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1951: On the Application of Solutions of Schroedinger's Equation to Problems of Normal Mode Propagation, WHO1-51-77 (Sept. 1951, unpublished).

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1960b: Statistical Mechanics of Relativistic Streams (with M. N. Rosenbluth and K. M. Watson, Physics of Fluids 3, 741, 1960.

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2004b: Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics of Radiation and Matter (with C. Essex and D.C. Kennedy), Variational and Extremum Principles in Macroscopic Systems (Elsevier, 2004).


1960e: Equivalence Principle. General Relativity and Their Observational Tests, UCRL-9176 (March, 1960, unpublished).

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1976d: Neutrino Transport in Collapsing Stars, Proc. 1976 Intl. Neutrino Conference (Aachen, 1976).

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1980a: Thermal Stiffness of Warm Nuclear Matter and Supernova Explosions by Shock Heating (with N. Sack and I. Lichtenstadt), Astrophys. J. 237, 903 (1980).

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1982b: Adiabatic Collapse and Explosion of Low-Mass Iron Stellar Cores (with I. Lichtenstadt), Numerical Astrophysics (ed. J. Centrella, Univ. of Illinois, 1982).

1983a: Effect of Initial Thermal Structure on the Collapse and Explosion of Iron Stellar Cores (with I. Lichtenstadt), Astrophys. J. 276, 746 (1984).

1983b: Calculation of Cosmic Ray Neutrino Flux (with T. K. Gaisser, T. Stanev and H. Lee), 18th International Cosmic Ray Conference (Bangalore, 1983).

1983c: Flux of Atmospheric Neutrinos (with T. K. Gaisser, T. Stanev, and H. Lee), Phys. Rev. Lett. 51, 223 (1984).

1983d: Angular Distribution and Flux of Atmospheric Neutrinos (withT. K. Gaisser, T. Stanev, and H. S. Lee) Proc. Fourth Workshop on Grand Unification (Philadelphia, 1983).

1983e: An Analytic Treatment of Air Shower Development: Depth of Shower Maximum (with M. L. Cherry, A. Dar), UPR-022T, unpublished, 1983.

1984b: Neutrino Production from Discrete High Energy Gamma Ray Source (with H. Lee), Astrophys. J. 290, 28 (1985).

1985a: Three Dimensional Calculation of Flux of Low Energy Atmospheric Neutrinos (with H. Lee), Proc. XIX Intl. Cosmic Ray Conference, La Jolla 5, 454 (1985). 1986a: Low Energy Atmospheric Neutrinos (with H. Lee), Phys. Rev. D37, 122 (1985).

1986b: A Calculation of Low Energy Atmospheric Muon Flux. (with H. Lee) submitted to Phys. Rev. 1986c: The Effects of Neutrino Transport on the Collapse of Iron Stellar Cores. (with E. Myra, Y. Hoffman, I. Lichtenstadt, N. Sack and K. van Riper), Astrophys. J. 318, 744 (1988).

1987a: General Relativistic Collapse with a Soft Nuclear Equation of State, Phys. Reports 163, 47 (1988).

1987b: Theoretical Significance of Detecting Neutrinos from Supernova 1987A (with P. J. Schinder), UPR-0326T, unpublished, 1987.

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1988a: General Relativistic Implicit Hydrodynamics in Polar Sliced Space-Time (with P. J. Schinder and T. Piran), Phys. Rev. D37, 2722 (1988).

1988b: Theoretical Mechanisms for Type II Explosion Dynamics, P. 487-493, Dark Matter (ed. J. Tran Than Van, Editions Frontieres, Gif-sur-Yvette, 1988).

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1988e: Radiative Transport in Spherical Static Space-Time: General Relativistic Tangent-Ray Method for the Variable Eddington Factors (with P. J. Schinder), Astrophys. J. 346, 350 (1989).

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1991c: Seesaw Model Predictions for the Tau-Neutrino Mass (with D. C. Kennedy and P. G. Langacker), 1810 (1991).

1991d: Neutrino Masses and Lifetimes, Proc. First Intl. A. Sakharov Conf. on Physics, Moscow, (Nova Science Publ., 1991).

1991e: Improved Cosmological and Radiative Decay Constraints on Neutrino Masses and Lifetimes, Phys. Rev. D45, 4720 (1992).

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1994c: Preface, (with Feng, Gaisser, Pittel), The Physics of Supernovae, Physics Reports 256,37 (1995).

1995a: Accurate Neutrino Transport is Critical to the Supernova Explosion Mechanism, Bull. 185th Meeting of Amer. Astron. Soc., 1995.

1999d: Closure in Flux Limited Neutrino Diffusion and Two Moment Transport, (with J.M. Smit, L.J. van den Horn), Astronomy and Astrophysics 356, 559 (2000).

2009b: Kepler's Supernova 1604 and the Star of Bethlehem, Highlights of Astronomy, Volume 15. Int. Astronomical Union, General Assembly Rio de Janeiro 2009


1973c: Review of the Solar Neutrino Puzzle, Topical Seminar on Weak Interactions (IC/73/133, Trieste, 1973).

