[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
"Uber die Elektrodynamik des Vakuums auf Grund der Quantentheorie des Elektrons," Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab, Math. fys. Medd., 14 (1936), No. 6, on p. 3
Julian Schwinger, ed., Selected Papers on Quantum Electrodynamics (New York, 1958), pp. 92–128, on p. 92.
2
"The Quantum Theory of the Electron," Proc. Roy. Soc., A 117 (1928), 610–624, and 118 (1928), 351–361.
4
Reginald L. Waterfield, A Hundred Years of Astronomy (New York, 1938)
A. S. Eddington, The Internal Constitution of the Stars (Cambridge, 1926), principally Ch. XI, "The Source of Stellar Energy"
Bengt Stromgren, "On the Development of Astrophysics During the Last Half Century," and "The Growth of Our Knowledge of the Physics of the Stars," in J. A. Hynek, ed., Astrophysics (New York, 1951), pp. 1–11 and 172–258.
5
Internal Constitution, pp. 295–296.
6
Ibid., p. 292.
7
Ibid., p. 293.
8
"Das Strahlungsgleichgewicht der Sterne," Zeit. f. Phys., 7 (1921), 351– 397.
9
A. Vibert Douglas, The Life of Arthur Stanley Eddington (New York, 1957), pp. 60–68.
10
Problems of Cosmogony and Stellar Dynamics (Cambridge, 1919), pp. 286–287.
"The Internal Constitution and Radiation of Gaseous Stars," Roy. Astron. Soc., London, Monthly Notices, 79 (1919), 331–332.
11
Stromgren, "The Growth of Our Knowledge," op. cit. (note 4), p. 254
Douglas, Eddington, op. cit. (note 9), Ch. 7.
12
"A Suggested Explanation of Radio-activity," Nature, 70 (1904), 101.
13
"Origins and Consolidation of Field Theory in Nineteenth Century Britain," Hist. Studies Phys. Sci., 5 [1975], 133–260, on p. 161
14
On an Inversion of Ideas as to the Structure of the Universe (Cambridge, 1903).
The Sub-Mechanics of the Universe (Cambridge, 1903).
footnote 68
15
Structure of the Universe, pp. 6 and 17–23.
17
"The Ages and Masses of the Stars," Nature, 114 (1924), 828–829.
18
ibid.
20
"Physico-chemical Considerations in Astrophysics," Jour. Franklin Inst, 206 (1928), 135–142, on p. 136.
21
Ibid., p. 141.
22
Ibid., pp. 137–138
Das Weltgebdude im Lichte der neueren Forschung (Berlin, 1921), pp. 4–5,
23
"Considerations," p. 136
24
Weltgebaude, pp. 1 and 12–13.
25
Weltgebaude, pp. 2–5 and 32–34
"Considerations," p. 141.
26
Weltgebaude, p. 4.
27
Ibid., pp. 40 and 31–32.
28
Ibid., p. 23.
29
"Sub-Atomic Energy," Memoirs and Proceedings of the Manchester Lit. andPhil Soc, 72 (1927–1928), 111.
30
Ibid., p. 117.
Internal Constitution, op. cit. (note 4), p. 316.
31
Internal Constitution, p. v
32
Ibid., p. 57.
Report on Radiation, op. cit. [note 19], p. 80
33
Internal Constitution, p. 305.
34
Ibid., p. 306.
35
The Nature of the Physical World (Cambridge, 1928), p. xi.
36
John W. Yolton, The Philosophy of A. S. Eddington (The Hague, 1960), especially Ch. Ill, "The Doctrine of Structure."
37
Internal Constitution, p. 293.
38
"Sub-Atomic Energy," op. cit. (note 29), p. 103.
39
Internal Constitution, p. 294.
J. C. Maxwell, "Molecules," in Scientific Papers, 2 [New York, 1965], p. 376
40
Space, Time and Gravitation (Cambridge, 1920), p. 61.
Internal Constitution, pp. 294 and 292, respectively.
41
Waterfield, Astronomy, op. cit. (note 4), pp. 228ff.
42
Internal Constitution, pp. 315–316.
Ernest Ruther- ford, "Address of the President... at the [Royal Society] Anniversary Meeting, Nov. 30, 1928," Proc. Roy. Soc., A 122 (1929), 12–13.
Bernard Cohen, The Heart of the Atom [New York, 1967], Ch. X
43
R. A. Millikan, "High Frequency Rays of Cosmic Origin," Proc. Nat'l. Acad. Sci., 12 (1926), 48–55.
"Address of the President," p. 14
44
"Considerations," op. ext. [note 20], pp. 137–138
45
Rutherford, "Address of the President," op. cit. (note 42)
O. Klein and Y. Nishina, "The Scattering of Light by Free Electrons According to Dirac's New Relativistic Dynamics," Nature, 122 (1928), 398–399
Zeit. f. Phys., 52 (1929), 853–868.
