation of the
                                                nature of the γ rays
1908   16   550   Barkla, Sadler..........IW    Homogeneous secondary Röntgen radiations
1908   16   918   Bragg, Madsen...........IW    An experimental investigation of the
                                                nature of γ rays.—No. 2
1909   17   423   Madsen..................IW    Secondary γ radiation
1909   17   739   Barkla, Sadler..........IW    The absorption of Röntgen rays
1909   17   855   Bragg, Glasson..........IW    On a want of symmetry shown by secondary
                                                X-rays
1909   18   909   Madsen..................IW    The scattering of the β rays of radium
1910   20   370   Barkla..................IW    Typical cases of ionization by X-rays
1910   20   385   Bragg...................IW    The consequence of the corpuscular
                                                hypothesis of the γ and X rays, and the
                                                range of β rays
1910   20   642   Jeans...................IW    On the analysis of the radiation from
                                                electron orbits
1910   20   849   Kovarik.................OOO
1911   21   270   Barkla, Ayres...........IW    The distribution of secondary X-rays and
                                                the electromagnetic pulse theory
Phil. Magazine
1911   21   648   Barkla..................IW    Note on the energy of scattered X-radiation
1911   21   669   Rutherford..............OOO
1911   22   276   Campbell................IW    Delta rays
1911   22   396   Barkla..................IW    The spectra of the fluorescent Röntgen
                                                radiations
1912   23   317   Barkla, Simons..........IW    Ionization in gaseous mixtures by Röntgen
                                                radiation
1912   23   987   Barkla, Collier.........IW    Notes on X-ray scattering and on J Radiations
1913   25    10   Bohr....................OOO
1913   25   296   Barkla, Martyn..........IW    The Photographic effect of X-rays and X-ray
                                                spectra
1913   25   657   Bragg...................IW    On the production of fluorescent röntgen
                                                radiation
1913   25   772   Rutherford, Richardson..IW    The analysis of the gamma rays from radium B 
                                                and radium C  
1913   25   832   Barkla, Philpot.........IW    Ionization in gases and gaseous mixtures by
                                                Röntgen and corpuscular (electronic)
                                                radiations
1914   27   455   van den Broek...........IW    On nuclear electrons   
1914   27   488   Rutherford..............IW    The Structure of the Atom
1914   27   499   Darwin..................IW    Collision of α particles with light atoms 
1914   27   541   Nicholson...............IW    The high-frequency spectra of the elements, 
                                                and the structure of the atom 
1914   27   601   Oba.....................IW    The absorption of γ rays
1914   27   675   Darwin..................IW    The theory of X-ray reflexion. Part II 
1914   27   703   Moseley.................IW    The high-frequency spectra of the elements. 
                                                Part II 
1914   27   824   Marsden.................IW    The passage of agr particles through hydrogen 
1914   27   854   Rutherford, Andrade.....IW    The wave-length of the soft γ rays from 
                                                radium B  
Phil. Magazine
1914   27   881   Bragg...................IW    The intensity of reflexion of X rays by
                                                crystals
1914   28   626   Bragg, Peirce...........IW    The absorption coefficients of X rays
1915   29   407   Bragg...................IW    The relation between certain X-ray
                                                wave-lengths and their absorption
                                                coefficients
1915   30   381   Bohr....................OOO
1915   30   745   Barkla, Shearer.........IW    Note on velocity of electrons expelled by
                                                X-rays
1916   31   222   Barkla, Dunlop..........IW    Note on the scattering of X-rays and atomic
                                                structure
1916   31   257   Barkla..................IW    Note on experiments to detect refraction of
                                                X-rays
1917   33   129   Ishino..................IW    The scattering and the absorption of the 
                                                gamma rays 
1917   34   270   Barkla, White...........IW    The J transformation of scattered X-rays
1918
1919
1920
1921   41   309   Bragg, James, 
                  Bosanquet...............IW    The intensity of reflexion of X-rays by
                                                rock-salt
1921   42     1   Bragg, James, 
                  Bosanquet...............IW    The intensity of reflexion of X-rays by
                                                rock-salt.—Part II
1921   42   719   Crowther................IW    “J” Radiation
1922   43   800   Darwin..................IW    The reflexion of X-rays from imperfect
                                                crystals
1923   45   737   Barkla, Rhoda...........IW    Notes on X-ray scattering and on J
                                                Radiations
1923   46   836   Kramers.................OOO
1924   47     1   Barkla, Dallas          IW    Notes on corpuscular radiation excited by
                                                X-rays
Phil. Magazine
1925   49   251   Barkla, Khastgir........IW    The J transformation of scattered X-rays
1925   49  1033   Barkla..................IW    The J phenomenon in X-rays. (Part I.)
1925   50   306   Bragg...................IW    The interpretation of intensity measurements
                                                in X-ray analysis of crystal structure
1925   50  1115   Barkla, Khastgir........IW    The J phenomenon in X-rays.— Part II.
                                                Application to scattered X-rays
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936                Soliciting references for this time frame.
