Papers by R. P. Feynman


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1 1.82 99 1986/12/01 Effective classical partition functions R. P. Feynman, H. Kleinert
2 2.56 91 1978/11/01 Quantum-chromodynamic approach for the large-transverse-momentum production of particles and jets R. P. Feynman, R. D. Field, G. C. Fox
3 4.85 253 1977/05/01 Quark elastic scattering as a source of high-transverse-momentum mesons R. D. Field, R. P. Feynman
4 -0.00 7 1971/07/15 Velocity Acquired by an Electron in a Finite Electric Field in a Polar Crystal K. K. Thornber, R. P. Feynman
5 5.28 224 1971/06/01 Current Matrix Elements from a Relativistic Quark Model R. P. Feynman, M. Kislinger, F. Ravndal
6 -0.03 9 1970/10/01 Some Comments on Baryonic States R. P. Feynman, S. Pakvasa, S. F. Tuan
7 2.20 78 1970/05/15 Velocity Acquired by an Electron in a Finite Electric Field in a Polar Crystal K. K. Thornber, R. P. Feynman
8 12.86 404 1969/12/15 Very High-Energy Collisions of Hadrons R. P. Feynman
9 0.64 86 1964/11/30 Group U(6)⊗U(6) Generated by Current Components R. P. Feynman, M. Gell-Mann, G. Zweig
10 1.28 101 1962/08/15 Mobility of Slow Electrons in a Polar Crystal R. P. Feynman, R. W. Hellwarth, C. K. Iddings, P. M. Platzman
11 7.99 564 1958/01/01 Theory of the Fermi Interaction R. P. Feynman, M. Gell-Mann
12 0.55 38 1957/07/01 Theory of Inelastic Scattering of Cold Neutrons from Liquid Helium M. Cohen, R. P. Feynman
13 -0.29 4 1957/04/01 Superfluidity and Superconductivity R. P. Feynman
14 0.52 7 1956/10/01 Physical Conditions for Ferromagnetic Resonance J. E. Mercereau, R. P. Feynman
15 3.55 248 1956/06/01 Energy Spectrum of the Excitations in Liquid Helium R. P. Feynman, M. Cohen
16 4.71 313 1955/02/01 Slow Electrons in a Polar Crystal R. P. Feynman
17 6.92 318 1954/04/15 Atomic Theory of the Two-Fluid Model of Liquid Helium R. P. Feynman
18 1.35 66 1954/04/15 Proton-Neutron Mass Difference R. P. Feynman, G. Speisman
19 0.61 39 1953/10/15 Relativistic Correction to the Lamb Shift M. Baranger, H. A. Bethe, R. P. Feynman
20 4.61 113 1953/09/15 Atomic Theory of the λ Transition in Helium R. P. Feynman