46
"Address of the President," op. cit. (note 42), pp. 15 and 12–17.
47
Dirac to Bohr, 26 Nov. 1929
Bohr to Dirac, 24 Nov. 1929 and 5 Dec. 1929
note 83.
"The Impact of the Neutron: Bohr and Heisenberg," Hist. Studies in the Phys. Sci., 3 (1971), 309–323.
48
"A Theory of Electrons and Protons," Proc. Roy. Soc., A 126 (1930), 360–365
49
Ibid., pp. 360–361.
50
Ibid., p. 362.
51
Ibid., p. 363.
"The Impact of the Neutron," op. cit (note 47), pp. 324–326.
52
"Electrons and Protons," p. 363.
53
"On the Theory of Electrons and Protons," Phys. Rev,, 35 (1930), 562– 563
"Two Notes on the Probability of Radiative Transitions," ibid., pp. 939–947.
55
The Principles of Quantum Mechanics (Oxford, 1930), pp. 255–257.
56
"Electrons and Protons," op. cit. (note 48), pp. 361–362.
57
Ibid., p. 364.
58
N. R. Hanson gives in The Concept of the Positron (Cambridge, 1963).
59
Quantum Mechanics, op. cit. (note 55), p. 257.
60
"On the Theory of Electrons and Protons," p. 563
"Two Notes," pp. 939–943. Op. cit. (note 53).
61
Ibid., p. 563.
62
"Quantized Singularities in the Electromagnetic Field," Proc. Roy. Soc., A 133 (1931), 61.
63
Gruppentheorie und Quantenmechanik, 2nd edition (Leipzig, 1931), p. 234.
64
"Der Charakter der Quantenphysik," Naturwissenschaften, 41 (1928), 765–772, on p. 771.
65
"The Conservation of Photons," Nature, 118 (1926), 874–875.
"G. N. Lewis on Detailed Balancing, the Symmetry of Time, and the Nature of Light," Hist. Studies Phys. Sci., 6 (1975), 469–511.
66
"Zur Theorie der Quantenstrahlung," Zeit f. Phys., 30 (1924), 297–319
"Zur Quantenmechanik der Gasentartung," Zeit. f. Phys., 44 (1927), 473–480
O. Klein's "Zur Mehrkorperproblem der Quantentheorie," ibid., 45 (1927), 751–765.
67
"Über das thermische Gleichgewicht zwischen Strahlung und freien Elektronen," Zeit. f. Phys., 18 (1923), 272–286.
68
ibid., p. 274
69
"Quantentheorie des einatomiges idealen Gases," Sitzungsberichte der Preuss. Akad. der Wissen. (1924), pp. 261–267
ibid. (1925), pp. 3–14.
70
"Uber das thermische Gleichgewicht zwischen Quantenatomen u. Hohlraum-Strahlung," Zeit. f. Phys., 33 (1925), 649–655.
71
note 66.
72
"Uber das thermische Gleichgewicht," op. cit. (note 70), p. 649. My italics.
73
"Uber das Gleichgewicht zwischen Materie und Strahlung," Zeit. f. Elektrochem., 31 (1925), 448–449
"Uber die Umwandlung von Atomen in Strahlung," Zeit. f. Phys. Chem., 120 (1926), 60–62.
74
"Uber das Gleichgewicht," p. 448.
75
"Uber die Umwandlung," p. 60.
76
"Uber das Gleichgewicht," pp. 448–449
"Uber die Umwandlung," p. 62.
77
"Uber die thermodynamische Gleichgewichtskonzentration der kosmischen Materie," Zeit. f. Phys., 41 (1927), 711–717.
78
"Radiation and the Disintegration and Aggregation of Atoms," Proc. Nat. Acad. Amer., 12 (1926), 169–173.
79
"The Quantum Theory of the Emission and Absorption of Radiation," Proc. Roy. Soc, A 114 (1927), 243–265
Selected Papers on Quantum Electrodynamics, pp. 1–23.
81
"Quantum Theory ... of Radiation," pp. 260–261.
82
"Theory of Electrons and Protons," p. 362
Bohr to Dirac, 5 Dec. 1929 [Bohr Scientific Correspondence]
84
Jordan's "Gleichgewichtskonzentration der kosmischen Materie," op. cit. (note 77)
85
"Quantised Singularities," op. cit. (note 62), pp. 60–61.
Dirac's Bakerian Lecture. "The Physical Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics," Proc. Roy. Soc., A 180 (1942), pp. 1–40, especially p. 5.
86
"Electrons and Protons," op. cit. (note 48), p. 363.
87
The Development of Quantum Theory (New York, London, and Paris, 1971), p. 50.
88
Dorothy M. Emmet, The Nature of Metaphysical Thinking (London, 1945), p. 87.
89
Quantum Mechanics, op. cit. (note 55).
90
Space, Time and Gravitation, op. cit. (note 40), p. 187.
Eddington's Mathematical Theory of Relativity (Cambridge, 1923)
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