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1956
1947
1918
Phil. Magazine
1949   40   351   Mitchell................OOO
1952   43   306   Lawson..................OOO
1952   43   659   Wilkinson...............OOO
1952   43  1003   McDiermid...............OOO
1953   44   169   Phillips................IW    On the polarization of high energy
                                                bremsstrahlung
1954   45   748   Lawson..................OOO   On the relation between Čerenkov radiation
                                                and bremsstrahlung
1954   45  1043   Friedlander, Keefe,
                  Menon, van Rossum.......OOO   Evidence for the β-decay of a K-meson
1959    4  1030   Fowler, Perkins,
                  Pinkau.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.OOO   Observation of the suppression effect on
                                                bremsstrahlung


Philosophical Magazine A
1984   49   697   Reese, Spence, 
                  Yamamoto.................OOO  Coherent bremsstrahlung  from kilovolt
                                                electrons in zone axis orientations


Philosophical Magazine Part B
1983   48   L39   Spence, Reese, Yamamoto,
                  Kurizki..................OOO  Coherent bremsstrahlung peaks in X-ray
                                                microanalysis spectra


Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Containing Papers of a
Mathematical or Physical Character (RSPTA)
1904RSPTA.204..467B  Barkla................OOO         Check it.
1909RSPTA.209..123K  Kaye..................OOO  The emission and transmission of Röntgen rays
1915RSPTA.215..253B  Bragg.................ADS  Bakerian Lecture: X-Rays and Crystal Structure


Physical Review (PhRv)
1906PhRv...23..___A  Allen.................            Check it.
1914PhRv....4..217D  Davey.................ADS  The Mean Depth of Formation of X-Rays in A
                                                Platinum Target
1915PhRv....5..315C  Compton, Trousdale....ADS  The Nature of the Ultimate Magnetic Particle
1915PhRv....6..166D  Duane, Hunt...........OOO         Re-check
1916PhRv....7..489C  Compton...............ADS  The Theory of Ionization by Collision. I. 
                                                The Distribution of Velocities of the 
                                                Electrons
1916PhRv....7..501C  Compton...............ADS  The Theory of Ionization by Collision. II. 
                                                Case of Inelastic Impact
1916PhRv....7..509C  Compton...............ADS  The Theory of Ionization by Collision. III. 
                                                Case of Elastic Impact
1916PhRv....7..599W  Webster...............ADS  Experiments on the Emission Quanta of
                                                Characteristic X-Rays
1916PhRv....7..646C  Compton...............ADS  A Recording X-Ray Spectrometer, and the High 
                                                Frequency Spectrum of Tungsten
1916PhRv....8..386C  Compton...............ADS  The Mean Free Path of an Electron in a Gas 
                                                and its Minimum Ionizing Potential
1916PhRv....8..449C  Compton, Benade.......ADS  The Nature of the Collisions of Electrons 
                                                with Gas Molecules
1916PhRv....8..753C  Compton...............ADS  A Recording X-Ray Spectrometer, and the High 
                                                Frequency Spectrum of Tungsten
1917PhRv....9...29C  Compton...............ADS  The Intensity of X-Ray Reflection, and the 
                                                Distribution of the Electrons in Atoms
1917PhRv....9...64D  Davis.................ADS  Wave-Length Energy Distribution in the
                                                Continous X-Ray Spectrum
1917PhRv....9..220W  Webster...............ADS  X-Ray Emissivity as a Function of Cathode
                                                Potential
1918PhRv...11..184B  Benade, Compton.......ADS  Elasticity of Impact of Electrons with Gas 
                                                Molecules 
1918PhRv...11..234C  Compton, Benade.......ADS  The Theory of Ionization by Collision. IV. 
                                                Cases of Elastic and Partially Elastic Impact
1918PhRv...11..401U  Ulrey.................ADS  An Experimental Investigation of the Energy in
                                                the Continuous X-Ray Spectra Of Certain 
                                                Elements
1918PhRv...11..430C  Compton...............ADS  Note on the Grating Space of Calcite and the 
                                                X-Ray Spectrum of Gallium
1919PhRv...14...20C  Compton...............ADS  The Size and Shape of the Electron
1919PhRv...14..247C  Compton...............ADS  The Size and Shape of the Electron
1920PhRv...16...31W  Webster...............ADS  Quantum Emission Phenomena in Radiation
1920PhRv...16..464C  Compton, Rognley......ADS  Is the Atom the Ultimate Magnetic Particle?
1921PhRv...17...38C  Compton...............ADS  The Absorption of Gamma Rays by Magnetized Iron
1921PhRv...18..321W  Webster...............          Check it
1922PhRv...19...20C  Coster................ADS  On the Principle of Combination and Stokes'
                                                Law in the X-ray Series
1922PhRv...19...64J  Jauncey...............ADS  The Effect of Damping on the Width of X-ray
                                                Spectrum Lines
1922PhRv...19...68C  Compton...............ADS  The Width of X-ray Spectrum Lines
1922PhRv...19..429H  Hughes................ADS  Characteristic X-rays from Light Elements
1922PhRv...19..434M  Mohler, Foote.........ADS  The Beginning of the K and L Series of X-rays
1922PhRv...19..267C  Compton...............ADS  The Spectrum of Secondary X-rays
1922PhRv...19.1922J  Jauncey...............ADS  Secondary X-rays from Crystals
1923PhRv...21..301W  Webster, Hennings.....ADS  The Penetration of Cathode Rays in Molybdenum
1923PhRv...21..476T  Terrill...............OOO       Check ref.
