Publication List

  1. "Maximizing the Spinning Time of a Kelantan Top", P.B. Siegel, I. Salon and J. Omar, Malaysian Physics Bulletin (1980).
  2. "K+-Nucleus Elastic Scattering and Charge Exchange", P.B. Siegel, W.B. Kaufmann and W.R. Gibbs, Phys. Rev. C, 30, 1256 (1984).
  3. "K+ as a probe of Partial Deconfinement in Nuclei", P.B. Siegel, W.B. Kaufmann and W.R. Gibbs, Phys. Rev. C, 31, 2184 (1985).
  4. "Pion Single Charge Exchange Angular Distribution at 48 MeV", M.J. Leitch, H.W. Baer, J.D. Bowman, M.D. Cooper, E. Piasetzky, U. Sennhauson, H.J. Ziock, J. Irom, P.B. Siegel, M.A. Moinster, Phys. Rev. C, 33, 278 (1986).
  5. "The ABC's of Pion Charge Exchange", W.R. Gibbs, W.B. Kaufmann and P.B. Siegel, Proceedings of Pion Double Charge Exchange Workshop, January, 1985, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico.
  6. "Pion-Nucleon Charge Exchange and Scattering at Low Energies", P.B. Siegel and W.R. Gibbs, Phys. Rev. C, 33, 1407 (1986).
  7. "Pion Single-Charge exchange from Polarized Nuclei", P.B. Siegel and W.R. Gibbs, Proceedings of the LAMPF workshop on Physics with Polarized Targets, February 1986, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico (invited talk).
  8. "Sigma Hypernuclear Spectra from (pion,kaon) Inclusive Reactions", M. Kohno, R. Hausmann, P.B. Siegel and W. Weise, Nucl. Phys. A470, 609 (1987).
  9. "Meson-Nucleus interactions using polarized nuclei", P.B. Siegel and W.R. Gibbs, Phys. Rev. C, 36, 2473 (1987).
  10. "K--Proton Atomic Transitions", P.B. Siegel, Zeitschrift fur Physik A328, 239-245 (1987).
  11. "Pion-Nucleon Charge Exchange and Scattering at Low Energies", P.B. Siegel and W.R. Gibbs, Proceedings of the N-pi Workshop, August 1987, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico.
  12. "Coupled Channel Calculation of Sigma-Hypernuclear Spectra from 12C, 16O and 6Li Targets", R. Hausmann, P.B. Siegel, W. Weise, and M. Kohno, Physics Letters B199, 17-20 (1987).
  13. "K+-Nucleus Scattering and the 'Swelling' of Nucleons in Nuclei", G.E. Brown, C.B. Dover, P.B. Siegel and W. Weise, Phys. Rev. Lett. 26, 2723-2726 (1988).
  14. "Low Energy K--Nucleon Potentials and the Nature of the Λ(1405), P.B. Siegel and W. Weise, Phys. Rev. C, 38, 2221 (1988).
  15. **"A Square-Well Model for Λ-Hypernuclei", P.B. Siegel and Mark Farrow-Reid, Am. J. Phys. 58, 1016 (October 1990).
  16. **"Measurements of the Transient Motion of a Simple Non- Linear System", A. Ojha, S. Moon, B. Hoeling, and P.B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 59, 614 (July 1991).
  17. **"Determining Absolute Zero in the Kitchen Sink", Robert Otani and Peter Siegel, The Physics Teacher, Volume 29/Number 5, May 1991, Pgs. 316-317.
  18. "Measuring Transient Properties in Dissipative Systems", P.B. Siegel, Phys. Rev. A, 45, 4192 (1992).
  19. "Deeply Bound Pionic Atoms via the (π-, p) reaction", W. B. Kaufmann, P. B. Siegel and W. R. Gibbs, Phys. Rev. C46, 1474 (1992).
  20. **"Is the Yellow Light Long Enough?", Robert Salow, Jim Thornton Jr. and Peter Siegel, The Physics Teacher Volume 31/Number 2, February 1993, Pgs. 80-81.
  21. **"A Simple Set-up to Observe Attractors in Phase Space", Trevor Mitchell and P.B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 61, 855 (1993).
  22. "Pion Scattering from Spin 1/2 Nuclei", P. B. Siegel and W. R. Gibbs, Phys. Rev. C48, 1939-1947 (Oct 1993).
  23. **"Transcendental Measurementation", Jason Foat and Peter Siegel, The Physics Teacher Volume 32/Number 4, April 1994, Pgs. 231-233.
  24. **"Data Analysis in the Undergraduate Nuclear Laboratory", Byron Curry, Dave Riggins, and P. B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 63, 71- 76 (January 1995).
  25. "Initial-state interactions for K--proton radiative capture", Peter B. Siegel and Bijan Saghai, Phys. Rev. C52, 392- 400 (1995).
  26. "Low Energy K--Proton Interactions and Strangeness Photoproduction", Bijan Saghai and Peter Siegel, Proceedings of the Second workshop on Physics and Detectors for DAPNE, Frascati, April 4-7, 1995.
