# Moo-Young Han

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South KOrean physicist

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## Moo-Young Han's Degrees

- Bachelors Physics Seoul National University
- Masters Physics Seoul National University
- PhD Physics University of California, Berkeley

## Why Is Moo-Young Han Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, Moo-Young Han was a South Korean-born American physicist. He was a professor of physics at Duke University. Along with Yoichiro Nambu of the University of Chicago, he is credited with introducing the SU symmetry of quarks, today known as the color charge. The color charge is the basis of the strong force as explained by quantum chromodynamics.

## Moo-Young Han's Published Works

### Published Works

- Three Triplet Model with Double SU(3) Symmetry (1965) (393)
- Three triplets, paraquarks, and "colored" quarks (1974) (33)
- Hadronic regge sequences as primitive realizations of SL(3,R) symmetry (1972) (33)
- Gauge problem in quantum field theory (1971) (21)
- Manifest dyality invariance in electrodynamics and the cabibbo-ferrari theory of magnetic monopoles (1971) (20)
- Generalization and Interpretation of Dirac's Positive-Energy Relativistic Wave Equation (1973) (20)
- Symmetry and Degeneracy in Classical Mechanics (1967) (17)
- Finite quantum electrodynamics: a field theory using an indefinite metric (1965) (15)
- Two-Component Poincaré-Invariant Equations for Massive Charged Leptons (1971) (14)
- Quantum-mechanical generators of the groupO4.1 for hydrogen-atom bound states (1966) (13)
- Three-Triplet Model with Double SU(3) Symmetry (1995) (13)
- Electromagnetic Mass Difference of Kaons (1968) (12)
- Concerning Space-Time and Symmetry Groups (1964) (11)
- SU2 as a classical invariance group (1967) (9)
- A two-component spherical factorization of the Klein-Gordon and Kramers equations☆ (1971) (8)
- Sum rules and the electromagnetic mass difference of pions (1968) (5)
- Comment on "Stigma of a Dirac Particle in an Even Environment" (1972) (4)
- MASS SPLITTINGS WITHIN SPIN-DEGENERATE MULTIPLETS (1965) (3)
- A Story of Light: A Short Introduction to Quantum Field Theory of Quarks and Leptons (2004) (2)
- Contribution of Neutral Pions to Photon-Photon Scattering (*). (1961) (2)
- DYON THREE-TRIPLET MODEL OF HADRONS. (1970) (2)
- Diquark color excitation and the narrow resonances (1976) (2)
- Comment on the paper entitled «On the Poincaré noninvariance of a recent alternative to the Dirac equation» (1972) (1)
- STIGMA OF A DIRAC PARTICLE IN AN EVEN ENVIRONMENT. (1972) (1)
- On a difficulty in formulating relativistic partonlike equations (1973) (1)
- The Nucleus: A Whole New Ball Game (1999) (0)
- A kinematical model for quarks and hadrons (1972) (0)
- The Spin: If It's Round, It Rolls (1999) (0)
- QUANTUM-MECHANICAL GENERATORS OF THE GROUP O$sub 4$,$sub 1$ FOR HYDROGEN- ATOM BOUND STATES (1966) (0)
- A possible mechanism for CP nonconservation (1971) (0)
- The Strong Force II: Hadrons (1999) (0)
- Mass: E = mc2 and All That (1999) (0)
- The Strong Force I: Nucleons (1999) (0)
- Antimatter: A Mirror Image (1999) (0)
- Nambu : a foreteller of modern physics (2014) (0)
- The Quark: The Queen of Fractions (1999) (0)
- The Weak Force: A Whisper in the Night (1999) (0)
- Prologue: A Century of Particle Charges (1999) (0)
- George Sudarshan, No-Go theorems and the exclusion principle (2009) (0)
- The peculiar velocity field in the local universe. (1993) (0)
- Non-Abelian Gauge Field Theories (2004) (0)
- The Photon: No Charge, No Mass (1999) (0)
- The Electron: The Quantum of Electricity (1999) (0)
- Emulation of Light III: Gauge Field (2004) (0)
- The Origin of Quarks and Gluons (1999) (0)

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