1923PhRv...21..483C  Compton...............ADS  A Quantum Theory of the Scattering of 
                                                X-rays by Light Elements
1923PhRv...22...37K  Kirkpatrick...........ADS  Continuous Spectral Energy Distribution within
                                                the X-ray Tube
1923PhRv...22..101T  Terrill...............ADS  Loss of Velocity of Cathode Rays in Matter
1923PhRv...22..226K  Kirkpatrick...........ADS  Polarization of X-rays as a Function of
                                                Wave-Length
1923PhRv...22..409C  Compton...............ADS  The Spectrum of Scattered X-Rays
1924PhRv...23...35R  Rollefson.............ADS  Spectral Series in the Soft X-ray Region
1924PhRv...23..439C  Compton, Hubbard......ADS  The Recoil of Electrons from Scattered X-rays
1924PhRv...23..575B  Boyce.................ADS  Soft X-rays from Heavy Elements, Tantalum to
                                                Gold
1924PhRv...24..168C  Compton...............ADS  A General Quantum Theory of the Wave-Length 
                                                of Scattered X-rays
1924PhRv...24..209B  Bowen, Millikan.......ADS  The Extension of the X-ray-Doublet Laws into
                                                the Field of Optics
1924PhRv...24..478B  Becker................ADS  Soft X-rays and Secondary Electrons
1925PhRv...25..306C  Compton, Simon........ADS  Measurements of β-Rays Associated with 
                                                Scattered X-Rays
1925PhRv...25..322T  Thomas................ADS  Soft X-Rays from Iron
1925PhRv...25..740R  Rollefson.............ADS  Characteristic X-Rays from Lithium
1925PhRv...26..289C  Compton, Simon........ADS  Directed Quanta of Scattered X-Rays
1925PhRv...26..433J  Jauncey, Defoe........ADS  Theory of the Number of Beta-rays Associated
                                                with Scattered X-rays
1925PhRv...26..724R  Richtmyer.............ADS  The Apparent Shape of X-ray Lines and
                                                Absorption Limits
1925PhRv...26..436C  Compton, 
                     van Voorhis...........ADS  Probability of Ionization of Gas Molecules by 
                                                Electron Impacts
1925PhRv...26..739T  Thomas................ADS  Soft X-rays from Iron, Cobalt, Nickel and
                                                Copper
1929PhRv...34..553B  Breit.................ADS  The Effect of Retardation on the Interaction
                                                of Two Electrons
1930PhRv...35.1139A  Anderson..............ADS  Space-Distribution of X-Ray Photoelectrons
                                                Ejected from the K and L Atomic
                                                Energy-Levels
1931PhRv...38.1938K  Kirkpatrick...........ADS  Lateral Space Distribution of X-ray
                                                Photoelectrons
1932PhRv...41..405A  Anderson..............ADS  Energies of Cosmic-Ray Particles
1933PhRv...44..406A  Anderson..............ADS  Cosmic-Ray Positive and Negative Electrons
1935PhRv...48..462J  Jauncey, Deming.......ADS  Diffuse Scattering of X-Rays from 
                                                Piezoelectrically Oscillating Quartz
1935PhRv...48..573Z  Zener.................ADS  Diffuse Scattering of X-Rays by Conduction 
                                                Electrons
1936PhRv...49..275P  Piston................ADS  The Polarization of X-Rays from Thin Targets
1936PhTv...50..272B  Bloch.................ADS  On the Continuous γ-Radiation Accompanying
                                                the β-Decay
1937PhRv...51..835L  Livingston, Genevese,
                     Konopinski............ADS  The Excitation of Characteristic X-Rays by
                                                Protons
1937PhRv...52..569F  Furry.................ADS  On Fluctuation Phenomena in the Passage of High
                                                Energy Electrons through Lead
1939PhRv...55..858W  Wheeler, Lamb.........ADS  Influence of Atomic Electrons on Radiation and
                                                Pair Production
1940PhRv...57...24G  Goudsmit, 
                     Saunderson............ADS  Multiple Scattering of Electrons
1940PhRv...57...75O  Oppenheimer...........ADS  The Production of Soft Secondaries by Mesotrons
1940PhRv...57..341S  Stahel, Guillissen....ADS  Bremsstrahlung of RaE
1940PhRv...57..388W  Waldman, Collins......ADS  Nuclear Excitation of Lead by X-Rays
1940PhRv...58...36G  Goudsmit, 
                     Saunderson............ADS  Multiple Scattering of Electrons. II
1940PhRv...58..292W  Williams..............ADS  Multiple Scattering of Fast Electrons and
                                                Alpha-Particles, and "Curvature" of Cloud
                                                Tracks Due to Scattering
1941PhRv...59..325G  Guth..................ADS  Radiative Transition Probabilities in Heavy
                                                Nuclei. Excitation of Nuclei by X-Rays
1941PhRv...59..481W  Wu....................ADS  Continuous X-Rays Excited by Beta-Particles of
                                                15P32
1942PhRv...61..584W  Weinstock.............ADS  Theory of the Continuous X-Ray Spectrum
1942PhRv...62..334H  Harworth, 
                     Kirkpatrick...........ADS  Intensities of Monochromatic Continuous X-Rays
                                                from Atomic Targets of Nickel
1945PhRv...67..321K  Kirkpatrick, 
                     Wiedmann..............ADS  Theoretical Continuous X-Ray Energy and
                                                Polarization
1945PhRv...68..214H  Havas.................ADS  On the Interaction of Radiation and Matter
1946PhRv...70...87S  Schiff................ADS  Energy-Angle Distribution of Betatron Target
                                                Radiation
1946PhRv...70..127S  Siegbahn..............ADS  The Disintegration of Na24 and P32
1947PhRv...72...61L  Lax...................ADS  Absolute Sensitivity of a Graphite Ionization
                                                Chamber
1948PhRv...74...80H  Hough.................ADS  The Angular Distribution of Pair-Produced
                                                Electrons and Bremsstrahlung
1948PhRv...74.1707A  Adams.................ADS  The Absorption of High Energy Quanta. I.
