According to Wikipedia, Arthur Edward Ruark was an American physicist and academic known for his role in the development of quantum mechanics. He wrote the book Atoms, Molecules, and Quanta with Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner Harold Clayton Urey in 1930, and is the author of numerous scientific papers on quantum physics.

- The Efficiency of Counters and Counter Circuits (1937) (47)
- Atoms, molecules, and quanta (1930) (40)
- The General Theory of Fluctuations in Radioactive Disintegration (1936) (30)
- Helmholtz Coils for Producing Uniform Magnetic Fields (1926) (29)
- Is the Quantum-Mechanical Description of Physical Reality Complete? (1935) (21)
- Coils for the Production of a Uniform Magnetic Field (1939) (20)
- The Roles of Discrete and Continuous Theories in Physics (1931) (15)
- Multiple Scattering of Charged Particles (1940) (14)
- Inner Quantum Numbers for the Neutral Helium Atom (1924) (13)
- The Limits of Accuracy in Physical Measurements. (1928) (12)
- CII. Fine structures of spectrum lines (1925) (12)
- Multiple Electron Transitions and Primed Spectral Terms (1924) (10)
- The D 2 Zeeman Pattern for Resonance Radiation (1923) (7)
- Spectra Excited by Active Nitrogen (1927) (7)
- The Distribution in Time of Counts Due to a Constant Source and Its Daughter in Equilibrium (1937) (6)
- Multivibrator Geiger Counter Circuit (1938) (6)
- The Time Distribution of So-Called Random Events (1939) (5)
- The Zeeman Effect and Stark Effect of Hydrogen in Wave Mechanics; The Force Equation and the Virial Theorem in Wave Mechanics (1928) (5)
- An Interval Meter and Its Application to Studies of Geiger Counter Statistics (1940) (5)
- LXXXVIII. The fine structure and Zeeman effect of complex mercury lines (1926) (5)
- LXIII. The proof of the corollary of carnot's theorem (1925) (4)
- WAVE-LENGTH SHIFTS IN THE SCATTERING OF LIGHT. (1925) (4)
- Composition of Mixed Vapors in the Cloud Chamber (1940) (4)
- Natural Units for Atomic Problems (1931) (4)
- X-Ray Wavelength Scales (1935) (3)
- Stages in the Excitation of the Spectra of Thallium (1923) (3)
- CRITICAL POTENTIALS OF THALLIUM VAPOR. (1923) (3)
- An outline of atomic physics (1955) (3)
- Fine Structures in Non-Hydrogenic Atoms (1924) (3)
- A new method for studying ionizing potentials (1923) (2)
- NOTATION IN ATOMIC STRUCTURE. (1928) (2)
- Differential Equations for the Probability Distribution of Events (1944) (2)
- Note on Events Distributed According to Chance (1944) (2)
- The physical rationale for special relativity (1975) (2)
- The Atomic Weights of Radioactive Substances (1933) (2)
- A Critical Experiment on the Statistical Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics. (1928) (2)
- CLOUD CHAMBER SEARCH FOR PARTICLES IONIZING LESS THAN AN ELECTRON (1958) (2)
- Cloud Chamber Evidence Against the Existence of Heavy Beta-Particles (1938) (2)
- The Electrodeless Discharge (1924) (2)
- On the Half-Lives of Potassium, Rubidium, Neodymium and Samarium (1935) (2)
- The Impulse Moment of the Light Quantum. (1927) (2)
- Wave-length Shifts in Scattered Light (1928) (2)
- The Hydrogen Balmer Series and the Impossibility of Further Corrections to the Quantizing of Hydrogenic Atoms (1923) (2)
- The Spectra of Fifth Group Metals (1923) (1)
- The Exponential Law of Radioactive Disintegration (1933) (1)
- A Method for Obtaining Directly the Second Derivative of a Current-Voltage Characteristic Curve (1925) (1)
- Phenomena in a Cloud Chamber Operated Without a Sweep Field (1940) (1)
- Theory of Radioactive Fluctuations (1935) (1)
- Fast Modulation Effects in the Optical Region (1948) (1)
- Introduction to Modern Physics (1928) (1)
- Actinouranium and the Geologic Time Scale (1933) (1)
- X-Ray Wave-Lengths from Crystals and Ruled Gratings (1934) (1)
- Notation in Atomic Structure (1928) (0)
- The Radium-Uranium Ratio and the Number of Actinouranium Isotopes (0)
- A METHOD FOR OBTAINING DIRECTLY THE SECOND DERIVATIVE OF A CURRENT-VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTIC CURVE. (0)
- Further Evidence Against Heavy Beta-Particles (1938) (0)
- The Half-Life of Actinouranium (1934) (0)
- XXXIV. Notes on active nitrogen (1928) (0)
- DUCTILITY AND FRACTURE RESISTANCE OF SHIP PLATE (1946) (0)
- The Half-Life of Actinouranium and the Problem of Geologic Time (0)
- X-Ray Levels of Radioactive Elements with Applications to Beta and Gamma-Ray Spectra (0)
- A Method for Obtaining Directly the Second Derivative of a Current-Voltage Characteristic Curve (1925) (0)
- CIII. A proposed experiment on resonance radiation and a derivation of the formula for the Doppler shift of scattered or of resonance radiation (1927) (0)
- VISIT OF U.S. CONTROLLED THERMONUCLEAR RESEARCH TEAM TO U.S.S.R., JULY 1960 (1961) (0)
- Evidence Against the Existence of Heavy Beta-Particles (1938) (0)
- Notation in Atomic Structure (1928) (0)
- Practical Uses of Atomic Energy (1966) (0)
- THE EFFECT OF AN ELECTRIC FIELD APPLIED TO A PHOTOGRAPHIC PLATE DURING EXPOSURE. (0)
- The Effect of Intense Light on the Energy Levels of Atoms (1927) (0)
- A Simple Derivation of the Hydrogen Energy Levels in Wave Mechanics (1928) (0)
- Erratum: The Efficiency of Counters and Counter Circuits (1937) (0)
- Analysis of Data on Radioactivity Induced by Neutron Bombardment (1935) (0)
- LII. A proposed test of the space quantization of atoms in a magnetic field (1925) (0)

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