The Complete Bibliography of Nobel-Laureate Subrahmanyan CHANDRASEKHAR’s Publications

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**Compiled
by Anindita MITRA,**

**B.Sc. (Hons. in Physics), ****Univ.****
of ****Calcutta****.**

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**BOOKS**

__An Introduction to the Study of Stellar Structure__**.**** ****Chicago****: ****University**** of ****Chicago**** Press, 1939.
Repr.
****New York****: ****Dover****, 1958, 1967.
Translation in Japanese (Tokyo: Kodansha Press, Ltd., 1972) and Russian have
appeared.
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**Articles
in Journals and Reviews**

1928

”Thermodynamics
of the Compton Effect with Reference to the Interior of the Stars”.

*Indian Journal of Physics* 3, 241-50

1929

The *Philosophical
Magazine* 9, 292-99

On the Probability Method in the New Statistics. *Philosophical Magazine*,
9, 621-24.

1931

The Dissociation Formula according to the Relativistics
Statistics. *Monthly
Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society* 91, 446-55.

The Highly Collapsed Configurations of a Stellar *Monthly
Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society* 91, 456-66.

The Maximum Mass of Ideal White Dwarfs. *The Astrophysical Journal* 74, 81-82.

The Stellar Coefficients of Absorption and Opacity. *Proceedings of the Royal
Society*, A, 133, 241-54.

The Density of White Dwarf Stars. *Philosophical Magazine *11(suppl.), 592-96

02 Eridani B. *Zeitschrift** fur Astrophysik*, 3, 302-5

1932

Ionization in
Stellar Atmospheres, III. (with E.A. Milne), *Monthly
Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society* 92, 150-86.

Model Stellar Photospheres. *Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical
Society* 92, 186-95.

The Stellar Coefficients of Absorption and Opacity, II.
*Proceedings of the
Royal Society*, A, 135, 472-90.

Some Remarks on the State of *Zeitschrift** fur
Astrophysik*,5, 321-27

1933

The Equilibrium of Distorted Polytropes,I. The
Rotational Problem. *Monthly
Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society* 93, 390-405.

The Equilibrium of Distorted Polytropes,II.
The Tidal Problem. *Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical
Society* 93, 449-61.

The Equilibrium of Distorted Polytropes,III.
The Double-Star Problem. *Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical
Society* 93, 462-71.

The Equilibrium of Distorted Polytropes,IV.
The Rotational and The Tidal Distortions as Functions
of the Density Distribution. *Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society* 93, 539-74.

The Solar Chromosphere. *Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical
Society* 94, 14-35.

1934

The Radiative
Equilibrium of Extended Stellar Atmoshpere . *Monthly
Notices of the Royal Astronimical Society,* 94,
444-58.

On the Hypothesis of the Radial Ejection of High-Speed Atoms
for the Wolf-Rayet Stars and the Novae. *Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronimical Society* 94, 522-38.

The Solar Chromosphere (second paper). *Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronimical Society* 94,726-37.

The Relation between the Chromosphere
and the Prominences. *The
Observatory* 57, 65-68.

The *The Observatory*
57,93-99.

The Radiative Equilibrium of
Extended Stellar Atmospheres. *The Observatory* 57, 225-27.

The Configurations with Degenerate Cores. *The Observatory* 57,
373-77.

An Analysis of the Problems of the Stellar Atmosphere.
*Astronomical Journal of
the **Soviet Union*

The Stellar Coefficients of Absorption. *Zeitschrift** für Astrophysik*, 8, 167.

1935

The Highly Collapsed
Configurations of a Stellar Mass(second paper). *Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronimical Society* 95, 207-25.

Stellar Configurations with Degenerate Cores. *Monthly Notices of the Royal
Astronomical Society* 95,226-60.

Relativistic Degeneracy (with C. Moller).
*Monthly Notices of the
Royal Astronomical Society* 95, 673-76.

Stellar Configurations with Degenerate Cores(second
paper).*Monthly Notices of the Royal
Astronomical Society* 95,676-93.

