[8 offprints, including:] Non-Linear Lagrangian Models Invariant Under the Generalized Chiral Groups SL (4,C) and SL (12,C).
by GURSEY, Feza: (1921-1992).
[New York]:: Physics Letters, 1968., 1968. 8 offprints. Original printed and self-printed wrappers. Ver good. INVENTORY: 1. Gursey, Feza. Relation of Charge Independence and Baryon Conservation to Pauli's Transformations. Gursey was with the Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York, pp.1-7, October 29, 1957. BNL 3418. Mimeograph format. 2. GURSEY, Feza. General Relativistic Interpretation of Some Spinor Wave Equations. Il Nuovo Cimento, Serie X, vol. 5, pp. 154-171, Gennaio 1957. 3. GURSEY, Feza. Relativistic Kinematics of a Classical Point Particle in Spinor Form. Il Nuovo Cimento, Serie X, vol. 5, pp. 784-809, Aprile 1957. 4. GURSEY, Feza. On the Group Structure of Elementary Particles. Offprint from: Nuclear Physics 8 (1958) pp. 675-691; North-Holland Publishing Co.; Amsterdam. Rubber stamped "Radiation Laboratory reprint number 242 University of California". Signed by Pais. 5. GURSEY, Feza. On the Structure and Parity of Weak Interaction Currents. Offprint from: Annals of Physics, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 91-117, January 1961. 6. GURSEY, Feza. Reformulation of General Relativity in Accordance with Mach's Principle. Offprint from: Annals of Physics, vol. 24, pp. 211-242, October 196. INSCRIBED TO PAIS FROM AUTHOR. Published date corrected in manuscript. 7. GURSEY, Feza; Chang, P. Non-Linear Lagrangian Models Invariant Under the Generalized Chiral Groups SL (4,C) and SL (12,C). Offprint from: Physics Letters, vol. 26B, no. 8, pp. 520-523, March 18, 1968. 8. GURSEY, Feza; Pais, Abraham. Speculations on CP-Invariance and the 2?-Modes of Long-Lived Neutral K-Particles. From the Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York. 7 pp. Author's copy of the original typed paper. Gursey was a Turkish mathematician and theoretical physicist. While he did significant research in a number of different areas of physics, perhaps his most memorable contributions were the chiral model, which he introduced in 1960, and his work on the SU(6) GUT. Gursey worked at the Brookhaven National Laboratory, the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, and Columbia University, before finally settling at Yale, where he spent the last 20 years of his life.
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