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Commemorating the Past and Looking Towards the Future (OCPA 2000), Proceedings of the Third Joint Meeting of Chinese Physicists Worldwide

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Overview

This book is not just a conference proceeding covering the full spectrum of physics disciplines. It is also a historic retrospective on the past generation of giants in Chinese physics. It covers the historical tributes by Nobel Laureates Lee and Yang and others to the life and works of Professors Ta-You Wu, Chien-Shiung Wu and Xie Xi-de. In the words of the title in Chinese, as we drink the water let us ponder the source.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789812381224
  • Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/28/2002
  • Pages: 376
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Opening Address 1
Introduction 9
My Respected Teacher Prof. Ta-You Wu 11
The Later Years of Prof. Ta-You Wu 16
A New Method to Solve N-Dimensional Quantum Wave Functions 35
Wu Chien-Shiung the First Lady of Physics 59
High-Energy Astrophysics at the Low-Energy End 62
Recent Development in the Science and Technology of Superconductivity 72
Life and Times of Prof. Xie Xi-De 89
On the Space Solar Telescope in China 99
Quantum Aspects of Beam Physics 106
Physics and Chemistry with Single Molecule: Experiment and Theory 115
The Mechanical Aspects of Double- and Single-Stranded DNA Chains 125
Imaging Electron Fringes on a Quantum Wedge 131
The Relativistic Effects of Doubly Excited [superscript 1,3]P[superscript 0] Resonances in H[superscript -] between n=2 and 3 H Thresholds 134
From "Seahorse" to "Molecular Recording" 137
Pressure Effect on Critical Temperature of Hole-Doped Cuprates Superconductors 140
Scaling Behavior of Superconductor-Insulator Transition in One-Dimensional Arrays of Small Josephson Junctions 143
Modal Transmission-Line Theory of Photonic Band-Gap Structures 145
Neutron Scattering and Its Application in Condensed Matters Physics 148
Computational Many-Body Physics and Parallel Computation in Hong Kong 151
Theory for Insulating V[superscript 2]O[superscript 3] 154
Conductance of Carbon Nanotubes Acting as Quantum Dots 157
Quantum Confinement of Phonon Modes in INAS Quantum Dots 160
The Polyelectrolyte Nature and Large Scale Self-Assembly of the Protein Filaments in F-actin 163
A Proposal for AC Magnetic Guide and Trap of Cold Atoms 166
Large Scale Crystal of C[subscript 60] and PES Study of the Electronic Band Structure of K[subscript 3]C[subscript 60] 169
Magnetic Fingerprints in Superconducting Au[subscript 0.7] In[subscript 0.3] Cylinders 171
Effect of Chain Ends and Entanglement on Segmental Mobility of Polymers under Confinement 174
Experimental Implications of the Dual Colour Solution to the Generation Puzzle 179
Field Theory of the Superluminal Majorana Neutrino and its Oscillation 182
Study on the Property of [tau] Hadronic Decays 185
From BEVALAC to AGS 189
Rare Kaon Decays 191
Formal Derivation of the Chiral Lagrangian for Pseudoscalar Mesons from Quantum Chromodynamics 193
The Glue Inside a Very Large Nucleus 196
Decomposition of SU(N) Connection and Mass Gap in its Effective Theory 198
Recent Progress of Lattice QCD in China 200
Cosmic Ray Muon Measurement by L3 Spectrometer at CERN 203
Yang-Mills Duality as Origin of Generations, Quark Mixing and Neutrino Oscillations 206
Relativistic Generalization of the Post-Prior Equivalence for Reaction of Composite Particles 209
Scintillation Crystal Detector for Low Energy Neutrino Physics 212
TDHF Periodic Orbits and Nuclear Collective States 215
Contribution of Colour-Singlet Process [actual symbol not reproducible] and its Indication 218
Nonperturbative Effects in Operator Product Expansion as the Origin of the Enhancement Factors in the p-meson QCD Sum Rule 221
Generalized Yang-Baxter Relations for Lattice Models and Field Theories 227
Transition from High-Dimensional Chaos to Periodicity by Weak Mutual Resonant Interactions 230
Why are Perturbative Superstring Theories Incomplete? 233
Clocks, Computers, Black Holes, Spacetime Foam and Holographic Principle 235
Recent Developments in M Physics 238
AdS/CFT Correspondence for QCD and Pomeron in Strong Coupling Limit 241
Flat-Histogram and Free Energy Calculation 244
Spinor Calculus and its Application to Gauge Theory, Supersymmetry and Gravity 246
Evidence for Nonvanishing Cosmological Constant in Nonsusy Superstring Models 249
Equilibrium and Oscillation of Dust Cluster System Attraction Mechanism 255
Strange Stars and their Astrophysical Implications 258
Warm Dark Matter Model of Galaxy Formation 261
Chemical Synthesis in the Circumstellar Environment 264
Large-Scale Magnetohydrodynamics of Magnetized Spiral Galaxies 267
The Practical Aspect of Space Weather Research 270
Preliminary Works on the FAST Project 272
YBJ-ARGO Project - A High Altitude Experiment for Cosmic Ray and Astroparticle Physics 274
The Baryon Fractions in Clusters of Galaxies 277
Galactic Star Forming Region: Local and Distant 279
FeK[subscript [alpha]] Lines in Active Galactic Nuclei 282
What Resonances Can Be Observed during Ps-Ps and Ps-Ps[superscript *] Collisions 287
Theoretical Analysis on Four-Wave Mixing with Bose-Einstein Condensates of Dilute Atomic Gases 289
Atoms in Strong Laser Fields and Nonperturbative QED 292
Electronic Spectroscopy of Oriented Medium Sized Molecules: Principle and Applications 295
Exciton Model of LH2 Antenna Complex in Photosynthetic Purple Bacteria 298
Resonance Raman Investigation of Metal-Metal Binding Interactions 301
Quantum Teleportation with Complete Set Bell State Measurement 303
A Study on the Triply Excited Double Rydberg States of La Atom 306
In-Situ Spectroscopic Probe of Solid and Liquid Interfaces in Colloidal Solutions 309
The Investigations of Absolute Optical Oscillator Strengths and Generalized Oscillator Strengths 312
High-Precision Calculations for Four-Body Atomic Systems 314
Photoinduced Reactions in Complexes Consisting of a Magnesium Cation and Methyl Halide Molecules Mg[superscript +](XCH[subscript 3])[subscript n] 317
Near Field Optical Microscopy of Fractal Materials 320
Quantum Interference in Ultracold Atoms 322
Design of the SSRF Magnet Lattice 327
Preliminary Consideration of the ADS Research in China 330
The Physics and Status of the Proposed NTHU Relativistic Photon-Electron Dynamics Laboratory 333
The R&D of Electron Linear Accelerators and their Applications in Tsinghua University, Beijing 336
Future Light Source Technology R&D at the BNL ATF 339
Power Compression by Means of Thyratron in Low Frequency 342
Program 345
Author Index 363
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