Professor Mark D. Semon, Bates College.


Papers with links on the Internet

Review of "Mathematical Methods for Accident Reconstruction," in the Journal of Forensic Science.

"Exploring the transition from special to general relativity," with Shimon Malin and Stephanie Wortel

"Physicists in Forensics," Interview in Physics Today

"Two examples of Circular Motion for Introductory Relativity Courses," with Stephanie Wortel and Shimon Malin

"Relativistic E x B acceleration as viewed in the laboratory frame," with Yaakov Friedman

“Relativistic Velocity Space, Wigner Rotation and Thomas Precession” with John A. Rhodes.

“Asymmetry of the Aharonov-Bohm Diffraction Pattern and Ehrenfest’s Theorem,” with J. R. Taylor

“Thoughts on the Magnetic Vector Potential,” with John R. Taylor

“The Aharonov-Bohm Effect: Still A Thought-Provoking Experiment,” with John R. Taylor


“A Dynamical Formulation of the Aharonov-Bohm Effect,” with John R. Taylor


“Expectation Values in the Aharonov-Bohm Effect,” with John R. Taylor

“Expectation Values in the Aharonov-Bohm Effect – II,” with John R. Taylor

“A Review of the Aharonov-Carmi Thought Experiment,” with Jonathan H. Harris

“Experimental Verification of an Aharonov-Bohm Effect in Rotating Reference Frames,”

“Scaling Equation of State Derived from the Pseudospinodal,” with C. M. Sorensen

     
“Cross Sections for Screened Potentials,” with John R. Taylor

" Scattering by Potentials with Coulomb Tails,” with John R. Taylor

“Screened Coulomb Scattering in the Eikonal Approximation,” with John R. Taylor

“Quantum Electrodynamics,” in the MacMillan Encyclopedia of Physics

“Potential Barriers,” in the Macmillan Encyclopedia of Physics


“Note on the Analogy Between Inertial and Electromagnetic Forces,” with G. M. Schmieg

“Spin-Weighted Spherical Harmonics and Electromagnetic Multipole Expansions,” with R.B.S. Brooks
           
“Electrodynamics in Terms of Functions Over SU(2): Quantization,” with A. O. Barut and S. Malin,

“Flubber … Busted!” with Laura Allen,

“Estimating Automobile Speeds from Yaw Marks,” in Forensic Accident Analysis .

“Estimating Automobile Speeds from Yaw Marks, Supplement 2001,” in Forensic Accident Analysis
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“Estimating Automobile Speeds from Yaw Marks, Supplement 2002,” in Forensic Accident Analysis.

“Estimating Automobile Speeds from Yaw Marks, Supplement 2004,” in Forensic Accident Analysis .

Books with Links on the Internet:
 
          
“Student Solutions Manual for Reese’s University Physics Vol. I,” with R.B.S. Brooks and R.L. Reese
           
“Student Solutions Manual for Reese’s University Physics Vol. II, with R.B.S. Brooks and R.L. Reese
           
“Quantum Electrodynamics” and “Potential Barriers,” in MacMillan Encyclopedia of Physics Vol. 3.


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