Questions tagged [specific-reference]

Use this tag for questions seeking a single specific paper or a short, non-open-ended list of references, like "What paper first discovered X?", "Where can I find the original derivation of X?", or "What is the canonical source for X?" etc. Also for requests for hard-to-find electronic copies of resources when the exact reference is known. NOT TO BE USED for generic requests for resources (use [resource-recommendation] for that).

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Confused by coefficients that don't list their units

Let's suppose we calculate the energy released by the decay/fission of 1 kilogram of plutonium-239. Can we find the energy released in one kilogram of decay? Wikipedia says there's $3.318*\times10^{-...
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What is this dynamics book that has questions and it's solutions?

I found these questions online and was amazed by how organized this book was so it would be really helpful to know it's name
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Where did Henry Poincare state that we should not sum linear movements with curvilinear movements?

Years ago, I was arguing with a P.h.d. in Relativity, and he showed me a print screen that Henri Poincare stated that we should not sum curvilinear movements with linear ones. But, I lost that print ...
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Schuller Quantum Theory Problem Sheets

Does anyone have the problem sheets from Schuller's lectures "Lectures on Quantum Theory"? Or does anyone know a way how to obtain them? I tried emailing Schuller, but no reply.
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What exactly is A. A. Robb's version of "the result first proved by Robb (1936)"?

Considering four distinct events in a spacetime region in which values of Synge's world function $\sigma$ are defined (up to a common non-zero factor) for each pair of events, and specificly ...
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The Copenhagen Interpretation

What are the actual papers in which Bohr, Born, and others proposed the Copenhagen interpretation? I know that Bohr himself didn't use the term, but I assume that he outlined the way of understanding ...
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Source of a problem on pion-proton interaction in elementary particles

What book is this picture taken from? It is page 383 of the book in question.
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Original BPS state paper by Bogomol'nyi

I've been searching for the original paper by E.B. Bogomol'nyi titled "The Stability of Classical Solutions" online, and have yet to find a resource which holds it. So far, the closest I've ...
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Frederic Schuller lecture notes

I saw that Frederic Schuller gave a lecture on statistical physics almost 10 years ago. Does anyone have the corresponding lecture notes? Unfortunately, the link https://eswirdeinskriptgeben.wordpress....
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Is there any English Translation of Kepler's Works?

Is there any English Translation of Johannes Kepler's Works? I just have "Harmonies of the World". I'm looking for "New Astronomy and Epitome of Copernican Astronomy".
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Qualitative difference of excitations in Fermi VS Bose superfluids

Assume that we have an electrically neutral interacting gas (or liquid) of Bose or Fermi particles in a superfluid state. For simplicity, assume that the particles interact via an assigned central ...
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Where can I find Einstein's paper on relativity first to end?

Is there online resource where I can find Einstein's all papers on Relativity. I found something here. But no title contains "Relativity". So I think I can't find what I was expecting but ...
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"Bogus Axioms of Continuum Mechanics"

In this very interesting IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics article on the sources of irreversibility in thermodynamics [1] L.C. Woods writes This author has latterly published two articles on the &...
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Mathematical method of classical Mechanics Arnold [closed]

I wanted to know that is there any textbook or PDF file containg suloutin of the book Mathematical methods of classical mechanics by Arnolʹd Some of the questions are really hard.
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English translation of Preisach's paper "Über die magnetische Nachwirkung"

This paper [1] has been already cited 2000+ times according to the statistics of Google Scholar. Hence I assume there should be English translated version for such a classic paper on hysteresis but I ...
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Japanese book on 3D Ising model and higher dimensional CFT

So I came across this Japanese book by Yu Nakayama on the conformal bootstrap, called "高次元共形場理論への招待―3次元臨界Ising模型を解く" (Invitation to High Dimensional Conformal Field Theory - Solving 3D ...
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Polchinski's notes on CPT and Spin-Statistics

On Polchinski's website for Physics 221B, QFT, Winter 2015, there is a link that is supposed to contain notes on CPT and Spin-Statistics, but the link is dead. Does anybody have these notes, and if so ...
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In what paper did Einstein posit the cosmological constant?