1990b: Solar Neutrinos: Physics Beyond the Standard Model?, Supernovae, Session LIV of Les Houches NATO ASI, (ed. Bludman et al., Elsevier, 1994).

1991b: Solutions to the Solar Neutrino Problem, with D. C. Kennedy and P. G. Langacker, Nuclear Physics B373, 498 (1992).

1992b: Theoretical Implications of the Combined Solar Neutrino Observations, (with D. C. Kennedy and P, G. Langacker), Nucl. Phys. B374, 373 (1992).

1992d Implications of Combined Solar Neutrino Observations and and Their Theoretical Uncertainties, with N. Hata, D.C. Kennedy and P.G. Langacker, Phys. Rev. D47, 2220 (1993).

1993b: Astrophysical Solutions are Incompatible with the Solar Neutrino Observations, (with N. Hata, P. Langacker), Phys. Rev. D49, 3622 (1994).

1996a: Solar Core Homology, Solar Neutrinos and Helioseismology, (with Dallas C. Kennedy), Astro phys. J. 472, 412 (1996).

1998b: Variational Principles for Stellar Structure, (with Dallas C. Kennedy), Astrophys. J. 484, 329 (1997); 492, 854 (1998).

1999a: Analytic Models for the Mechanical Structure of the Solar Core, (with D.C. Kennedy), Astro phys. J. 525, 1024 (1999).

2010a: Classical Scaling Symmetry Implies Useful Nonconservation Laws, arXiv:1002.4670.

2010b: Invariant Relationships Deriving From Classical Scaling Transformations (with Dallas C. Kennedy), arXiv:1008.4086, J. Math. Physics 52, 04902 (2011).

2010c: Scale Invariant Stellar Structure (with Dallas C. Kennedy), arXiv:1008.4281.

2011a: Applications of Classical Scaling Symmetry (with Dallas C. Kennedy), arXiv:1106.1222v1 . 2011b: Scaling Symmetry Makes Spherical Hydrostatics Integrable (with Dallas C. Kennedy), arXiv:1112.4223v1

2012a: How Scaling Symmetry Solves a Second-Order Differential Equation (with Andres Guzman, Dallas C. Kennedy), arXiv:1212.0179.


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1977a: Induced Cosmological Constant Expected above the Phase Transition Restoring Broken Symmetry (with M. A. Ruderman), Phys. Rev. Lett. 38, 255 (1977).

1979a: Clusters of Galaxies Compared with N-Body Simulations: Density Profiles (with M. F. Struble), Astron. J. 84, 40(1979).

1979f: Elementary Particle Symmetry Restoration can Prevent a Cosmological Singularity, unpublished, 1979.

1981a: The Early Universe, Chairman's Summary at Xth Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, Dec. 15-19, 1980, Annals N.Y. Acad. Sci. 375, 419 (1981).

1981b: Elementary Particle Phase Transitions in the Very Early Universe, Cosmology and Particles, Editiones Frontieres (ed. Adouze et al., Paris, 1981).

1982c: Grand Unification Can Avoid the Initial Cosmological Singularity, unpublished, 1982.

1982d: Particle Phase Transitions Can Prevent an Initial Cosmological Singularity, The Early Universe (I.A.U. Symposium No. 104, D. Reidel Publishing Company, 1982).

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1989c: Cosmological Neutrinos and Other Dark Matter, Nucl. Physics B, Proceedings Supplements 14B, 149 (1990).

1995b: Big Bang Nucleosynthesis in Crisis, (with Hata, Scherrer, Steigman, Thomas, Walker and Langacker), Phys. Rev. Lett. 75, 3977 (1995).

1996b: Deuterium Abundances and Cluster Baryon Fractions Used to Obtain Baryonic and Total Mass Densities, Neutrinos, Dark Matter and the Universe (Rencontres de Blois, 1996).

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1998a: Baryonic Mass Fraction in Rich Clusters and the Total Mass Density in the Cosmos, Astrophys. J. 508, 535(1998).

1999c: Vacuum Energy: If Not Now, Then When?, PANIC '99. Proc. 15th International Conf. Particles & Nuclei, Uppsala, 1999 (ed. Faeldt et al., Elsevier, 2000), 865c.

1999e: Vacuum Energy: Es Muss Sein, Proc. Joint European & National Astronomical Conference, (Toulouse (1999), to be published.

2000a: Observed Smooth Energy is Anthropically Even More Likely As Quintessence Than As Cosmological Constant, astro-ph/0002204, Proc. Third Intl. Workshop on Particle Physics and the Early Universe, COSMO-99 (ed. U. Cotti et al, World Scientific, 2000), 113.

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2001a: Quintessence Cosmology, Cosmic Evolution (ed. E. Vangioni-Flam et al, World Scientific, 2001).

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2001c: Observed Smooth Energy Fitted by Parametrized Quintessence, Proc. TAUP2001, DESY 01165, astro-ph/0110489.

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