The Radiative Equilibrium of the
Outer Layers of a Star with Special Reference to the Blanketing Effect of the
Reversing Layer. *Monthly Notices
of the Royal Astronomical Society* 96, 21-42.

The Radiative Equilibrium of a
Planetary Nebula. *Zeitschrift** fur Astrophysik*
9,266-89.

The Nebulium Emission in Planetary
Nebulae. *Zeitschrift** fur Astrophysik*
10, 36-39.

Etude
des Atmosphere Stellaires. *Memoirs** de la Societe Royale des Sciences de Liege *20, 3-89.

Stjernernes Struktur. *Nordisk** Astronomisk Tidsskrift* 16, 37-44.

Production of Electron Pairs and the Theory of Stellar
Structure (with L. Rosenfeld). *Nature* 135, 999.

On the Effective Temperature of Extended Photospheres.
*Proceedings of the **Cambridge**
Philosophical Society* 31, 390-93.

1936

The Pressure
in the Interior of a Star. *Monthly Notices of the Royal
Astronomical Society,* 96, 644-47.

The Equilibrium of Stellar Envelopes and the Central
Condensation of Stars. *Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society* 96, 647-60.

The Profile of the Absorption Lines in Rotating Stars, Taking
into Account the Variation of Ionization Due to Centrifugal Force (with P.
Swings). *Monthly
Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society* 96, 883-89.

On the Distribution of the Absorbing Atoms in the Reversing
Layers of Stars and the Formation of Blended Absorption Lines (with P. Swings).
*Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical
Society* 97, 24-37.

On the Maximum Possible Central Radiation Pressure in a Star
of a Given Mass. *The Observatory*
59, 47-48.

On Trumpler's Stars (with A. Beer).
*The Observatory* 59,
168-70.

1937

The Pressure
in the Interior of a Star. *The Astrophysical Journal*
85, 372-79.

The Opacity in the Interior of a Star. *The Astrophysical Journal *86, 78-83.

Partially Degenerate Stellar Configuration. *The Astrophysical Journal* 86, 623-25.

On a Class of Stellar Models. *Zeitschrift** fur Astrophysik *14, 164-88.

The Cosmological Constants. *Nature*, 139, 757-58.

1938

A Method of Deriving the Constants
of the Velocity Ellipsoid from the Observed Radial Speeds of the Stars ( with W.M.Smart). *Monthly Notices of the Royal
Astronomical Society* 98, 658-63.

On a Generalization of Lindblad's
Theory of Star-Streaming. *Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society* 98, 710-26.

Ionization and Rrcombination in the
Theory of Stellar Absorption Lines and Nebular Luminosity. *The Astrophysical Journal*
87, 476-95.

An Integral Theorem on the Equilibrium of a Star. *The Astrophysical Journal *87,
535-52.

1939

The Minimum
Central Temperature of a Gaseous Star. *Monthly Notices
of the Royal Astronomical Society* 99, 673-85.

The Lane-Emden Function 03.25.
*The Astrophysical
Journal *89, 116-18.

Review of Stellar Dynamics, by W.M. Smart. *The Astrophysical Journal *89,
679-87.

The Dynamics of Stellar Systems, I-VIII. *The Astrophysical Journal *90, 1-154.

The Internal Constitution of the Stars. *Proceedings of the American Philosiphical Society,* 81, 153-87.

1940

The Dynamics
of Stellar Systems, IX-XIV. *The Astrophysical Journal* 92, 441-642.

1941

The Time of
Relaxation of Stellar Systems, I. *The Astrophysical Journal* 93,
285-304.

The Time Relaxation of Stellar Systems, II (with R.E. Williamson). The *Astrophysical Journal*
93, 305-22.

The Time of Relaxation of Stellar Systems, III. *The Astrophysical Journal *93,
323-36.