1949PhRv...75...15L  Longmire..............ADS  On Simultaneous Beta-Gamma Emission
                                                from Nuclei
1949PhRv...75..329G  Gideon, Miller,
                     Waldman...............            [Ref is wrong]
1949PhRv...75..425M  Miller, Waldman.......ADS  An Investigation of Bremsstrahlung by Means
                                                of the Nuclear Isomerism of Indium
1949PhRv...75..433L  Lawson................ADS  88-Mev Gamma-Ray Cross Sections
1949PhRv...75..898S  Schwinger.............ADS  On Radiative Corrections to Electron
                                                Scattering
1949PhRv...75.1950K  Koch, Carter..........ADS  Determination of the Energy Distribution of
                                                Bremsstrahlung from 19.5 Mev Electrons
1949PhRv...76..264E  Eyges.................ADS  Straggling of Electrons near the Critical
                                                Energy
1949PhRv...76..527W  Walker................ADS  Absorption of 17.6 Mev Gamma-Rays in C, Al,
                                                Cu, Sn, and Pb
1949PhRv...76..836S  Stearns...............ADS  Mean Square Angles of Bremsstrahlung and Pair
                                                Production
1949PhRv...76.1724W  Wang, Wiener..........ADS  Spectral Analysis of 10-Mev Betatron Radiation
                                                by Nuclear Emulsion
1950PhRv...77..165K  Koch, Carter..........ADS  Determination of the Energy Distribution of
                                                Bremsstrahlung from 19.5-Mev Electrons
1950PhRv...77..425F  Fano, Hurwitz, 
                     Spencer...............ADS  Penetration and Diffusion of X-Rays. V. Effect
                                                of Small_Deflections upon the Asymptotic
                                                Behavior
1950PhRv...77..550B  Bess..................ADS  Bremsstrahlung for Heavy Elements at Extreme
                                                Relativistic Energies
1950PhRv...78..161K  Katzenstein...........ADS  The Radiative Collisions of Positrons and
                                                Electrons
1950PhRv...78..623B  Berlin, Madansky......ADS  On the Detection of γ-Ray Polarization by
                                                Pair Production

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Listing order is by Journal, Year, Volume, Page, Author(s), and title External link abbreviations ADS Astrophysics Data System AJR American Journal of Radiology AJS American Journal of Science GB Google Books IW Informaworld.com JST JSTOR NAT Nature Archives PRO Physical Review Online PROLA SPR Springer ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Phys. Rev. 1950PhRv...79..419B Blocker, Kenny, Panofsky..............ADS Transition Curves of 330-Mev Bremsstrahlung 1950PhRv...79..615R Rosenbluth............ADS High Energy Elastic Scattering of Electrons on Protons 1951PhRv...81..213P Powell, Hartsough, Hill..................ADS The X-Ray Spectrum Produced by 322-Mev Electrons Striking a Platinum Target 1951PhRv...81..464S Spencer, Fano.........ADS Penetration and Diffusion of X-Rays. Calculation of Spatial Distributions by Polynomial Expansion 1951PhRv...81..467W Wick..................ADS Detection of Gamma-Ray Polarization by Pair Production 1951PhRv...81..628M May, Wick.............ADS On the Production of Polarized High Energy X-Rays 1951PhRv...81..981E Eyges.................ADS Effective Photon Energies of High Energy Photo-Nuclear Reactions 1951PhRv...82..447D Dewire, Ashken, Beach.................ADS Absorption of 280-Mev Photons 1951PhRv...82..486W Wolicki, Waldman, Miller................ADS The Nuclear Excitation of Ag107 and Ag109 by X-Rays 1951PhRv...83..187M Mandasky, Rasetti.....ADS Continuous γ-Radiation of β-Emitters 1951PhRv...83..252S Schiff................ADS Energy-Angle Distribution of Thin Target Bremsstrahlung 1951PhRv...83..476D DeWire, Beach.........ADS High Energy Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production 1951PhRv...83..505D Dewire, Askin, Beach.................ADS Absorption of 280-Mev Photons 1951PhRv...83..959L Lanzl, Hanson.........ADS Z Dependence and Angular Distribution of Bremsstrahlung from 17-Mev Electrons 1951PhRv...84..265M May...................ADS On the Polarization of High Energy Bremsstrahlung and of High Energy Pairs 1952PhRv...85..662S Spencer, Stinson......ADS Further Calculations of X-Ray Diffusion in an Infinite Medium 1952PhRv...87..156D Davies, Bethe.........ADS Integral Cross Section for Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production 1952PhRv...87..156M Maximon, Bethe........ADS Differential Cross Section for Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production 1952PhRv...87..750S Schiff................ADS Radiative Correction to the Angular Distribution of Nuclear Recoils from Electron Scattering 1952PhRv...87..753D Drell.................ADS Recoil Correction to Bremsstrahlung Cross Section 1952PhRv...88..793S Spencer...............ADS Penetration and Diffusion of X-Rays: Calculation of Spatial Distributions by Semi-Asymptotic Methods 1952PhRv...88..851S Sternheimer...........ADS The Density Effect for the Ionization Loss in Various Materials 1953PhRv...90..510S Spencer, Wolff........ADS Penetration and Diffusion of Hard X-Rays: Polarization Effects 1953PhRv...90.1026G Gluckstern, Hull, Breit.................ADS Polarization of Bremsstrahlung Radiation 1953PhRv...90.1030G Gluckstern, Hull......ADS Polarization Dependence of the Integrated Bremsstrahlung Cross Section 1953PhRv...91..417B Bethe, Maximon, Low...ADS Bremsstrahlung at High Energies 1954PhRv...93..114S Spencer, Blanchard....ADS Multiple Scattering of Relativistic Electrons 1954PhRv...93..768B Bethe, Maximon........ADS Theory of Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production. I. Differential Cross Section 1954PhRv...93..785N Nordsieck.............ADS Reduction of an Integral in the Theory of Bremsstrahlung 1954PhRv...93..788D Davies, Bethe.........ADS Theory of Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production. II. Integral Cross Section for Pair Production 1954PhRv...93..827K Keck, Littauer, O'Neill, Perry, Woodward..............ADS Photodisintegration of the Deuteron by 180-Mev and 260-Mev Gamma Rays 1954PhRv...93.1172S Spencer, Fano.........ADS Energy Spectrum Resulting from Electron Slowing Down 1954PhRv...95...83B Bernstein, Lewis......ADS L-Shell Ionization by Protons of 1.5- to 4.25-Mev Energy 1954PhRv...95..464K Katz, Haslam, Horsley, Cameron, Montalbetti...........ADS Fine Structure in the C12(γ, n)C11 and O16(γ, n)O15 Activation Curves 1955PhRv...99.1020S Suura.................ADS Radiative Correction to High-Energy Electron Scattering 1955PhRv...99.1335O Olsen.................ADS Outgoing and Ingoing Waves in Final States and Bremsstrahlung 1955PhRv..100..199B Burkhardt, Wingold, Dupree................ADS Photoexcitation of the Isomeric State of Indium-115 1955PhRv..100.1293W Weinstock, Halpern....ADS Bremsstrahlung Spectrum from the Internal Target of a 22-Mev Betatron 1955PhRv..100.1560M Motz..................ADS Bremsstrahlung Differential Cross-Section Measurements for 0.5- and 1.0-Mev Electrons 1956PhRv..101..915W West..................ADS Measurement of Low-Energy Gamma-Ray Pair Cross Sections in Scintillators Using a Scintillation Pair Spectrometer 1956PhRv..101.1244K Keiffer, Parzen.......ADS Energy Distribution at Large Angles of High-Energy Electrons in Bremsstrahlung 1956PhRv..102..925D Dudley, Inman, Kenney................ADS Polarization of Bremsstrahlen 1956PhRv..103...29M McCormick, Keiffer, Parzen................ADS Energy and Angle Distribution of Electrons in Bremsstrahlung 1956PhRv..104..557M Motz..................ADS Bremsstrahlung Polarization Measurements for 1.0-Mev Electrons 1957PhRv..105..619R Robson, Gregg.........ADS Bremsstrahlung Measurements with a Compton Electron Spectrometer 1957PhRv..105.1821H Hisdal................ADS Bremsstrahlung Spectra Corrected for Multiple Scattering in the Target 1957PhRv..106...27O Olsen, Maximon, Wergeland.............ADS Theory of High-Energy Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production in a Screened Field 1957PhRv..106..826G Goldhaber, Grodzins, Sunyar................ADS Evidence for Circular Polarization of Bremsstrahlung Produced by Beta Rays 1957PhRv..106..828M McVoy, Dyson..........ADS Circular Polarization of Bremsstrahlung from Polarized Electrons in Born Approximation 1957PhRv..106..985O Olsen, Mann, Linder...ADS Internal Bremsstrahlung and Decay Scheme of Sb119 1957PhRv..106.1360M McVoy, Dyson..........ADS Longitudinal Polarization of Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production at Relativistic Energies 1958PhRv..109..630F Fuller, Hayward, Koch..................ADS Shape of the High-Energy End of the Electron- Bremsstrahlung Spectrum 1958PhRv..109..901M McGowan, Stelson......ADS Yields, Angular Distributions, and Polarization of Gamma Rays from Coulomb Excitation 1958PhRv..110..589O Olsen, Maximon........ADS Electron and Photon Polarization in Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production 