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by Archibald W. Hendry

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S-matrix theory, analyticity, dispersion relations
  • Analyticity of Partial Wave Amplitudes for Unstable Particles, Nuovo Cimento 22, 680 (1961).
  • N Scattering up to Medium Energies, Nucl. Phys. 37, 283 (1962).
  • Pion Photoproduction up to Medium Energies, Nucl. Phys. 40, 296 (1963).
  • Coupling Constant, P-Wave Phase Shifts in Low Energy  N Scattering (with B. Stech), Phys. Rev. 133, B191 (1964).
Threshold effects
  • S-Matrix Poles Close to Threshold (with W.R. Frazer), Phys. Rev. 134, B1307 (1964).
  • Interpretation of the State as a Jp=1-/2 Resonance (with R.G. Moorhouse), Phys. Letts. 18, 171 (1965).
Regge theory
  • High Energy Ladder Diagrams and Regge Trajectories (with J. Cumming), Phys. Letts. 2, 314 (1962).
  • On the Veneziano Formulation of  N Scattering (with S.T. Jones and H.W. Wyld, Jr.), Nucl. Phys.B15, 389 (1970).
SU(3) and higher symmetries
  • An Introduciton to Higher Symmetries, Rutherford Lab. Lecture Series, RHEL R/102 (1965).
  • Strangeness + 1 Baryons in U(6)  U(6) (with R.G. Moorhouse and J.E. Paton), Phys. Rev. 159, 1340 (1967).
  • The SU(3) Structure of Jp=3-/2 Baryons, Zeitschrift fur Physik 206, 345 (1967).
Quark models
  • Bound States of a Quark-Antiquark System, Nuovo Cimento 43, 1191 (1966).
  • Mass Relations for the 56, 70 and 20 Representations in a Quark Model, Nuovo Cimento 48, 780 (1967).
  • Harmonic Oscillator Model for Baryons I (with D. Faiman), Phys. Rev.173, 1720 (1968).
  • Harmonic Oscillator Model for Baryons II (with D. Faiman), Phys. Rev.180, 1609 (1969).
  • Electromagnetic Decays of Baryon Resonances in the Harmonic Oscillator Model (with D. Faiman), Phys. Rev. 180, 1572 (1969).
  • Nucleon Isobar Excitation in +p Scattering (with J.S. Trefil), Phys. Rev. 184, 1680 (1969).
  • Metastable Exotic Mesons (with I. Hinchliffe), Phys. Rev. D18, 3453 (1978).
  • Hadron Mass Relations in a Charmed Quark Model with Broken SU(8) Symmetry (with D.B. Lichtenberg), Phys. Rev. D12, 2756 (1975).
  • The Quark Model (with D.B. Lichtenberg), Rep. Prog. Phys.  41, 1707 (1978).
  • Properties of Hadrons in the Quark Model (with D.B. Lichtenberg), Fortschr. der Physik 33, 1 (1985).
Impact parameter representation of high energy scattering.
  • Model for Scattering at All Angles (with S.Y. Chu), Phys. Rev. Lett.25, 313 (1970).
  • Analysis of +p Elastic Scattering at 2.74 to 4.0 GeV/c at All Angles (with S.Y. Chu), Phys. Rev. D4, 2743 (1971).
  • 5 GeV/c Pion Nucleon Scattering at All Angles (with S.Y. Chu), Phys. Rev.  D4, 3282 (1971).
  • On the Equivalence of Regge and Optical Models, Phys. Rev, D5, 215 (1972). 
  • Regge and Optical Models; Proceedings of ZGS Workshops (summer, 1971), Vol. I.
  • Proton-Proton Polarization Data: Possible Evidence for Exotic Peripheral Resonances (with S.Y. Chu), Phys. Rev. D6, 190 (1972).
  • A Unified Picture of Proton-Proton Elastic Scattering at All Angles from 3 to 24 GeV/c (with T.Y. Cheng and S.Y. Chu), Phys. Rev. D7, 86 (1973).
  • Are Regge and Optical Models Equivalent, by an Amplitude Rotation?, Phys. Rev. D7, 910 (1973).
  • Theoretical Models for Proton-Proton Elastic Polarization (with G.W. Abshire), Phys. Rev. D10, 3662 (1974).