”The White Dwarfs and Their Importance for Theories of
Stellar Evolution.” *Conferences** du College de France*, Colloque
International d'Astrophysique, III. White Dwarfs. 17-23 Juillet 1939 (

A Statistical Theory of Stellar Encounters. *The Astrophysical Journal *94,
511-25.

Stellar Models with Isothermal Cores (with L.R. Henrich). *The Astrophysical Journal *94, 525-36.

1942

An Attempt to
Interpret the Relative Abundances of the Elements and Their Isotopes (with L.R.
Henrich). *The
Astrophysical Journal *95, 288-98.

The Statistics of the Gravitational Field Arising from a
Random Distribution of Stars, I. The Speed of
Fluctuations (with J.Von Neumann). *The Astrophysical Journal* 95, 489-531.

A Note on the Perturbation Theory for Distorted Stellar Configurations ( with *The Astrophysical
Journal *96, 151-54.

On the Evolution of the Main-sequence stars (with M.
Schonberg). *The
Astrophysical Journal* 96, 161-72.

1943

The
Statistics of the Gravitational Field Arising from a Random Distribution of
Stars. II, The Speed of Fluctuations; Dynamical
Friction;Spatial
Co-Relations (with J. von Neumann). *The
Astrophysical Journal *97, 1-27.

Dynamical Friction, I.General Consideration
: The Coefficient of Dynamical Friction . *The Astrophysical Journal *97, 255-62.

Dynamical Friction, II. The Rate of Escape of Stars from
Clusters and the Evidence for the Operation of Dynamical Friction. *The Astrophysical Journal *97,
263-73.

Dynamical Friction, III. A more Exact Theory of the Rate of
Escape of Stars from Clusters. *The
Astrophysical Journal* 98,54-60.

On the Negative Hydrogen Ion and Its Absorption Coefficient(with
M.K. Krogdahl). *The Astrophysical Journal* 98,205-8.

Stochastic Problems in Physics and Astronomy. *Rewiews** of Modern Physics*, 15, 1-89.

New Methods in Stellar Dynamics. *Annals of the **New York** **Academy** of Sciences*, 45, 131-62.

1944

The Statistics of the
Gravitational field Arising from a Random Distribution of Stars, III. The Correlation in the Forces Acting at Two Points Separated by a
Finite Distance. *The Astrophysical
Journal *99, 25-46.

The Statistics of the Gravitational field Arising from a Random Distribution of
Stars, IV. The Stochastic Variation of the Force Acting on a
Star. *The Astrophysical Journal*
99,47-53

On the Stability of Binary Systems. *The
Astrophysical Journal *99,54-58.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a
Stellar Atmosphere. *The Astrophysical Journal *99,180-90.

Galactic Evidences for the Time-Scale of the Universe.
*Science* 99,133-36.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a
Stellar Atmosphere, II. *The
Astrophysical Journal* 100,76-86.

On the Absorption Continuum of the Negative Oxygen Ion(with
R. Wildt). *The
Astrophysical Journal* 100,87-93.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a
Stellar Atmosphere, III. *The Astrophysical Journal *100, 117-27.

Some Remarks on the Negative Hydrogen Ion and Its Absorption
Coefficient. *The
Astrophysical Journal* 100,176-80.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a
Stellar Atmosphere, IV (with C.U. Cesco and J. Sahade). *The Astrophysical Journal* 100,355-59.

The Negative Ions of Hydrogen and Oxygen in Stellar Atmospheres.
*Rewiews** of Modern Physics *16,
301-6.

1945

Ralph Howard Fowler, 1889-1944. *The Astrophysical Journal* 101,1-5.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a
Stellar Atmosphere, V. *The
Astrophysical Journal* 101,95-107.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a
Stellar Atmosphere, VI (with C.U. Cesco and J. Sahade). *The Astrophysical Journal* 101,320-27.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a
Stellar Atmosphere, VII. *The Astrophysical Journal* 101, 328-47.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a
Stellar Atmosphere, VIII. *The Astrophysical Journal *101,348-55.

Photographs of the *The
Astrophysical Journal *102, 135-36.