1958PhRv..110..974L Low...................ADS Bremsstrahlung of Very Low-Energy Quanta in Elementary Particle Collisions 1958PhRv..111..580F Fronsdal, Überall.....ADS Polarization of Bremsstrahlung from Polarized Electrons 1958PhRv..111.1333M McVoy.................ADS Longitudinal Polarization of Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production 1958PhRv..112.1039M Motz, Placious........ADS Polarization near the High-Frequency Limit of 500-kev Bremsstrahlung 1958PhRv..112.1679F Fano..................ADS Evaluation of Bremsstrahlung Cross Sections at the High-Frequency Limit 1959PhRv..114..887O Olsen, Maximon........ADS Photon and Electron Polarization in High- Energy Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production with Screening 1959PhRv..114.1332P Penfold, Leiss........ADS Analysis of Photonuclear Cross Sections 1959PhRv..115..420P Penfold, Garwin.......ADS Photonuclear Reaction Energies 1959PhRv..155..633H Hall..................ADS Most Probable Energy Loss of Fast Electrons 1959PhRv..116.1156F Fano..................ADS High-Frequency Limit of Bremsstrahlung in the Sauter Approximation 1959PhRv..116.1159F Fano, McVoy, Albers...ADS Interference of Orbital and Spin Currents in Bremsstrahlung and Photoelectric Effect 1959PhRv..116.1168M McVoy, Fano...........ADS Bremsstrahlung and the Photoelectric Effect as Inverse Processes 1960PhRv..117..194J Jamnik................ADS Plane Polarization of 15.1-Mev Bremsstrahlung from 25-Mev Electrons 1960PhRv..120..269T Tsai..................ADS High-Energy Electron-Electron Scattering 1960PhRv..120.1717P Pratt.................ADS High-Frequency Region of the Bremsstrahlung Spectrum 1961PhRv..122.1898T Tsai..................ADS Radiative Corrections to Electron-Proton Scattering 1961PhRv..122.1908L Lohrmann..............ADS Investigation of Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production at Energies >1011 ev 1962PhRv..125.2172K Krass.................ADS Radiative Corrections to Electron-Proton Scattering 1962PhRv..126..329M Mahanthappa...........ADS Multiple Production of Photons in Quantum Electrodynamics 1963PhRv..130.1210M Meister, Yennie.......ADS Radiative Corrections to High-Energy Scattering Processes 1964PhRv..133.1344M Maximon, Isabelle.....ADS Radiative Tail in Elastic Electron Scattering 1964PhRv..134..733G Ginsberg, Pratt.......ADS Nuclear Size and Magnetic Effects in the Radiative Tail of Electron-Nucleus Scattering 1964PhRv..136..231R Rand..................ADS Inverse Bremsstrahlung with High-Intensity Radiation Fields 1964PhRv..136..674M Maximon, Isabelle.....ADS Radiative Tail for Inelastic Electron Scattering 1965PhRv..140.1661M Mork, Olsen...........ADS Radiative Corrections. I. High-Energy Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production 1968PhRv..167.1280S Schulz, Lutz..........ADS Experimental Confirmation of Radiative Corrections to Bremsstrahlung and Pair Production at High Energies 1969PhRv..180..104B Brysk, Zerby, Penny...ADS Bremsstrahlung Cross Sections at Moderate Energies 1969PhRv..181.1720D Drechsel, Maximon, Warner................ADS Noncoplanar p-p Bremsstrahlung Calculations at 48 and 30 MeV 1969PhRv..183...90E Elwert, Haug..........ADS Calculation of Bremsstrahlung Cross Sections with Sommerfeld-Maue Eigenfunction Physical Review A (General Physics) (PhRvA) 1970PhRvA...1..280G Garcia................ADS Inner-Shell Ionizations by Proton Impact 1970PhRvA...1..528T Tseng, Pratt..........ADS Comments on the Calculation of Relativistic Bremsstrahlung Cross Sections 1970PhRvA...2.1443B Borie, Maximon, Olsen.................ADS Molecular Coherence Effects in Radiation Processes: Bremsstrahlung 1971PhRvA...3..100T Tseng, Pratt..........ADS Exact Screened Calculations of Atomic-Field Bremsstrahlung 1972PhRvA...5.1137R Rozsnyai..............ADS Relativistic Hartree-Fock-Slater Calculations for Arbitrary Temperature and Matter Density 1972PhRvA...5.1630M Maxon.................ADS Bremsstrahlung Rate and Spectra from a Hot Gas (Z=1) 1972........6.2169L Lee, Pratt, Tseng.... (Ref Not right.) 