# Milton Dean Slaughter

American physicist and professor

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## Milton Dean Slaughter's Degrees

- PhD Physics Stanford University
- Masters Physics Stanford University
- Bachelors Physics Stanford University

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(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, Milton Dean Slaughter is an American theoretical and phenomenological physicist and affiliate professor of physics at Florida International University. Slaughter was a visiting associate professor of physics in the Center for Theoretical Physics, University of Maryland, College Park while on sabbatical from Los Alamos National Laboratory of the University of California from 1984 to 1985. He is also chair emeritus and university research professor of physics emeritus at the University of New Orleans . Prior to joining UNO as chair of the physics department: He was a postdoctoral fellow in the LANL Theoretical Division Elementary Particles and Field Theory Group ; LANL Theoretical Division Detonation Theory and Applications Group staff physicist; LANL Theoretical Division affirmative action representative and staff physicist; LANL assistant theoretical division leader for administration and staff physicist ; LANL Nuclear and Particle Physics Group staff physicist—Medium Energy Physics Division ; and LANL Historically Black Colleges and Universities project manager .

## Milton Dean Slaughter's Published Works

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- Rotational bands in odd-odd Re182 (1984) (9)
- Why are the isoscalar neutral current axial-vector couplings and isoscalar nucleon anomalous moments small? (1979) (8)
- Magnetic moments of the ground-state JP=(3)/(2)+ baryon decuplet (2011) (4)
- {gamma}N{delta} form factors and Wigner rotations (2008) (3)
- D and D* in the Purely Algebraic Approach to Broken SU(4) (1977) (2)
- Charge commutation relations, asymptotic SU(2)/sub L/ symmetry, and the mass of the second Z boson in electroweak gauge theories (1984) (2)
- Ω−,Ξ*−,Σ*−, andΔ−decuplet baryon magnetic moments (2010) (2)
- The N–Δ weak axial-vector form factor C5A(0) (2002) (2)
- Dynamical constraints on the couplings of ground-state mesons—An estimate of theφ→πγdecay (1978) (2)
- Erratum: {Omega}{sup -}, {Xi}{sup *-}, {Sigma}{sup *-}, and {Delta}{sup -} decuplet baryon magnetic moments [Phys. Rev. C 82, 015208 (2010)] (2011) (1)
- The Omega-, Xi*-, Sigma*- and Delta- Decuplet Baryon Magnetic Moments (2009) (1)
- The $N-\Delta$ Weak Axial-Vector Amplitude $C_{5}^a(0)$ (1999) (1)
- Hyperon magnetic moments and the 1---->0-++gamma decays (1981) (1)
- THE BRANCHING RATIO ${\rm{Br}}(\Omega^- \to \Xi^0 e^- \bar{\nu}_e)$: AN ALGEBRAIC APPROACH (1995) (1)
- Intermultiplet Mixing of the Vector Mesons in a Nonperturbative Approach to Broken SU(4). (1977) (1)
- THE MATHEMATICS OF AN ALGEBRAIC APPROACH TO THE PHYSICS OF HADRONS (2002) (0)
- Preprint UNO-HEP-98-05 THE N − ∆ WEAK AXIAL-VECTOR AMPLITUDE C A 5 ( 0 ) (2008) (0)
- Connection between Second Class Currents and the $\Delta N\gamma$ Form Factors $G_M^*(q^2)$ and $G_E^*(q^2)$ (2004) (0)
- Theoretical Determination of the ∆ Nγ Electromagnetic Transition Amplitudes in the ∆ ( 1232 ) Region (1999) (0)
- Radiative decays and the SU(6) Lie algebra (2019) (0)
- CHARGE COMMUTATION RELATION APPROACH TO ELECTROWEAK GAUGE THEORIES AND THE MASSES OF THE WEAK NEUTRAL BOSONS (1983) (0)
- The Annual Meeting (16th) and the 20th Day of Scientific Lectures of the National Society of Black Physicists (1993) (0)
- $\Omega^-$, $\Xi^{*-}$, $\Sigma^{*-}}$ and $\Delta^-}$ decuplet baryon electric charge form factor $F_1(q^2)$ (2011) (0)
- CORRELATION BETWEEN 1++ AND 1+- (q anti-q) MESONS. WHY ARE THE MASSES OF a1 (1260) AND b1 (1235) SO CLOSE? (1990) (0)
- A simple broken-symmetry treatment of the ground and radially excited state mesons and the Δ+→ P δ decay (1979) (0)
- Erratum:Ω−,Ξ*−,Σ*−, andΔ−decuplet baryon magnetic moments [Phys. Rev. C82, 015208 (2010)] (2011) (0)
- An algebraic approach to the calculation of the magnetic moment of the Δ+ + (1994) (0)
- CORRELATION BETWEEN 1++ AND 1+−$q\bar q$ MESONS (1991) (0)
- The ΔNγ electromagnetic transition form factors GM∗(q2) and GE∗(q2) (2004) (0)
- a Calculation of the Magnetic Moment of the Delta (1993) (0)
- The $N-Δ$ Weak Axial-Vector Amplitude $C_{5}^a(0)$ (1999) (0)
- A Nonperturbative Approach to the Calculation of the ∆ Nγ Electromagnetic Transition Form Factors (2007) (0)
- Theoretical Determination of the $\Delta N\gamma $ Electromagnetic Transition Amplitudes in the $\Delta (1232)$ Region (1999) (0)
- IS THE f0 (1590) THE 0++ SCALAR GLUEBALL? (1988) (0)
- The N - {Delta} weak axial-vector matrix element (1995) (0)
- Radiative meson decays—an algebraic approach (2008) (0)
- A calculation of the {Delta}{sup ++} magnetic moment (1993) (0)
- A calculation of the {Delta}{sup +} {r_arrow} {rho} + {gamma} scalar transition form factor (1993) (0)
- Possibility of a ninthJP=12+baryon. II (1976) (0)
- $\mathbf{\Omega^{-}}$, $\mathbf{\Xi^{*\,-}}$, $\mathbf{\Sigma^{*\,-}}$ and $\mathbf{\Delta^{-}}$ decuplet baryon electric charge form factor $\mathbf{F_{1}(q^{2})}$} (2011) (0)

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