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English theoretical physicist

Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac was an English theoretical physicist who is regarded as one of the most significant physicists of the 20th century.Dirac made fundamental contributions to the early development of both quantum mechanics and quantum electrodynamics. Among other discoveries, he formulated the Dirac equation which describes the behaviour of fermions and predicted the existence of antimatter. Dirac shared the 1933 Nobel Prize in Physics with Erwin Schrödinger "for the discovery of new productive forms of atomic theory". He also made significant contributions to the reconciliation of general relativity with quantum mechanics.

Source: Wikipedia- Forms of Relativistic Dynamics
- The Cosmological Constants
- The Theory of Magnetic Poles
- The Principles of Quantum Mechanics
- Wave Equations in Conformal Space
- Fixation of Coordinates in the Hamiltonian Theory of Gravitation
- GAUGE-INVARIANT FORMULATION OF QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS
- A Remarkable Representation of the 3 + 2 de Sitter Group
- The Electron Wave Equation in De-Sitter Space
- Is there an Æther?
- On the Analogy Between Classical and Quantum Mechanics
- The Evolution of the Physicist's Picture of Nature
- The Conditions for a Quantum Field Theory to be Relativistic
- Quantum Electrodynamics without Dead Wood
- Foundations of Quantum Mechanics
- Quantum Theory of Localizable Dynamical Systems
- Pretty mathematics
- Does Conservation of Energy Hold in Atomic Processes?
- Is there an Æther?
- The lorentz transformation and absolute time
- The future of atomic physics
- The monopole concept
- Spinors in Hilbert Space
- Energy of the Gravitational Field
- Can equations of motion be used in high‐energy physics?
- The Proton*
- THE MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS OF QUANTUM THEORY
- Fundamental Constants and Their Development in Time
- New ideas of space and time
- Development of the Physicist’s Conception of Nature
- On the Dissociation of Molecules in the Atmospheres of the Stars of the Main Sequence
- Why We Believe in the Einstein Theory
- The Dissociation of Molecules in the Atmospheres of the Carbon Stars
- The excellence of Einstein's theory of gravitation
- Is there an Æther?
- NOTE ON THE USE OF NON-ORTHOGONAL WAVE FUNCTIONS IN PERTURBATION CALCULATIONS
- Prof. Erwin Schrödinger, For.Mem.R.S.
- Dirac's Cosmology and Mach's Principle
- General Theory of Relativity
- The Quantum Theory of the Electron
- The Dynamics of Streams of Matter
- Long Range Forces and Broken Symmetries
- The Large Numbers Hypothesis and Its Consequences
- The relativistic electron wave equation
- A new meaning for gauge transformations in electrodynamics
- The vacuum in quantum electrodynamics
- An action principle for the motion of particles
- Основные уравнения квантовой механики
- Theory of Magnetic Monopoles
- The Variation of G and the Problem of the Moon
- Does renormalization make sense?
- The stress tensor in field dynamics
- THE EARLY YEARS OF RELATIVITY
- Теория электронов и протонов
- Models of the Universe
- The Requirements of a Basic Physical Theory
- The Glorious Days of Physics: Professor Dirac’s Birthday
- Методы теоретической физики
- LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
- Developments of Einstein’s Theory of Gravitation
- Finite Number of Dimensions
- Introduction
- Infinite Number of Dimensions
- Even Number of Dimensions
- Можно ли использовать уравнения движения в физике высоких энергий?
- The Geometrical Nature of Space and Time
- The Present State of Gravitational Theory
- New Approach to Cosmological Theory
- Zitterbewegung of the New Positive-Energy Particle
- Dirac recalls Kapitza
- Magnetic Poles
- Consequences of varying G
- Dr. M. Mathisson
- Equivalence of the Schroedinger and Heisenberg Pictures
- Variation of G

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