1973PhRvA...7.1502T Tseng, Pratt..........ADS Polarization Correlations in Atomic-Field Bremsstrahlung 1975PhRvA..11.1797P Pratt, Tseng..........ADS Tip region of the bremsstrahlung spectrum from incident electrons of kinetic energy 50 keV-1.84 MeV 1975PhRvA..12..707L Lee, Pratt............ADS Comment on structure near the cutoff of the continuous x-ray spectrum of lanthanum 1976PhRvA..13..131I Ishii, Morita, Tawara................ADS Bremsstrahlung induced by proton and 3He-ion bombardments in the 1-4-MeV/amu energy range 1976PhRvA..13.1714L Lee, Kissel, Pratt, Tseng.................ADS Electron bremsstrahlung spectrum, 1-500 keV 1976PhRvA..14..204P Pindzola, Kelly.......ADS Free-free radiative absorption coefficient for the negative argon ion 1977PhRvA..16..799A Anholt, Salin.........ADS Quasimolecular bremsstrahlung in heavy-ion collisions 1977PhRvA..16.1733P Pratt, Lee............ADS Comment on the use of the low-energy theorem in determining the bremsstrahlung spectrum 1977PhRvA..16.2169L Lee, Pratt, Tseng.....ADS Bremsstrahlung from Atomic Ions 1978PhRvA..18.2517O Olsen, Maximon........ADS High-frequency limit of bremsstrahlung 1979PhRvA..19.1525T Tseng, Pratt..........ADS Electron bremsstrahlung energy spectra above 2 MeV 1979PhRvA..19..187T Tseng, Pratt, Lee.....ADS Electron bremsstrahlung angular distributions in the 1-500 keV energy range 1980PhRvA..21.1397G Gardner, Koch, Bayfield, Sellin, Pegg, Peterson, Crandall..............ADS Electron-capture collisions at keV energies of boron and other multiply charged ions with atoms and molecules. II - Atomic hydrogen 1981PhRvA..23...24Y Yamadera, Ishii, Sera, Sebata, Morita................ADS Quasifree-electron bremsstrahlung induced by the projectile field 1981PhRvA..24...48Q Quarles, Heroy........ADS Atomic-field bremsstrahlung from 50-140-keV electrons 1981PhRvA..24..1358 Feng, Pratt, Tseng....ADS Positron bremsstrahlung 1981PhRvA..24..1720 Chu, Ishii, Yamadera, Sebata, Morita........ADS Quasifree electron bremsstrahlung induced by 20-MeV-proton impact 1981PhRvA..24..2280 Semaan, Quarles.......ADS Bremsstrahlung spectrum from low-energy- electron bombardment of rare-gas atoms 1981PhRvA..24..2866 Lee, Kissel, Pratt, Tseng.................ADS Erratum: Electron bremsstrahlung spectrum, 1 - 500 keV 1982PhRvA..26..3147 Quarles, Semaan.......ADS Characteristic x-ray production by electron bombardment of argon, krypton, and xenon from 4 to 10 keV 1982PhRVA..26..3152 Semaan, Quarles.......ADS Z dependence of atomic-field bremsstrahlung 1983PhRvA..27..3209 Feng, Lamoureux, Pratt, Tseng..........ADS Calculation of free-free Gaunt factors in hot dense plasmas 1983PhRvA..28..609F Feng, Goldberg, Kim, Pratt.................ADS Connection between the bremsstrahlung tip and direct radiative recombination: Angular distributions and polarization correlations 1984PhRvA..29.2440M Morenzoni, Anholt, Andriamonje, Meyerhof..............ADS Angular dependence of K-shell ionization in ion-atom collisions 1984PhRvA..30.2234A Anholt, Meyerhof, Stoller, Morenzoni, Andriamonje, Molitoris, Baker, Hoffmann, Bowman, Xu, and 5 coauthors.......ADS Atomic collisions with relativistic heavy ions: Target inner-shell ionization 1984PhRvA..30.2278I Ishii, Morita.........ADS Continuum x rays produced by light-ion-atom collisions 1985PhRvA..31.3505A Anholt, Eichler.......ADS Eikonal calculations of electron capture by relativistic projectiles 1985PhRvA..31.3579A Anholt................ADS Atomic collisions with relativistic heavy ions. II. Light-ion charge states 1985PhRvA..32.1693K Kim, Pratt, Tseng.....ADS Bremsstrahlung spectra for Al, Cs, and Au atoms in high-temperature, high-density plasmas 1985PhRvA..32.3291M Meyerhof, Anholt, Eichler, Gould, Munger, Alonso, Thieberger, Wegner....ADS Atomic collisions with relativistic heavy ions. III. Electron capture 1985PhRvA..32.3302A Anholt, Meyerhof, Gould, Munger, Alonso, Thieberger, Wegner................ADS Atomic collisions with relativistic heavy ions. IV. Projectile K-shell ionization 1986PhRvA..33.2270A Anholt, Stoller, Molitoris, Spooner, Morenzoni, Andriamonje, Meyerhof, Bowman, Xu, Xu, Rasmussen, Hoffmann...ADS Atomic collisions with relativistic heavy ions. VI. Radiative processes Physical Review C (PhRvC) 1971PhRvC...3.1729B Bergman...............ADS Scattering of 19-30-MeV Alpha Particles from 16O Physical Review D (PhRvD) 1978PhRvD..18.2469R Rückl, Brodsky, Gunion................ADS Production of real photons at large transverse momentum in pp collisions 1981PhRvD..23.1032M Milton, Deraad, Tsai..ADS Electron pair production by virtual synchrotron radiation 1981PhRvD..24.2856D Dechantshreiter, Halzen, Scott.........ADS Accompanied versus unaccompanied prompt photons Physical Review I (PhRvI) 1910PhRvI..30...96H Ham...................ADS Polarization of Röntgen Rays 1910PhRvI..30..638B Bragg.................ADS Secondary Radiation Produced by Beta Rays of Radium Physical Review Letters (PhRvL) 1974PhRvL..33..516T Tseng, Pratt..........ADS Electron Bremsstrahlung from Neutral Atoms 1976PhRvL..37..202T Trauvetter, Greenberg, Vincent....ADS Nucleus-Nucleus Bremsstrahlung from Heavy-Ion Collisions 