On the Constant Absorption Coefficient of the Negative
Hydrogen Ion. *The
Astrophysical Journal* 102,223-31.

On the Continuous Absorption Coefficient of the Negative
Hydrogen IonII. *The Astrophysical Journal* 102, 395-401.

The Radiative Equilibrium of an Expanding Planetary Nebula,*The Astrophysical Journal *102,402-28.

The Formation of Absorption Lines in a Moving Atmosphere.
*Rewiews** of Modern Physics*
17,138-56.

Reports on the Progress of Astronomy: Stellar Dynamics. *Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical
Society* 105, 124-34.

1946

The Motion of
an Electron in the Hartree Field of a Hydrogen Atom
(with F. H. Breen). *The Astrophysical Journal *103, 41-70.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,IX. *The Astrophysical Journal* 103,165-92.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,X. *The Astrophysical Journal* 103,351-70.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XI. *The Astrophysical Journal* 104,110-32.

On a new Theory of Weizsacker on
the Origin of the Solar System. *Rewiews** of Modern Physics*
18,94-102.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XII. *The Astrophysical Journal *104,191-202.

On the Continuous Absorption Coefficient of the Negative
Hydrogen Ion III (with F. H. Breen). *The Astrophysical Journal,* 104, 430-45.

The Continuous Spectrum of the Sun and the Stars (with G.
Munch). *The
Astrophysical Journal *104, 446-57.

A new type of Boundary-Value Problem in Hyperbolic Equation.
*Proceedings of the **Cambridge**
Philosophical Society *42, 250-60.

1947

On the Radiative
Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XIII.
*The Astrophysical
Journal* 105, 151-63.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XIV. *The Astrophysical Journal *105, 164-203.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XV. *The Astrophysical Journal* 105, 424-34

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XVI( with F.H. Breen). *The Astrophysical Journal*
105, 435-40.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XVII. *The Astrophysical Journal*
105, 441-60.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a
Stellar Atmosphere, XVIII (with F.H. Breen).*The
Astrophysical Journal *105, 461-70.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XIX (with F.H. Breen). *The Astrophysical Journal*
106,143-44.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XX. *The Astrophysical Journal* 106, 145-51.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XXI. *The Astrophysical Journal *106, 152-216.

”The Scientist.” Pp.159-79 in __The____
Works of the Mind__, ed. Robert B. Heywood.

The Transfer of Radiation in Stellar Atmospheres. *Bulletin of the American Mathematical
Society* 53, 641-711.

The Story of Two Atoms. *The Scientific Monthly* 64, 313-21.

James Hopwood Jeans. *Science,
*105, 224-26.

Solar Research and Theoretical Astrophysics. *Science,* 106, 213-14.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XXII. *The Astrophysical Journal *107,48-72.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XXII(concluded). *The Astrophysical Journal*
107,188-215.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XXIII( with F.H.
Breen). *The
Astrophysical Journal* 107, 216-19.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XXIV. *The Astrophysical Journal *108,92-111.

The Softening of Radiation by Multiple *Proceedings
of the Royal Society*, A, 192, 508-18.

On a Class of Probability Distributions. *Proceedings of the **Cambridge**
Philosophical Society *45, 219-24.

The Theory of Statistical and Isotropic Turbulance.
*Physical Review* 75,
896-97.

On the Decay of Isotropic Turbulance.Physical Review
75,1454-55; erratum, *Physical Review *76, 158.

Brownian Motion , Dynamical Friction and Stellar
Dynamics. *Review of
Modern Physics* 21, 383-88.

The Isothermal Function (with G. W. Wares). *The Astrophysical Journal *109,
551-54.

The Function G n,m(t)and G'n,m(t) or Order 6(m=6 and m>/n). *The Astrophysical Journal* 109, 555.

On Heisenberg's Elementary Theory of Turbulance.
*Proceedings of the Royal Society*, A,200, 20-33.

Turbulance - A Physical Theory of Astrophysical
Interest ( henry Norris
Russell Lecture). *The
Astrophysical Journal *110,329-39.

