[5 offprints, including:] Formale Korrespondenz, Faktorenreihenfolge und Poisson-Klammern.
by HAAG, Rudolf (1922-2016).
[Berlin]:: Zeitschrift Fur Naturforschung, 1952., 1952. 5 offprints. Original printed and self-printed wrappers. Very good. INVENTORY: 1. HAAG, Rudolf. Formale Korrespondenz, Faktorenreihenfolge und Poisson-Klammern. Zeitschrift Fur Naturforschung, band 7a, Heft 2, pp. 207-208, 1952. Signed by Pais. 2. HAAG, Rudolf. Zur korrespondenzmaßigen Theorie der Spinwellengleichungen. Zeitschrift Fur Naturforschung, Band 7a, Heft 7, pp. 449-458, 1952. Signed by Pais. 3. HAAG, Rudolf. Uber die Objektivierbarkeit der Zustande in der nichtrelativistischen Quantenmechanik. Zeitschrift Fur Naturforschung, band 8a, Heft 1, pp.13-16, 1953. Signed by Pais. 4. HAAG, Rudolf. On Quantum Field Theories. Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab, Matematisk-fysiske Meddelelser, bind 29, nr. 12, pp. 1-37, 1955. Brown printed wrappers. 5. HAAG, Rudolf. Die Selbstwechselwirkung des Elektrons. Zeitschrift Fur Naturforschung, Band 10a, Heft 9/10, pp. 752-761, 1955. Signed by Pais. / Haag was a German physicist, best known for his works in the algebraic formulation of axiomatic quantum field theory. Haag's theorem demonstrates the nonexistence of a unitary time-evolution operator in the interaction picture. He spent his early years at the Max Planck Institute, Princeton University, University of Marseille, and the University of Illinois, before taking the chair for theoretical physics at the University of Hamburg in 1966, where he remained until his retirement. He won the Max Planck Medal in 1970, and was an inaugural recipient of the Henri Poincare Prize (presented by the International Association of Mathematical Physics) in 1997.
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