Einstein's seminal papers On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies and Explanation of the perihelion movement of Mercury from general relativity were fundamental in the descriptions of Special and ...
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Volume density of primordial black holes

I have found many papers dealing with the mass distribution of primordial black holes, but I cannot seem to find any that deals with the spatial distribution. I need the number of PBHs in a unit ...
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Has there been a followup paper?

I am reading this paper M. Christodoulou et al. Planck-star tunneling-time: an astrophysically relevant observable from background free quantum gravity Phys. Rev. D. 94 (2016) 084035 At the end they ...
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Which paper introduced the concept of the "Bloch sphere"?

Everyone loves Bloch sphere, but which paper of Bloch was it introduced? The Wikipedia article on Bloch sphere (here), as of 17/May/2021 links to this paper of Bloch “Nuclear Induction” but it doesn’t ...
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3+ electron wave function expansion coefficients for atoms

I was curious if anyone knows of any published coefficients for 3+ electron ground state wave function expansions. For example, I have recently come across a paper "Ground State of the Helium ...
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English translation of Oseen's book on Hydrodynamics

Is there an English translation of Oseen's 'Neure methoden und ergebnisse in der Hydrodynamik' available anywhere? I could not find it on Amazon. Google search didn't shed any light. I believe that ...
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Translation of Fock's original paper?

Has the original paper on the Fock space [1] ever been translated to English? I'm not looking for things like Cook's paper [2], what I want is a faithful traslation from German (if it exists). [1] V. ...
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Modify Newton's gravity to cure the action at a distance

Take a bunch of particles (can be point particles) at ${\bf{x}}_i(t)$ and of mass $m_i>0$. The gravitational field is defined by the Poisson equation $$ \nabla^2 \Phi({\bf{x}},t) = 4 \pi G \rho({\...
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Original reference for Binary star system orbital seperation decay rate due to GW emission

Could someone please point me in the direction of who first derived the equation for the orbital separation decay rate of two point masses in a binary system due to the emission of gravitational waves:...
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Experiments to show that a voltmeter measures energy per unit charge

In "Physics for the Inquiring Mind" by Eric Rogers, an experiment is described to show that a voltmeter (considered as a black box) indeed measures work done per unit charge by measuring the ...
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Solution manual to Fetter & Walecka Quantum Theory of Many-Particle Systems [closed]

I am a senior physics major guy, I am trying to self-learn QFT and many body dynamics. I was doing okay till chapter 3. I am in need to a solution manual to see if I am getting the answers correctly ...
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Where can I find a paper by Grose, 1983?

I would like to read the Paper "Orifice flow at low Reynolds number" by Grose published in 1983. It seems to be cited a few times, also in recent publications. The best meta-data on the ...
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Reference of the 1st derivation of elastic relativistic collision in one dimension

I am researching in the relativistic collisions. Do you know what is the first paper or book derived the final velocities in terms of initial velocities in one dimension? I found the derivation on ...
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What are the dynamics of an atom and photon, as the atom absorbs the photon in the quantum mechanical picture?

Atoms can absorb photons, and when they do, an electron "orbiting" that atom moves up an energy level. I was wondering what the dynamics of this interaction was? Precisely how is the photon ...
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Problems finding some Sovjet references [closed]

I'm trying to find any of these references below. I. D. Yaroshetskii and S. M. Ryvkin, in Problems of Modern Physics (in Russian), ed. V. M. Tuchkevich and V. Ya. Frenkel (Nauka, Leningrad, 1980), pp....
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Reference needed for effective gravitational potential in General Relativity

In Wikipedia ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Two-body_problem_in_general_relativity ) one can find the following expression for the effective gravitational potential in the Schwarzschild approximation ...
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Surprisingly substantial 1980's popular science book about particle physics

