# Benjamin W. Lee

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Korean-born American theoretical physicist

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## Benjamin W. Lee's Degrees

- Bachelors Physics Seoul National University

## Why Is Benjamin W. Lee Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, Benjamin Whisoh Lee , or Ben Lee, was a Koreann- American theoretical physicist. His work in theoretical particle physics exerted great influence on the development of the standard model in the late 20th century, especially on the renormalization of the electro-weak model and gauge theory.

## Benjamin W. Lee's Published Works

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- Weak interactions at very high energies: The role of the Higgs-boson mass (1977) (1078)
- Cosmological lower bound on heavy-neutrino masses (1977) (996)
- Delta I = 1/2 Rule for Nonleptonic Decays in Asymptotically Free Field Theories (1974) (547)
- Strength of weak interactions at very high energies and the Higgs boson mass (1977) (432)
- Search for Charm (1975) (381)
- Rare Decay Modes of the K-Mesons in Gauge Theories (1974) (353)
- Natural suppression of symmetry violation in gauge theories: Muon- and electron-lepton-number nonconservation (1977) (342)
- GENERALIZED RENORMALIZABLE GAUGE FORMULATION OF SPONTANEOUSLY BROKEN GAUGE THEORIES. (1972) (227)
- General theory of renormalization of gauge invariant operators (1976) (160)
- Spontaneously Broken Gauge Symmetries. I. Preliminaries (1972) (125)
- Renormalization of the σ-model (1969) (113)
- Transformation Properties of Nonleptonic Weak Interactions (1964) (98)
- PHENOMENOLOGICAL LAGRANGIAN FOR FIELD ALGEBRA, HARD PIONS, AND RADIATIVE CORRECTIONS. (1968) (91)
- Phase Transition in the Nonlinear Sigma Model in Two + Epsilon Dimensional Continuum (1976) (85)
- Spontaneously Broken Gauge Symmetries. II. Perturbation Theory and Renormalization (1972) (76)
- SOME CONSIDERATIONS ON NONLINEAR REALIZATIONS OF CHIRAL SU(3) X SU(3). (1969) (74)
- Renormalization of the σ-model (II) fermion fields and regularization (1969) (70)
- Spontaneously Broken Gauge Symmetries. IV. General Gauge Formulation (1973) (66)
- Algebra of Current Components and Their Moments: An Interpretation of SU(6) (1965) (65)
- Su(3) u(1) gauge theory of the weak and electromagnetic interactions (1977) (64)
- Spontaneously Broken Gauge Symmetries. III. Equivalence (1972) (61)
- RENORMALIZABLE MASSIVE VECTOR-MESON THEORY: PERTURBATION THEORY OF THE HIGGS PHENOMENON. (1972) (52)
- Does Spontaneous Breakdown of Symmetry Imply Zero-Mass Particles? (1964) (50)
- Divergence of the Green's Function Series for Rearrangement Collisions (1961) (49)
- FREDHOLM METHOD IN POTENTIAL SCATTERING AND APPLICATIONS TO COMPLEX ANGULAR MOMENTUM (1963) (38)
- Low Energy Theorem for $\gamma^+ \gamma \to \pi^+ \pi^+ \pi$ (1971) (38)
- Chiral Confinement: An Exact Solution of the Massive Thirring Model (1975) (34)
- Chiral Algebra, Configuration Mixing, and Magnetic Moments (1966) (32)
- Chiral Dynamics, Field-Current Identity, and theKl3form Factors (1968) (28)
- Some considerations on the Efimov-Fradkin method in non-linear field theories (1969) (27)
- ALGEBRA OF CURRENTS AND FORM FACTORS AT FINITE MOMENTUM TRANSFER (1966) (27)
- Renormalization of Gauge Theories: Unbroken and Broken (1974) (26)
- Pion Electromagnetic Mass Difference for Physical Pions (1967) (26)
- MODEL OF WEAK AND ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERACTIONS. (1972) (23)
- Gauge theories and neutrino physics (1978) (23)
- Some Physical Constraints on Gauge Models of Weak Interactions (1973) (19)
- K$pi$ INTERACTION IN THE DOUBLE DISPERSION REPRESENTATION (1960) (18)
- SHELL MODEL OF BARYONS (1964) (17)
- The process vμ+p → vμ+p+π° in Weinberg's model of weak interactions (1972) (16)
