LAWRENCE WILETS

56. ``Recent Progress in Muonic Atoms. I.

The Nuclear Monopole Distribution,"

C. S. Wu and L. Wilets,

Comments on Atomic and Molecular Physics

2, 137-146.

57. ``The Muonic Atoms. II. The Application of Muonic Atoms to

Isotope and Isotone Shifts,"

C. S. Wu and L. Wilets,

Comments on Atomic and Molecular Physics

2, 195-205.

58. ``A solution to a Problem in Constrained Hartree-Fock and Other

Calculations,"

W. H. Bassichis and L. Wilets,

Physical Review Letters

27, 1451-1454.

59. ``Kaonic Atoms and Nuclear Density Distributions,"

M. Alberg, E. M. Henley and L. Wilets,

Comments on Nuclear and Particle Physics

5, 1-5.

60. ``Energy of Deformation Calculations,"

L. Wilets,

Comments on Nuclear and Particle Physics

5, 89-93.

61. ``A Study of Deformation Energy Surfaces Obtained from Single

Particle Energies,"

W. H. Bassichis, A. K. Kerman, C. F. Tsang, D. R. Tuerpe and

L. Wilets,

Edited by J. R. Klauder (Freeman, San Francisco), pp. 15-46.

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62. ``A Microscopic Theory of Nuclear Collective Motions,"

P. K. Haff and L. Wilets,

Physical Review C

7, 951-968.

63. ``New Limits on the Difference Between the Muon- and Electron-

Nuclear Interactions,"

G. A. Rinker, Jr. and L. Wilets,

Physical Review D

7, 2629-2634.

64. ``The K^{-} - Nucleus Optical
Potential,"

M. Alberg, E. M. Henley and L. Wilets,

Physical Review Letters

30, 255-257.

65. ``A Consistent Test of the Strutinsky-Nilsson Method,"

W. H. Bassichis, D. R. Tuerpe, C. F. Tsang and L. Wilets,

Physical Review Letters

30, 294-297.

66. ``Recent Progress in Muonic Atoms. III.

Distribution of Nuclear Magnetism and Electric Quadrupole Moment,"

C. S. Wu and L. Wilets,

Comments on Atomic and Molecular Physics

4, 1-8.

67. ``Recent Progress in Muonic Atoms. IV.

Nuclear Polarization Effects,"

C. S. Wu and L. Wilets,

Comments on Atomic and Molecular Physics

4, 9-15.

68. ``Calculations of Superheavy Nuclei,"

L. Wilets,

Proc. Symp. on The Present Status and Novel Developments in the

Nuclear Many-Body Problem(Rome, 1972), 481-504.

69. ``Validity of Local, Energy-independent Approximations

for the Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction,"

W. T. Nutt and L. Wilets,

Physical Review D

8, 2303-2307.

70. ``Vacuum Polarization in High-Z, Finite Size Nuclei,'

G. A. Rinker, Jr. and L. Wilets,

Physical Review Letters

31, 1559-1562.

71. ``A Simple Model of K X-ray and Auger-electron Energy Shifts

in Heavy-Ion Collisions,"

D. Burch, L. Wilets and W. E. Meyerhof,

Physical Review A

9, 1007-1010.

72. ``Viscosity in the Fission Process,"

G. Sch\"utte and L. Wilets,

Physics and Chemistry of Fission 1973

(IAEA, Vienna, 1974), 503-514.

73. ``Fission: Theory and Beyond (A Study of Collective Dynamics),"

L. Wilets and P. K. Haff,

Proc. International Conf. on Correlations in Nuclei,

Balatonfured, 1973 (Budapest 1974), 155-164.

74. ``The Mass Parameter in Nuclear Quadrupole Motion,"

P. K. Haff and L. Wilets

Physical Review C

10, 353-364.

75. ``The Role of Complex Poles in a Field Theoretical Model

for Pi-Nucleon Scattering,"

W. T. Nutt and L. Wilets,

Physical Review D

11, 110-118.

76. ``Estimate of the (Z alpha)^{2} alpha^{2} Vacuum Polarization

Term in Muonic Pb,"

L. Wilets and G. A. Rinker, Jr.,

Physical Review Letters

34, 339-341.

77. ``Dynamics and Non-adiabaticity in the Fission Process,"

G. Schuette and L. Wilets,

Nuclear Physics

A 252, 21-41.

78. ``Vacuum Polarization in Strong, Realistic Electric Fields,"

G. A. Rinker, Jr. and L. Wilets,

Physical Review A

12, 748-762

79. ``Summary Talk,"

L. Wilets,

Cluster Phenomena in Nuclei: II, (ORO-4956-26; ERDA), 617-627.

80. ``Calculations of the Mass Parameter in the Theory of

Self-Cranked Generator Coordinates,"

L. Wilets, D. R. Tuerpe and P. K. Haff,

Physical Review C

12, 2088-2093.

81. ``Constrained Hartree-Bogoliubov Solutions as a Basis for

Time-dependent Calculations"

G. Schuette and L. Wilets,

Physical Review C

12, 2100-2102.

