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Student Publications

Research done at SNU: student's names boldface:

Amanda J. McDonald, “‘Maxwell’s Equations’ for Gravitation,” J. Undergraduate Research in Physics 9, 33-36 (May 1991).

Kevin Doggett, “Comment of ‘Precession of the perihelion of Mercury,’” Am. J. Phys. 59, 851-852 (Sept. 1991).

Brian Turner, “A Hamiltonian for Geometrical Optics,” J. Undergraduate Research in Physics 10, 23-28 (Oct. 1991).

Brian Turner and D.E. Neuenschwander, “Generalizations of the Biot-Savart law to Maxwell’s equations using special relativity,” Am. J. Phys. 60, 35-38, (Jan. 1992).

Shawna Starkey and D.E. Neuenschwander, “Adiabatic invariance derived from the Rund-Trautman identity and Noether’s theorem,” Am. J. Phys. 61, 1008-1013 (Nov. 1993).

Will Holmes, “Perturbative Solution for Nonlinear Waves on a Stretched String,” J. of Undergraduate Research in Physics 12, 39-42 (May 1994).

Brent Scales and Kevin Cornelius, “Precession in Newtonian Gravitation, General Relativity, and Pseudo-Newtonian Gravitation,” J. Undergraduate in Physics 12, 7-9 (Nov. 1993).

Kevin Cornelius, “A Comparison of Three Types of Scale Invariance, Am. J. Phys. 63, 474-475 (May 1995).

Brent Eskridge and D.E. Neuenschwander, “A pedagogical model of primordial heliumsynthesis,” Am. J. Phys. 64, 1517-1524 (Dec. 1996).

Geoffrey Taylor and D.E. Neuenschwander, “The adiabatic invariants of plasma physics derived from the Rund-Trautman identity and Noether’s theorem,” Am. J. Phys. 64, 1428-1430 (Nov. 1996).

Geoffrey Taylor, D.E. Neuenschwander, and Carlo Ferrario, “Comment on ‘The adiabatic invariants of plasma physics derived from the Rund-Trautman identity and Noether’s theorem...’” Am. J. Phys. 66, 1016-1017 (Nov. 1998).



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