# John Stewart Bell

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Northern Irish physicist

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## John Stewart Bell's Degrees

- PhD Physics Queen's University Belfast

## Why Is John Stewart Bell Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, John Stewart Bell FRS was a physicist from Northern Ireland and the originator of Bell's theorem, an important theorem in quantum physics regarding hidden-variable theories. In 2022, the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Alain Aspect, John Clauser, and Anton Zeilinger for work on Bell inequalities and the experimental validation of Bell's theorem.

## John Stewart Bell's Published Works

### Published Works

- Electrodynamics of continuous media (1961) (10058)
- Quantum mechanics: Non-relativistic theory, (1959) (6775)
- On the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox (1964) (5822)
- Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics (1989) (3785)
- On the Problem of Hidden Variables in Quantum Mechanics (1966) (3456)
- Speakable and Unspeakable in Quatum Mechanics (1988) (2573)
- A PCAC puzzle: π0→γγ in the σ-model (1969) (821)
- A PCAC puzzle: pi0-->gammagamma in the sigma-model (1969) (455)
- BERTLMANN'S SOCKS AND THE NATURE OF REALITY (1981) (398)
- On the impossible pilot wave (1982) (270)
- Schrödinger: Are there quantum jumps? (1987) (201)
- A formal optical model (1959) (200)
- Electrons as accelerated thermometers (1983) (193)
- On Wave Packet Reduction in the Coleman-HEPP Model (1974) (172)
- The Unruh Effect and Quantum Fluctuations of Electrons in Storage Rings (1987) (142)
- Quantum Mechanics, Non‐Relativistic Theory: Vol. 3 of Course of Theoretical Physics (1958) (132)
- Time reversal in field theory (1955) (131)
- Current algebra and η → 3π (1968) (94)
- Quantum field theory of without observers (1986) (89)
- The Measurement Theory of Everett and De Broglie’s Pilot Wave (1976) (84)
- Shifman-Vainshtein-Zakharov moments and quark-antiquark potentials (1981) (83)
- Six possible worlds of quantum mechanics (1992) (83)
- Dirac equations with an exact higher symmetry (1975) (79)
- Subject and Object (1973) (77)
- 2π Decay of the K20 Meson (1964) (72)
- Atomic-cascade photons and quantum-mechanical nonlocality (1995) (66)
- NUCLEAR OPTICAL MODEL FOR VIRTUAL PIONS (1964) (58)
- How many worlds? (1974) (53)
- CVIII. The nuclear spin-orbit coupling (1956) (50)
- Capture of Cooling Electrons by Cool Protons (1981) (48)
- On solitons with half integral charge (1982) (47)
- Gluon condensate potentials (1983) (46)
- On the Low-Burnett-Kroll theorem for soft-photon emission (1969) (44)
- EPR Correlations and EPW Distributions (1986) (43)
- Indeterminism and Nonlocality (1997) (39)
- Weak Interactions of Kaons (1989) (36)
- Equal-time commutator in a solvable model (1967) (35)
- A PCAC PUZZLE: $pi$$sup 0$ $Yields$ $gamma$$gamma$ IN THE sigma-MODEL. (1969) (34)
- Particle-hole conjugation in the shell model (1959) (34)
- Double Poles and Nonexponential Decays (1965) (33)
- Mesonic effects in beta-decay (1958) (31)
- Einstein–Podolsky–Rosen experiments (1995) (30)
- Pion mass difference and current algebra (1967) (27)
- Hadronic vacuum polarization and gμ−2 (1969) (25)
- On current algebra and CVC in pion beta-decay (1967) (25)
- Quasi-elastic neutrino-nucleus interactions (1971) (25)
- On muon capture in heavy nuclei (1964) (23)
- Pion and strange particle production by 1 GeV neutrinos (1962) (23)
- The Unruh effect in extended thermometers (1985) (22)
- TestingQ2 duality with non-relativistic potentials (1980) (21)
- A theoretical and experimental investigation of anisotropic-dielectric-loaded linear electron accelerators (1957) (21)
- The theory of nuclear matter (1961) (21)
- Partons of a One-Dimensional Box (1978) (21)
- Current algebra and gauge variance (1967) (21)
- George Francis FitzGerald (1992) (20)
- On states, on a lattice, with half-integral charge (1983) (20)
- Intermediate boson production by neutrinos (1963) (20)
- Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics: The moral aspect of quantum mechanics (1966) (19)
- NEAR-FORWARD NEUTRINO REACTIONS ON NUCLEAR TARGETS (1970) (18)
- Hydrogen atom on null-plane and Melosh transformation (1975) (18)
- On duality between resonances and free quark-antiquark pairs (1979) (17)
- SVZ moments for charmonium and potential model (1984) (16)