82. ``Nuclear Polarization in Muonic-He Ions,"

F. R. Krejs, E. M. Henley and L. Wilets,

Nuclear Physics,

A 256, 349-361.

83. ``Theory of Kaonic Atoms,"

M. Alberg, E. M. Henley, and L. Wilets,

Annals of Physics (N. Y. )

96, 43-87.

84. ``Phase Factors in Bases for Solutions of Time-Dependent

Schroedinger Equations,"

H. C. Pauli and L. Wilets,

Zeitschrift fuer Physik

A 277, 83-88.

85. ``Classical Many-Body Calculations of Heavy-Ion Collisions,"

L. Wilets, A. D. MacKellar and G. A. Rinker, Jr.,

Proc. Fourth Int. Workshop on Gross Properties of Nuclei and

Nuclear Excitations (Hirschegg, Austria), 111-114.

86. ``Theoretical Summary,"

L. Wilets,

ibid, 176-180.

87. ``Classical Many-Body Trajectory Study of Heavy-Ion Collisions,"

A. D. MacKellar and L. Wilets,

Proc. Symposium on Microscopic Features of Heavy Ion Collisions,

(Argonne Nat. Lab., May 1976), Report No. ANL-PHY-76-2.

88. ``Parity Nonconservation in Tl and Bi Atoms,"

E. M. Henley and L. Wilets,

Physical Review A

14, 1411-1417.

89. ``The Nuclear Many-body Problem as a Relativistic Field Theory,"

L. Wilets,

Meson-Nuclear Physics--1976(Carnegie-Mellon),AIP Conf. Proc.

33, 746-754.

90. ``Meson Dynamics and the Nuclear Many-body Problem II.

Finite Density Hartree-Fock,"

L. Wilets, R. D. Puff, D. Chiang and W. T. Nutt,

Physical Review C

14, 2269-2279.

91. ``Classical Many-Body Model for Heavy-Ion Collisions Incorporating

the Pauli Principle,"

L. Wilets, E. M. Henley, M. Kraft and A. D. MacKellar,

Nuclear Physics,

A 282, 341-350.

92. ``Classical Many-Body Model for Heavy-Ion Collisions Incorporating

the Pauli Principle,"

R. P. Chestnut, L. Wilets, E. M. Henley, M. Kraft and

A. D. MacKellar,

Proc. V. Int. Workshop on Gross Properties of Nuclei

and Nuclear Excitations (Hirschegg, Austria, 1977), 54-57.

93. ``Electron Configuration Mixing and Parity Non-Conservation

in Atomic Bismuth,"

E. M. Henley, M. Kaplisch and L. Wilets,

Physical Review Letters

39, 994-997.

94. ``Classical Many-Body Model for Heavy-Ion Collisions (II)"

L. Wilets, Y. Yariv and R. P. Chestnut,

Nuclear Physics

A 301, 359-364.

95. ``Excitation During Collective Excitation: How Simple It Is,"

G. Schuette and L. Wilets,

Zeitschrift fuer Physik

286, 313-318.

96. ``Theory of Atomic Parity Violating Experiments,"

L. Wilets,

Proc. Int. Conf. on Neutrino Physics and Neutrino Astrophysics

(Purdue, 1978), 437-448.

97. ``Dynamics of Nuclear Fission,"

G. Schuette and L. Wilets,

Proc. XVI Winter Meeting in Nuclear Physics (Bormio, 1978), 240.

98. ``Green's Function Method for the Relativistic Field

Theory Many-Body Problem,"

L. Wilets,

Mesons in Nuclei, Edited by M. Rho and D. Wilkinson(North Holland, 1979), 790-837.

99. ``Fission-Fusion-Fission,"

Wilets,

LAMPF Users' Group Newsletter, II, No. 1, 32-41.

100. ``Classical Many-Body Model for Heavy-Ion Collisions, III:

Ne-Ne and Ca-Ca Calculations,"

D. J. E. Callaway, L. Wilets, and Y. Yariv,

Nuclear Physics

A 327, 250-268.

101. ``The K^{-}- Nucleon and the
K^{-}- Nucleus
Optical Potential,"

E. M. Henley, M. A. Alberg and L. Wilets,

Proc. Int. Conf. on Hypernuclei and Low Energy Physics,

Nukleonika

25, 567-576.

102. ``A Classical Many-Body Model for Atomic Collisions,

Incorporating the Heisenberg and Pauli Principles,"

C. L. Kirschbaum and L. Wilets,

Physical Review A

21, 834-841.

103. ``A Variational Approach to Two-Body Correlations in Atoms,"

L. Wilets, E. M. Henley and A.-M. Martensson,

Journal of Physics

B 13, 2335-2347.

104. ``Classical Chromodynamics of Two Sources: Charges and Magnetic

Moments,"

R. A. Freedman, L. Wilets, S. D. Ellis and E. M. Henley,

Physical Review D

22, 3128-3134.

105.``Parity Nonconservation in Atoms: Status of Theory and Experiment,"

E. N. Fortson and L. Wilets,

Advances in Atomic and Molecular Physics,(Academic Press, New York), Vol.

16, 319-373.