1950

On the Integral Equation Governing
the Distribution of the True and the Apparent Rotational Velocities of Stars ( with G. Munch). *The Astrophysical Journal* 111, 142-56.

The Theory of Axisymmetric
Turbulence. *Philosophical
Transactions of the Royal Society*. 242, 557-77.

The Decay of Axisymmetric
Turbulence. *Preceedings** of the Royal Society*, A, 203,358-64.

The Invariant Theory of Isotropic Turbulence in
Magneto-Hydrodynamics. *Proceedings
of the Royal Society*, A,204, 435-49.

The Theory of the Fluctuation in Brightness of the Milky Way, I ( with G. Munch). *The Astrophysical Journal* 112,380-92.

The Theory of Fluctuation in Brightness of the Milky Way, II (
with G. Munch). *The
Astrophysical Journal* 112, 393-98.

1951

The Angular
Distribution of the Radiation at the Interface of Two Adjoining Media. *Canadian Jounal of Physics* 29, 14-20.

Polarization of the Sunlit Sky (with D.D. Elbert). *Nature, *167, 51-55.

On Stellar Statistics ( with G. Munch). *The Astrophysical Journal *113,
150-65.

The Invariant Theory of Isotropic Turbulence in
Magneto-Hydrodynamics. *Proceedings of the Royal Society*, A, 204, 435-39.

The Invariant Theory of Turbulence in Magneto-Hydrodynamics,
II. *Proceedings
of the Royal Society*, A, 207, 301-6.

The Functions of Densitsy in
Isotropic Turbulence. *Proceedings
of the Royal Society*, A, 210, 18-25.

The Gravitational Instability of an Infinite Homogeneous
Turbulent Medium. *Proceedings of
the Royal Society*, A, 210, 26-29.

The Theory of the Fluctuations in Brightness of the Milky
Way, III (with G. Munch). *The Astrophysical Journal* 114, 110-22.

”The Structure, the Composition, and the Source of Energy of
the Stars”, Pp. 598-674 in __Astrophysics- A Topical Symposium.__

Some Aspect of the Statistical Theory of Turbulence. *Proceedings of the 4th Symposium of the
American Mathematical Society :Fluid Dynamics*,
1-17.

1952

The Theory of
the Fluctuations in Brightness of the Milky Way, IV (with G. Munch). *The
Astrophysical Journal *115,94-102.

The Theory of the Fluctuation in Brightness of the Milky Way, V ( with G. Munch). *The Astrophysical Journal *115, 103-23.

The X- and Y- Functions for Isotropic Scattering, *The Astrophysical Journal* 115, 244-68.

On the Inhibition of Convection by a magnetic Field. *Philosophical Magazine*
43, 501-32.

Convection Under Terrestrial and Astrophysical
Conditions. *Publication of the
Astronomical Society of the Pacific* 64, 98-104.

The Thermal Instability of a Fluid Sphere Heated Within. *Philosophical Magazine* 43, 1317-29.

A Statistical Basis for the Theory of Stellar Scintillation.
*Monthly Notices of the
Royal Astronomical Society* 112, 475-83.

1953

The Onset of
Convection by Thermal Instability in Spherical Shells. *Philosophical
Magazine *44, 233-51; Correction, *Philosophical
Magazine *44, 1129-30.

The Stability of Viscous Flow between Rotating Cylinders in
the Presence of a Magnetic Field. *Proceedings
of the Royal Society*, A, 216, 293-309.

The Instability of a layer of Fluid Heated Below and Subject
to Coriolis Forces. *Proceedings of the Royal Society*, A,
217, 306-27.

Some Aspect of the Statistical Theory of Turbulence. *Proccedings** of the Symposium on Applied Mathematics,*
*The** American Mathematical Society*, 4, 1-17.

Magnetic Fields in Spiral Arms (with E. Fermi). *The Astrophysical Journal*,
118, 113-15.