- Electromagnetic properties of unstable particles (1962) (15)
- Partons of a spherical box (1978) (15)
- Perspectives In Quantum Theory. Essays in Honor of Alfred Landé. Wolfgang Yourgrau and Alwyn van der Merwe, Eds. M.I.T. Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1971. xl, 282 pp., illus. $17.50 (1972) (12)
- Bremmsstrahlung from multiple scattering (1958) (12)
- Geological and Historical Perspective (1990) (11)
- Nuclear magnetic moments and the many body problem (1957) (11)
- A Theoretical Argument for Something Like the Second Melosh Transformation (1974) (10)
- Positronium on null-plane and melosh transformation (1976) (9)
- Froissart bounds with any spin (1969) (9)
- Many-Body Problem with One-Body Forces (1959) (8)
- Polarisation of vector bosons produced by neutrinos (1963) (8)
- Vertical Focusing in the Microtron (1953) (7)
- Constraints to Development (1990) (7)
- JWKB connection for radial wave functions and bound-state/free-state duality (1979) (6)
- Ũ12, its 143 momenta, its little groupU6 ×U6 and its irregular couplings (1965) (6)
- Electron Cooling in Storage Rings (1981) (6)
- Fluctuation Compressibility Theorem and Its Application to the Pairing Model (1963) (6)
- A New Focusing Principle applied to the Proton Linear Accelerator (1953) (5)
- END EFFECTS IN QUANTUM BEAMSTRAHLUNG (1988) (5)
- On neutrino and antineutrino scattering by electrons, and by partons (1975) (5)
- Magnetic moments of nuclei and the nuclear many-body problem (1956) (5)
- MANY BODY EFFECTS IN BETA-DECAY (1958) (5)
- Time Reversal in Beta-decay (1957) (5)
- On Singh’s lemma for low-energy Compton scattering (1967) (5)
- Isospin bounds for energy partition in ee and NN annihilation (1974) (5)
- Quantum bremsstrahlung in almost uniform fields (1989) (5)
- A variational method in field theory (1957) (4)
- Lorentz contraction and diffractive excitation (1973) (4)
- Čerenkov and transition radiation from particles with spin (1976) (4)
- Hard core correlations and nuclear moments (1959) (3)
- The anomalous moments of nucleons (1957) (3)
- RADIATION DAMPING AND LAGRANGE INVARIANTS (1982) (3)
- The Polarization-Asymmetry Equality (1958) (3)
- The lee theory of intermediate bosons and the Kl3 decays (1962) (3)
- WEAK INTERACTIONS IN THE NUCLEAR SHADOW. (1970) (3)
- The Melosh Transformation and the Pryce-Tani-Foldy-Wouthuysen Transformation (1974) (2)
- Nonlocality in physics and psychology (1988) (2)
- Rest energy, rest mass, and noncovariant electrodynamics (1962) (1)
- Final-state interactions and charge asymmetry in Kl3L decays (1970) (1)
- CVIII: The Nuclear Spin-Orbit Coupling (1994) (1)
- Null Plane Field Theory and Composite Models (1977) (1)
- A dielectric-loaded accelerator (1957) (1)
- Current and Density Algebra and Gauge Invariance (1995) (1)
- LINEAR ACCELERATOR PHASE OSCILLATIONS (1995) (1)
- Visual display units (VDUs) (1983) (1)
- FINAL-STATE INTERACTIONS AND CHARGE ASYMMETRY IN ${\rm K}^{\rm L}_{\ell 3}$ DECAYS (1995) (0)
- The authors' reply to the discussion on "A theoretical and experimental investigation of anisotropic-dielectric-loaded linear electron accelerators" (1957) (0)
- DIFFICULTIES OF RELATIVISTIC U(6) (1966) (0)
- Isospin bounds for energy partition in anti ee and anti NN annihilation (1974) (0)
- Grid-focused linear accelerator dynamics (1953) (0)
- The Dirac Story: Aspects of Quantum Theory . Abdus Salam and E. P. Wigner, Eds. Cambridge University Press, New York, 1972. xvi, 268 pp., illus. $23.50. (1973) (0)
- A NEW CALCULATION OF SLOT DEPTH FOR THE METAL LOADED LINEAR ACCELERATOR (1952) (0)
- Back to elementary school (1988) (0)
- "Partons of a One-Dimensional Box", Physics Letters 74B (1978) (0)
- Schrödinger handbag model (1977) (0)
- ISOSPIN BOUNDS FOR ENERGY PARTITION IN ēe AND ${\rm \bar{N}N}$ ANNIHILATION (1995) (0)
- More uncertainty for the common man (1980) (0)
- CURRENT ALGEBRA AND eta $Yields$ 3. (1968) (0)
- CERN neutrino experiment: conclusions (1963) (0)
- DIVERGENCE QUESTIONS IN RELATION TO PION MASS DIFFERENCE. (1968) (0)
- Melosh transformation and the Pyrce--Tani--Foldy--Wouthuysen transformation (1974) (0)
- [Book Reviews] (1958) (0)
- Very elementary theory of weak interactions (1962) (0)
- Pseudoscalar Meson Dominance in Neutrino–Nucleus Reactions (1995) (0)
- Elimination of the Hard Core (1962) (0)

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