  27. "Chiral Dynamics and the Low Energy Kaon-Nucleon Interaction", N. Kaiser, P.B. Siegel and W. Weise, Nucl. Phys. A594, 325-345 (1995).
  28. "Chiral Dynamics and the S11(1535) Nucleon Resonance", N. Kaiser, P.B. Siegel and W. Weise, Phys. Lett. B362, 23-28 (1995).
  29. "Kaon Scattering off Nucleons and Nuclei", Peter B. Siegel, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on the Structure of Baryons, Baryons '95, Sante Fe, N.M. Oct. 3-7, 1995.
  30. **"Throwing Natures Dice", Ricardo Aguayo, Geoff Simms and P.B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 64, 752-758 (June 1996).
  31. "Dynamical Formation of the N*(1535) and Λ(1405)", Peter B. Siegel, Pi-N Newsletter No. 14, Pgs. 1-7 (August 1998).
  32. **"Quadrupole contribution to K+-6Li scattering", Elisabeth Romotsky and P.B. Siegel, Phys. Rev. C57, 1536-1538 (1998).
  33. **"Using the Sound Board as an Analog-to-Digital Card", Kirk Hansen, Mark Harnetiaux, and Peter B. Siegel, The Physics Teacher, Vol. 36, 231-232, (1998).
  34. **"Going Bananas in the Radiation Laboratory", Barbara Hoeling, Doug Reed and P.B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 67, 440-442, (May 1999).
  35. **"Dynamical Formation of s-wave Baryon Resonances: How Many Could There Be?", P.B. Siegel and Steve Guertin, Proceedings of Eighth International Symposium on Meson-Nucleon Physics and the Structore of the Nucleon, Pi-N Newsletter No. 15, Pgs. 246-249, (December 1999).
  36. **"Nice Things about Mean Fields: Mean Field Potentials for the Classroom", Leo Chung, Elisheva Goldstein and P.B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 68, 848-853 (Sept. 2000).
  37. "Visualizing the Thin-Lens Formula", Soumya Chakravarti and P.B. Siegel, The Physics Teacher, Vol. 39, pages 342-343, Sept. 2001.
  38. "Getting Pumped Up on the Ideal Gas Law", Jolene Houser, Doug Johnson and Peter Siegel, The Physics Teacher, Vol. 40, October 2002.
  39. "Heart Rate Variability after training periods of different intensity in swimmers", Lothar Schwarz, A. Urhausen, J. Sperber, B. Coen, J. Wilkinson, P.B. Siegel, W. Kindermann, Deutsche Zeitschrift fur Sportmedizin, Jahrgang 54, Nr. 7/8, Po-044 (December 2003).
  40. "Putting your heart into physics", P.B. Siegel, A. Urhausen, J. Sperber, and W. Kindermann, Am. J. Phys. 72, 324-332 (March 2004).
  41. "Nonstationary time series analysis of heart rate variability", P.B. Siegel, J. Sperber, W. Kindermann, and A. Urhausen, Los Alamos Preprint Archive: Quantitative Biology QM/0410010 (Oct 2004).
  42. "Sequential Measurements and the Commutator", P.B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 73, 1183-1184 (Dec 2005).
  43. "Having Fun with Error Analysis", P.B. Siegel, The Physics Teacher, Vol 45, 232-234 (April 2007).
  44. **"Dead Time Correction via the Time Series", Craig Meeks and P.B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 76, 589-590 (June 2008).
  45. **"Period-speed analysis of a pendulum", Yavor Kostov, Ragib Morshed, Barbara Hoeling, Ray Chen, and P.B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 76, 956-962 (October 2008).
  46. "Introductory Helium Atomic Spectrum Analysis", Nina Abramzon and P.B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 77, 920-922 (October 2009).
  47. **"A Potential Model for Alpha Decay", D. Duarte and P.B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 78, 949-953 (September 2010).
  48. "Online with Integers", Jonathan W. Siegel and P.B. Siegel, The Physics Teacher, Vol 49, 510-511 (November 2011).
  49. "Gamma Spectroscopy of Environmental Samples", P.B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 81, 381-388 (May 2013).
  50. **"Measuring c with an LC circuit", Patrick Doran, William Hawk, and P.B. Siegel, The Physics Teacher, Vol 52, 368-370 (September 2014).
  51. "Forschungsbasiertes (inquiry based) und aktives Lernen im Physik-Anfängerpraktikum", Barbara Höling, Peter Siegel and Nina Abramzon, Tagungsband zum 2. HD-MINT Symposium 2015, 193-197 (September 24-25 2015).
  52. **"Calculating helium atomic excited states in coordinate space", Shane Hall and P.B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 83, 1028-1038 (December 2015).
  53. "Using Statcast to lift the discussion of projectile motion", P.B. Siegel, Am. J. Phys. 83, 313-314 (April, 2017).

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