1977PhRvL..39...48W Wendin, Nurob.........ADS Bremsstrahlung Resonances and Appearance- Potential Spectroscopy near the 3d Thresholds in Metallic Ba, La, and Ce 1984PhRvL..53..234A Anholt, Andriamonje, Morenzoni, Stoller, Molitoris, Meyerhof, Bowman, Xu, Xu, Rasmussen, Hoffman....ADS Observation of Radiative Capture in Relativistic Heavy-Ion-Atom Collisions Physics in Medicine and Biology (PMB) 1978PMB....23.1076D Dick, Soares, Motz....ADS X-ray scatter data for diagnostic radiology Physics Letters A (PhLA) 1972PhLA...39..151S Starek, Aiginger, Unfried...............ADS Bremsstrahlung cross-section measurements at the short-wavelength limit 1974PhLA...47...61S Schnopper, Devaille, Kalata, Sohval, Abdulwahab, Jones, Wegner................ADS X-ray measurements of bremsstrahlung and electron capture by fast positive ions 1974PhLA...49..311A Altman, Quarles.......ADS Electron-field bremsstrahlung at intermediate electron energies 1976PhLA...56..455A Anholt, Saylor........ADS Radiative ionization in slow ion-atom collisions 1976PhLA...57..426R Rahman, Faisal........ADS Cross-sections for Raman-like electron scattering in joint electron-photon excitation of atoms 1978PhLA...69...90O Olsen, Maximon........ADS Effect of resonance scattering in the high frequency limit of bremsstrahlung 1985PhLA..110..387Q Quarles, Carroll, Estep, Lee............ADS Additivity of electron bremsstrahlung in H2S, SO2 and SF6 molecules 1986PhLA..114....9Q Quarles, Carroll, Estep, Lee............ADS Molecular field bremsstrahlung in ethane, ethene and ethyne Physics Letters B 1968PhLB...26..477D Drechsel, Maximon.....ADS Potential model calculation for coplanar and non-coplanar proton-proton bremsstrahlung 1985PhLB..156..400T Tupper................ADS Gluon brems corrections to the amplitude zero in W-->jet+jet+γ 1985PhLB..157..430H Herzog, Kunszt........ADS Hard gluon bremsstrahlung effects on gluino pair production Phyz. 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(Ref is wrong.) 1923ZPhy...13..241H Hund..................ADS Theoretische Betrachtungen über die Ablenkung von freien langsamen Elektronen in Atomen 1923ZPhy...19...17K Kulenkampff...........ADS Die Wellenlänge gestreuter Röntgenstrahlen 1925ZPhy...33...33M Mie...................ADS Bremsstrahlung und Comptonsche Streustrahlung 1929ZPhy...30..514K Kulenkampff...........OOO (p. 513?) 1930ZPhy...61..816T Thibaud, Trillat......ADS Streuung von Röntgenstrahlen in Flüssigkeiten und verschiedenen Substanzen. — Einfluß der Filterung der Bremsstrahlung. — Absorptionskoeffizienten von flüssigen Fettsäuren 1932ZPhy...77..296B Bethe, Fermi..........ADS Über die Wechselwirkung von zwei Elektronen 1933ZPhy...84..145H Heitler...............ADS Über die bei sehr schnellen Stößen emittierte Strahlung 1934ZPhy...88..612W Weizsäcker............ADS Ausstrahlung bei Stößen sehr schneller Elektronen 1937ZPhy..104..335D Droste................ADS Über die Bremsstrahlung der β-Strahlen des Ra E 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951ZPhy..130..632B Blunck................ADS Über den Einfluß der Elektronendiffusion auf die Bremsstrahlung dünner Antikathoden 1951ZPhy..130..641B Blunck, Westphal......ADS Zum Energieverlust energiereicher Elektronen in dünnen Schichten 1954ZPhy..137..435K Kulenkampff, Leisegang, Scheer.....ADS Polarisation, Röntgen-Bremsstrahlung einer dünnen Antikathode 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966ZPhy..197....8A Aiginger..............ADS Elektron-Bremsstrahlungswirkungsquerschnitte von 180- und 380 keV-EIektronen Zeitschrift für Physik A: Atoms and Nuclei, (ZPhyA) 1975ZPhyA.273...29J Jakubaßa, Kleber......ADS Bremsstrahlung in heavy-ion reactions 1976ZPhyA.276..285R Reinhardt, Soff, Greiner...............ADS Nuclear bremsstrahlung and electron-positron pair creation in heavy-ion collisions 1980ZPhyA.297....1I Izycki, Backenstoss, Tauscher,Blüm, Guigas, Hassler, Koch, Poth, Emmoth, Fransson, and 3 coauthors...........ADS Results on the measurement of K-series X-rays from antiprotonic hydrogen 1980ZPhyA.297...11I Izycki, Backenstoss, Tauscher, Blüm, Guigas, Hassler, Koch, Poth, Fransson, Nilsson, and 2 coauthors...........ADS Results of the search for K-series X-rays from kaonic hydrogen Zeitschrift für Physik C Particles and Fields (ZPhyC) 1983ZPhyC..16..211B Benary, Gotsman, Lissauer..............ADS Single photon production and event structure in hadronic interactions at large pT 1983ZPhyC..17..249N Nowak, Praszalowicz...ADS Direct photon production beyond leading log approximation— q+ q→γ+ q+ q contribution Zh. 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