- Comment on calculations of the K/sub L/. -->. mu. anti. mu. decay rate in gauge theories (1976) (14)
- Padé approximation and bound states: Exponential potential (1969) (14)
- Estimates of charm production in exclusive neutrino reactions (1976) (13)
- P-WAVE RESONANCE IN PION-PION SCATTERING (1960) (13)
- Second-class currents and very light quarks (1976) (12)
- Chiral Dynamics of Octet Baryons and Nonleptonic Decays of Hyperons (1968) (12)
- Charmed-baryon interpretation of Λ̄π - π - π + and Λ̄π - π - π + π +/- peaks (1977) (12)
- Perspectives on theory of weak interactions (1972) (11)
- CHIRAL ALGEBRA, CONFIGURATION MIXING, MAGNETIC MOMENTS, AND PION PHOTOPRODUCTION. (1966) (10)
- SINGULAR BETHE-SALPETER SCATTERING AMPLITUDES (1964) (10)
- Experimental tests of weinberg's theory of leptons (1972) (10)
- COMPLEX ANGULAR MOMENTUM IN SPINOR BETHE-SALPETER EQUATION (1963) (10)
- Proton-Neutron Mass Difference in a Unified Gauge Model of Leptons and Hadrons (1973) (9)
- Operator Formulation of the Droplet Model (1970) (8)
- Gauge Theories of Microweak CP Violation (1977) (8)
- DYNAMICAL BASIS OF THE SUM RULE 2 /cap XI//in equilibrium/ = $lambda$ $sup 0$- + $Root$3$Sigma$$sup +$$sub 0$. PART II (1965) (6)
- Erratum: Spontaneously Broken Gauge Symmetries. II. Perturbation Theory and Renormalization (1973) (6)
- 1. Gauge invariance in classical field theories (1973) (6)
- Contributions of vector-meson dominance to charmed-meson production in inelastic neutrino and antineutrino interactions (1976) (5)
- TWO-PION EXCHANGE MECHANISM IN K$sup +$ N SCATTERING (1961) (5)
- Induced Neutral Current Effects in Unified Models of Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions (1972) (4)
- Chiral-symmetry-breaking effects on neutrino scattering (1971) (3)
- MODEL OF LOW-ENERGY PION--PION SCATTERING. (1971) (3)
- 11.Path integral quantization (1973) (2)
- Dispersion Relation for Nonrelativistic Potential Scattering (1958) (2)
- 23. Anomalous magnetic moment of the muon in the Georgi-Glasshow model (1973) (2)
- 3. The Higgs mechanism (1973) (2)
- Summary Talk — Status of Accelerator Neutrino Physics (1977) (2)
- Erratum: Estimates of charm production in exclusive neutrino reactions (1976) (1)
- 7. The Weinberg-Salam model (1973) (1)
- Algebra of Currents and Form Factors (1966) (1)
- 12. Path integral formulation of field theory (1973) (1)
- Theorem on Crossing Relations and Its Application toKNandK¯NScattering Processes (1962) (1)
- Dynamical Basis of the Sum Rule 2?--=?-+3S0+ (1964) (1)
- 22. Proof that the renormalized S-matrix is independent of ξ (1973) (0)
- 10. More on model building (1973) (0)
- Study of Positive Kaon-Nucleon Scattering in the Double Dispersion Representation. (1961) (0)
- 14. Intuitive approach to the quantization of gauge fields (1973) (0)
- 9. Models with heavy leptons (1973) (0)
- Addendum; Search for Charm (1975) (0)
- My Perspectives on Particle Physics: Summary of Orbis Scientiae, 1976 (1976) (0)
- 20. Feynman rules and renormalization of spontaneously broken gauge theories: Landau gauge (1973) (0)
- 16. Generating functionals for Green's functions and proper vertices (1973) (0)
- 2. Spontaneuosly broken symmetries (1973) (0)
- 6. Unitary bounds, W-mesons, PCAC (1973) (0)
- 8. Phenomenology of the model. Incorporation of hadrons (1973) (0)
- Path Integrals and Gauge Theories (1974) (0)
- Search for chare (0)
- 4. Review of weak interaction phenomenology (1973) (0)
- Neutrino Physics—Theoretical Considerations (1974) (0)
- 13. The Yang-Mills field in the Coloumb gauge (1973) (0)
- 5. Weak interaction phenomenology (continued) (1973) (0)
- 1.5 Equivalence of the Landau and Coulomb gauges (1973) (0)
- 18. BPHZ renormalization (1973) (0)
- 17. Renormalization in the σ-model (1973) (0)
- Gauge Theories. Course 3 (1976) (0)
- 19. The regularization scheme of 't Hooft and Veltman (1973) (0)

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