As a teenager, back in the late 1980's or possibly very early 1990's, I came across a very nice popular science book on particle physics in my hometown library, that I probably borrowed and read at ...
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Looking for this particular reference

I am studying this paper: Gravitational radiation from a particle infalling radially into a Schwarzschild black hole by Davis et al. It deals with the calculation of the energy spectrum of the ...
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Where are the references in this paper? [closed]

I do not know if this is the correct place to ask this but I do not know where else to ask. This paper https://doi.org/10.1016/0920-5632(90)90647-D has 15 references at the end. However, in the text ...
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Another old Soviet Paper

I'm interested in a paper by Prof. E.E. Nikitin from $1962$. The reference from the book is: "E.E. Nikitin: Opt. Spektrosk. $13$, $761$ ($1962$) [English transl.: Opt. Spectrosc. USSR $13$,$431$ ...
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Advanced quantum field theory by David Tong [closed]

I am looking for the advanced quantum field theory PDF by David Tong, possibly called symmetries and particle physics. I have his quantum field theory PDF and am looking for his PDF on advanced ...
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PDF lecture notes of various courses by Leonard Susskind

Leonard Susskind had recorded many video lectures across many branches of physics and all of can be found on this official website. Pdf versions of three of the video courses (taken and shared by some ...
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Nicholas Gisin's papers about Time in Physics

I recently read the article from QuantaMagazine which says Over the past year, the Swiss physicist Nicolas Gisin has published four papers that attempt to dispel the fog surrounding time in ...
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Solutions to David Tong's exercises?

I am a mathematician taking a course in relativistic quantum mechanics and I am really struggling with a lot of it. I am trying to do a few more questions to get used to the material, but it would ...
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Looking for Burke and Scott Special Relativity Primer

I'm looking for William Burke and Peter Scott's Special Relativity notes. They are very useful as they use a novel approach to space-time diagrams. I used them long ago, but I cannot find them online ...
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Where can I find the original experiment that lead to this discovery of "new fundamental underwater force"?

I read this article Discovering a new fundamental underwater force which describes the discovery of the mechanism that causes particles in stratified fluids, e.g. the oceans, to move towards others ...
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How does the EM-field really look like in the foci?

In geometric optics, the ancient Greeks and Descartes have learned us that... ...a parabolic mirror reflects lightrays coming in from infinity all towards its focus. ...an ellipsoidal mirror (with ...
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Who introduced the idea of Hilbert Spaces in physics?

I'm looking for the foundational paper / book that connected Quantum Mechanics and Hilbert spaces. EDIT: I've just read the first chapter of Neumann's "Mathematical Foundations Of Quantum ...
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$(0,2)$ worldsheet SUSY implies ${\cal N}=1$ spacetime SUSY (reference request)

In [1] they write that "Boucher et al. [14] found quite generally that $(0, 2)$ world-sheet SUSY ensures the existence of $N = 1$ spacetime SUSY." But this reference "[14]" they cite just says: "...
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Can there be an **essential topic** in physics which cannot be archimedean? [closed]

In physics it seems everything is explained with $\mathbb R$ or $\mathbb C$ typed entitites. Is there anything in or that would be in future in physics that would need the utility of $p$-adics in an ...
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Where can I find the paper from Maxwell Garnett?

I am looking for this paper: Maxwell Garnett, J. C., “Colours in metal glasses and metal films,” Philos. Trans. R. Soc. London, Sect. A, Vol. 3, 385–420, 1904. Does anyone know where I can find it. ...
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In which of Einstein's papers did he first propose interpreting square of light wave amplitude as probability of detecting photon? [closed]

In Max Born's Nobel lecture, he alludes to Einstein's proposed interpretation of EM wave amplitude (squared) as being the probability of detecting a photon: "Again an idea of Einstein’s gave me the ...
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NAS report on fast ignition

I'm looking for a paper, or much more likely a small part of a large report, by the National Academy of Sciences from around 2013 on the topic of fusion. The report mentions the fast ignition approach ...

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