Problems of Gravitational Stability in the presence of a
Magnetic Field (with E. Fermi). *The Astrophysical Journal*, 118, 116-41.

The Roots of J_(1+1/2) (lambda eta)
J_(1+1/2) (lambda) - J_(1+1/2) (lambda eta) J_(1+1/2)
(lambda) = 0 (with D. Elbert). *Proceedings of the **Cambridge**
Philosophical Society*, 49, 446-48.

Shift of the l^1 S state of Helium (with D. Elbert and G. Herzberg). *The
Physical Review *91, 1172-73.

Problem of Stability in Hydrodynamics and Hydromagnetics
(George Darwin lecture). *Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society*, 113, 667-78.

1954

The Gravitational Instability of
an Infinite Homogeneous Medium when Coriolis Force is acting and a Magnetic Field is present. *The Astrophysical Journal* 119, 7-9.

On the Pulsation of a Star in which there is a Prevalent Magnetic Field (with
D. N. Limber). *The Astrophysical Journal *119,
10-13.

The Stability of Viscous flow between Rotating Cylinders in
the Presence of a Radial Temperature Gradient. *Journal of Rational Mechanics and Analysis *3, 181-207.

The Roots of Y_n(lambda eta) J_n
(lambda) - J_n (lambda eta)
Y_n(lambda) = 0 (with D. Elbert). *Proceedings of the **Cambridge**
Philosophical Society* 50, 266-68.

The Instability of a Layer of Fluid Heated below and Subject to the
Simultaneous Action of a Magnetic Field and Rotation. *Proceeding of the
Royal Society*, A, 225, 173-84.

On the Characteristic Value Problems in High Order Differential Equations which
Arise in Studies on Hydrodynamic and Hydromagnetic Stability.* Americal
Mathematical Monthly* 61 (Suppl.), 32-45.

The Stability of Viscous Flow Between Rotating
Cylinders. *Mathematika*
1, 5-13.

On the Inhibition of Convection by a Magnetic Field, II.
*Philosophical Magazine* 45, 1177-91.

Examples of the Instability of Fluid Motion in Presence of a
Magnetic Field. *Proceedings of the
Fifth Symposium on Applied Mathematics* 19-27.

The Illumination and Polarization of the Sunlit Sky on Rayleigh
Scattering (with D. Elbert). *Transactions of the American Philosophical Society*, 44, 643-728.

1955

The Character
of the Equilibrium of an Incompressable Heavy Viscous
Fluid of Variable Density. *Proceedings of the **Cambridge**
Philosophical Society *51, 162-78.

The Character of the Equlibrium of
an Incompressable Fluid Sphere of Variable Density
and Viscosity Subject to Radial Acceleration. *Quarterly Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics* 8, 1-21.

The Instability of a Layer of Fluid Heated Below and Subject to Coriolis Forces, II (with D. Elbert). *Proceedings of the Royal Society*, A, 231, 198-210.

Energies of the Ground States of He, Li + and O 6+ (with Herzberg).
Physical Review 98, 1050-54.

”The Gravitational Instability of an Infinite Homogeneous Medium when a Coriolis Acceleration is Acting.”
Pp. 344-47 in __Vistas in Astronomy__, Vol I,

1956

On Force-Free
Magnetic Fields. *Proceedings of the **National** **Academy** of Sciences*, 42, 1-5.

The Equilibrium of Magnetic Stars (with K. H. Prendergast).
*Proceedings of **National** **Academy** of Sciences*, 42, 5-9.

On Cowling's Theorem on the Imposibility
of Self-Maintained Axisymmetric Homogeneous Dynamos
(with G. E. Backus).

*Proceedings of the **National** **Academy** of Sciences*, 42, 105-09.

On the Stability of the Simpliest
Solution of the Equations of Hydromagnetics. *Proceedings of the **National** **Academy** of Sciences* 42, 273-76.

Axisymmetric Magnetic Fields and Fluid Motions. *The Astrophysical Journal *124, 232-43.

