Papers by J. A. Wheeler


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1 12.78 505 1953/03/01 Nuclear Constitution and the Interpretation of Fission Phenomena D. L. Hill, J. A. Wheeler
2 10.23 373 1939/09/01 The Mechanism of Nuclear Fission N. Bohr, J. A. Wheeler
3 4.83 82 1937/12/01 On the Mathematical Description of Light Nuclei by the Method of Resonating Group Structure J. A. Wheeler
4 4.17 436 1957/11/15 Stability of a Schwarzschild Singularity T. Regge, J. A. Wheeler
5 3.64 123 1945/04/01 Interaction with the Absorber as the Mechanism of Radiation J. A. Wheeler, R. P. Feynman
6 3.23 96 1955/01/15 Geons J. A. Wheeler
7 2.79 99 1957/07/01 Interaction of Neutrinos and Gravitational Fields D. R. Brill, J. A. Wheeler
8 2.51 71 1936/01/15 Coulomb Wave Functions in Repulsive Fields F. L. Yost, J. A. Wheeler, G. Breit
9 2.35 39 1949/01/01 Energy Spectrum of Electrons from Meson Decay J. Tiomno, J. A. Wheeler
10 2.01 72 1939/05/01 Influence of Atomic Electrons on Radiation and Pair Production J. A. Wheeler, W. E. Lamb
11 1.95 109 1949/07/01 Classical Electrodynamics in Terms of Direct Interparticle Action J. A. Wheeler, R. P. Feynman
12 1.93 122 1937/12/01 Molecular Viewpoints in Nuclear Structure J. A. Wheeler
13 1.34 23 1962/10/15 Causality and Multiply Connected Space-Time R. W. Fuller, J. A. Wheeler
14 0.92 29 1962/06/01 Three-Dimensional Geometry as Carrier of Information about Time R. F. Baierlein, D. H. Sharp, J. A. Wheeler
15 0.85 55 1949/01/01 Some Consequences of the Electromagnetic Interaction between μ--Mesons and Nuclei J. A. Wheeler
16 0.80 18 1933/02/15 Theory of the Dispersion and Absorption of Helium J. A. Wheeler
17 0.78 136 1957/10/15 Collective Motions in Nuclei by the Method of Generator Coordinates J. J. Griffin, J. A. Wheeler
18 0.77 47 1988/08/01 Area of overlap and interference in phase space versus Wigner pseudoprobabilities W. Schleich, D. F. Walls, J. A. Wheeler
19 0.75 46 1949/01/01 Charge-Exchange Reaction of the μ-Meson with the Nucleus J. Tiomno, J. A. Wheeler
20 0.51 20 1936/10/01 The Dependence of Nuclear Forces on Velocity J. A. Wheeler