Rank |
*R*(*p*) |
Citations |
Date |
Title |
Authors |

1 |
22.95 |
1615 |
1935/05/15 |
Can Quantum-Mechanical Description of Physical Reality Be Considered Complete? |
A. Einstein, B. Podolsky, N. Rosen |

2 |
0.40 |
59 |
1929/07/01 |
The Momentum Distribution in Hydrogen-Like Atoms |
B. Podolsky, L. Pauling |

3 |
0.42 |
44 |
1942/07/01 |
A Generalized Electrodynamics Part I—Non-Quantum |
B. Podolsky |

4 |
0.08 |
27 |
1944/04/01 |
A Generalized Electrodynamics Part II—Quantum |
B. Podolsky, C. Kikuchi |

5 |
0.29 |
27 |
1948/01/01 |
Review of a Generalized Electrodynamics |
B. Podolsky, P. Schwed |

6 |
0.08 |
22 |
1928/11/01 |
Quantum-Mechanically Correct Form of Hamiltonian Function for Conservative Systems |
B. Podolsky |

7 |
-0.09 |
10 |
1945/03/01 |
Auxiliary Conditions and Electrostatic Interaction in Generalized Quantum Electrodynamics |
B. Podolsky, C. Kikuchi |

8 |
-0.15 |
6 |
1931/03/01 |
On the Gravitational Field Produced by Light |
R. C. Tolman, P. Ehrenfest, B. Podolsky |

9 |
-0.18 |
5 |
1931/03/15 |
Knowledge of Past and Future in Quantum Mechanics |
A. Einstein, R. C. Tolman, B. Podolsky |

10 |
-0.26 |
1 |
1929/11/15 |
On the Theory of the Smekal-Raman Effect in Hydrogen-Like Atoms |
B. Podolsky, V. Rojansky |

11 |
-0.21 |
1 |
1931/06/01 |
A Tensor Form of Dirac's Equation |
B. Podolsky |

12 |
-0.15 |
1 |
1934/10/15 |
An Interpretation of $\frac{{e}^{2}}{m{c}^{2}}$ and $\frac{h}{\mathrm{mc}}$ |
B. Podolsky |

13 |
-0.44 |
0 |
1938/04/01 |
On Eddington's Treatment of Dirac's Equation |
B. Podolsky |

14 |
-0.40 |
0 |
1940/03/15 |
On the Quantization of Mass |
B. Podolsky, H. Branson |

15 |
-0.38 |
0 |
1947/10/01 |
On the Lorentz Transformation of Charge and Current Densities |
B. Podolsky |