  • Evidence for Coherent Effects in Large Angle Hadron-Hadron Scattering, Phys. Rev. D10, 2300 (1974).
  • Peripheral Scattering and an S-Channel Regge Approach to Particle Scattering (with S.Y. Chu), AEC report C00-2009-57.
  • Structures in Proton-Proton Elastic Scattering and their Interpretation, Proceedings of the Argonne ZGS Workshop on Polarization Phenomena (July, 1974).
  • Measurement of the Depolarization Paramenter in Elastic Proton-Proton Scattering at 3 and 6 GeV/c (with G.W. Abshire et al.), Phys. Rev. D12, 3393 (1975).
  • Structure of ANN(90°), Phys. Rev. D23, 2075 (1981).
High mass, high spin baryon resonances
  • + Proton Partial Wave Amplitude Analysis up to 10 GeV/c, Proceedings of the Conference on Baryon Resonances, Oxford University, England (1976) (ed. R.T. Ross and D.H. Saxon) p. 29.
  • High Mass, High Spin Delta Resonances, Proceedings of the XVIII International Conference on High Energy Physics, Tbilisi, USSR (1976), Vol. I, p. C34.
  • The Importance of Pion-Nucleon Polarization near the Backward Direction, Proceedings of the Symposium on High Energy Physics with Polarized Beams and Targets, Argonne National Laboratory (1976) (ed. M.L. Marshak) American Institute of Physics Conf. Proc. No. 35, p. 54.
  • Report of the Technical Advisory Panel on Nucleon-Nucleon Scattering with Polarized Beams and Targets (chairman), ANL-HEP-TR-78-19 (1978).
  • Analysis of Pion-Nucleon Scattering up to 10 GeV/c, Phys. Rev. Lett.41, 222 (1978).
  • High Mass N* and * Resonances, Invited Talk, Baryon 1980, Proc. IVth Intl. Conference on Baryon Resonances (ed. N. Isgur) University of Toronto (1980), p. 113.
  • Pion-Nucleon Scattering up to 10 GeV/c, Ann. Phys. (N.Y.) 136, 1 (1981).
  • Decays of High-Spin * and N* Resonances in the Quark Model, Ann. Phys. (N.Y.) 140, 65 (1982).
Structure functions
  • Slopes, Coherence and Compositeness in High Energy Collisions with Nuclei (with D. Lichtenberg and E. Predazzi), Nuovo Cimento 77A, 147 (1983).
  • Ratio of the Nucleon Structure Function F2 for Heavy Nuclei and Free Nucleons (with D.B. Lichtenberg and E. Predazzi), Phys. Lett. 136B, 433 (1984).
  • Dependence on Atomic Weight of the Ratio of the Structure Functions for Bound and Free Nucleons (with D.B. Lichtenberg and E. Predazzi), Nuovo Cimento 92A, 427 (1986).
The solar neutrino puzzle
  • A Polytropic Solar Model, Amer. J. Phys. 61, 907 (1993).
  • Neutrinos in a Phenomenological Solar Model (with J. Tsai), report.
Teaching and historical articles
  • A Triple Rainbow? The Physics Teacher 41, 460 (November 2003)
    • We review the formation of rainbows and describe an experiment to demonstrate rainbow angles.
  • Johannes Kepler and Extra Dimensions. The Physics Teacher 42, 108 (February 2004)
    • We illustrate the power of extra dimensions in terms of Kepler's model of the solar system as he knew it.
  • Newton's Apple,The Physics Teacher 45,294-298 (2007).
    • Where would the apple land? We follow the controversy between Hooke and Newton on this issue.
  • Recreational Impulses
    • By applying a graphical technique used by Hooke and Newton, we determine the orbits that result from various forms of central forces.
  • Age of the Earth: The 'biblical' 6000 years
    • Details are presented of how James Ussher decided that Creation occurred in the year 4004 BC.
  • Age of the Earth: Kelvin's 100 million years
    • (in preparation)
  • Kelvin's Relentless Pursuit of the Sun's Energy
    • We follow Kelvin's twists and turns in mid-nineteenth century to identify the source of the Sun's vast reservoir of energy.