On the Self-Energy of a Bound Electron. [Offprint from: The Physical Review, Vol. 75, No. 3, pp. 388- 398, February 1, 1949].
1949·[College Park, MD]:
by LAMB, Willis E. (1913-2008); KROLL, Norman M.
[College Park, MD]:: Physical Review, 1949., 1949. Offprint. Originnal Wrappers. Includes Errata slip with 7 corrections. Very good. "[In 1948] Kroll and Lamb and, right thereafter, French and Weisskopf submitted their papers on the Lamb shift. Deftly these authors had managed to obtain correct answers by non-covariant methods. . . With the successful completion of the magnetic momemnt and Lamb shift calculations, a solid beachhead had been established in uncharted terrain, the physics of radiative corrections" – Abraham Pais, Inward Bound, pp.460-461. This paper represents a significant step in the research which would, 6 years later, result in Lamb winning the Nobel Prize in Physics. Willis E. Lamb was an American physicist who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1955 for research related to his discovery of the Lamb Shift. Norman M. Kroll was an American theoretical physicist known for his pioneering research in Quantum Electrodynamics, at the Institute for Advanced Study, went on to become a professor of physics at Columbia and later head of the physics department at UCSD. (Inventory #: S13304)
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