Effect of Internal Motions on the Decay of a Magnetic Field
in a Fluid Conductor. *The Astrophysical Journal* 124, 244-65.

The Instability of a Layer of Fluid Heated Below and Subject to the
Simultaneous Action of Magnetic Field and Rotation, II. *Proceeding of the Royal Society,* A, 237, 476-84.

Hydromagnetic Oscillations of a Fluid Sphere with Internal Motions. *The Astrophysical Journal *124,
571-79.

1957

On Cosmic
Magnetic Fields. *Proceedings of **National** **Academy** of Sciences*, 43, 24-27.

Thermal Convection (Rumford Medal lecture). *Proceedings of the Academy of
Arts and Sciences *86, 323-39.

On the Expansion of Functions which Satisfy Four Boundary Conditions (with W.
H. Reid). *Proceedings
of **National** **Academy** of Sciences *43, 521-27.

On Force-Free Magnetic Fields (with P. C. Kendall). *The Astrophysical Journal *126,
457-60.

Properties of an Ionized Gas of Low Density in a Magnetic Field, III (with A.
N. Kauffman & K. M. Watson), *Annals
of Physics *2, 435-70.

On the Expansion of Functions Satisfying Four Boundary
Conditions. *Mathematika* 4, 142-45.

The Thermal Instability of a Rotating Fluid Sphere Heated Within, II. *Philosophical Magazine* 2, 1282-84.

1958

On Force-Free
Magnetic Fields (with L. Woltjer). *Proceedings
of the **National** **Academy** of Sciences *44, 285-89.

The Stability of the Pinch (with A. N. Kaufman and K. M.
Watson). *Proceedings
of the Royal Society*, A, 245, 435-55.

The Stability of Viscous Flow Between Rotating
Cylinders. *Proceedings
of the Royal Society*, A, 246, 301-11.

On the Continious Absorption
Coefficient of the Negative Hydrogen Ion, IV. *The Astrophysical Journal* 128, 114-23.

On the Equilibrium Configurations of an Incompressable
Fluid with Axisymmetric Motions and Magnetic Fields.
*Proceedings of the **National** **Academy** of Sciences* 44, 842-47.

On the Diffuse Reflection of a Pencil of Radiation by a
Plane-Parallel Atmosphere. *Proceedings of the **National** **Academy** of Sciences* 44, 933-40.

”Adiabatic Invarients in the
Motions of Charged Particles.” Pp. 3-22 in __The Plasma in a Magnetic
Field: A symposium on Magnetohydrodynamics__,
Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Properties of an Ionized Gas of Low Density in a Magentic Field, IV (with A. N. Kaufman and K. M. Watson).
*Annals of Physics *5, 1-25.

On Orthogonal Functions which Satisfy Four Boundary Conditions, III, Tables for
Use in Fourier-Bessel-Type Expansions (with D. Elbert). *The Astrophysical Journal *Supplement 3,
453-58.

Variational Method in Hydrodynamics. *Proceedings of the Eighth Symposium in
Applied Mathematics *8, 139-41.

On the Continious Absorption Coefficient of the
Negative Hydrogen Ion, V (with D. Elbert). *The Astrophysical Journal *128, 633-35.

1959

The
Oscillations of a Viscous Liquid Globe. *Proceedings of
the **London** Mathematical Society *9, 141-49.

”The Thermodynamics of Thermal Instability in Liquids”.
Pp. 103-14 in __Max-Planck-Festschrift__ 1958.

1960

The
Hydrodynamic Stability of Inviscid Flow between
Coaxial Cylinders. *Proceedings of the **National** **Academy** of Sciences* 46, 137-41.

The Hydrodynamic Stability of Viscous Flow between Coaxial
Cylinders. *Proceedings
of the **National** **Academy** of Sciences* 46, 141-43.

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1966

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1967

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1968

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1972

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On the Stability of Axisymmetric
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1974

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1976

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1977

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1978

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1979

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1981

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1986

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1988

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The Teukolsky-Starobinsky Constant
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1992

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