Biographical Memoirs: Volume 61
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The specific ionization of high speed particles. Rev. Mod. Phys. 11:222-29.
1940 Cosmic ray magnet. Carnegie Inst. Washington Yearb. 39:116-17.
1941 Cosmic ray magnet. Carnegie Inst. Washington Yearb. 40:120-21.
Design and characteristics of a magnet for cosmic ray cloud chamber studies. Annu. Mtg. Natl. Acad. Sci., April 28, 1941; Science 93:435; Nature 147:749-50.
1949 The mass of the mesotron. Rev. Mod. Phys. 21:37-41.
With J. G. Retallack. The mass of the cosmic ray mesotrons. Phys. Rev. 75:1716-21.
The multiplicity of production and mass spectrum of cosmic ray mesons Nuovo Cimento Suppl. 6:1-8.
1950 With T. C. Merkle, Jr., and E. L. Goldwasser. The intensity and masses of cosmic ray particles Phys. Rev. 79:926-28.
1952 Graduate study and research in physics. Am. J. Phys. 20:98-100.
1955 Positive excess of high energy mesons. Phys. Rev. 99:610.
1956 With A. Goodwin, Jr. Extraordinary increase of the cosmic radiation on February 23, 1956 Phys. Rev. 103:377.
1960 With R. R. Brown and W. R. Steiger. Solar flare cosmic ray increase of May 4, 1960. J. Geophys. Res. 65:4200.