List of publications:


Ludwik Kowalski; updated in November 2014.

Department of Mathematical Sciences
Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ, USA

 * Asterisks refer to publications without co-authors.


  *1. "Construction and Study of a Bismuth Fission Chamber for Detection  
        of High Energy Neutrons."  (ln French)  J. Phys. Rad., 1960, 21, 779.

   2. "Thin Layers of Csl(Tl), Obtained by Evaporation Under a Vacuum, as a 
      Detector of Fission Fragments . " ( In French ) J. Phys. Rad., 1962, 23, 63.

   3. "The Kinematic Effect in Fission of Uranium, Bismuth and Gold, Induced by
      Protons of 156 MeV." ( In French ) Physics Letters, 1962, 2, 256. 

   4. "Semiconductor Detectors of Nuclear Radiations." (In Polish) Postepy 
      Fizyki, 1962, 13, 463 .

   5. "Angular Distributions and Cross Sections of Fission Induced in Uranium, 
      Bismuth and Gold by Protons of 156 MeV." (In French) J. Phys. Rad.,1963, 24, 
     901. 

  *6. "A Study of High Energy Fission of Heavy Nuclei." (Thesis to obtain the 
       degree of Doctor of Physical Science, published in its entirety, in French.)  
       Annales de Physique, 1964, 9, 211.

  *7. "Track Detectors, New Method of Visualization of Nuclear Particles. "  
      (In Polish) Postepy Fizyki, 1964, 15, 437.

  *8. "Recent Advances in Semiconductor Detectors of Nuclear Radiations." 
       (In Polish) Postepy Fizyki, 1964, 15, 547.

   9. "Test of the Independence Hypothesis: Spectra of Alphas and Protons
      from Co59 + d and Ni62 + p." Proceedings of International Conference 
      Nuclear Physics, Gutlinburg (1966) Academic Press, 1967.

  10. "Reaction Cross Sections of Excited Nuclei. " Physical Review, 1967, 163, 1074.
       163, 1074 .

  11. "Reaction Cross Sections for Low Energy Alpha Particles." Physical 
        Review, 1968, 168, 1224 .

  12. "Complete-fusion Collisions in Heavy-lon Reactions." Physical Review, 
       1968, 169, 894 .

  13. "Study of the Particles Emitted from Br75..." Physical Review, 1968, 174, 1409.

 *14. "The Use of Mica in Understanding Nuclear Reactions." Yale Scientific, 1968. 

  15. "Investigation of the Bohr Independence Hypothesis for Nuclear Reactions
        in the Continuum . . . " Physical Review, 1969, 187, 1449.

  16. "Study of Protons and Alpha Particles Emitted from Br75..." Physical 
        Review, 1969, 188, 1771.

  17. "Fissionability as a Function of Angular Momentum for the Re18l...''
        Physical Review C, 1970, 1, 259 .

  18. "Measurements of the Cross Sections for Formation of the Compound
        Nuclei in Heavy lon Reactions. " Radiation Effects, 1970, 5, 227.

  19 . "Angular Distribution of Fission Fragments from the Y107 Compound
         Nucleus Excited to 107 MeV. " Physical Review, 1971, 3, 1370.

 *20. "Nuclear Cross Sections." The Physics Teacher, 1972, 10, 132.

  21. "Fission and Complete-fusion Probabilities as a Function of Angular 
        Momentum ..." Physical Review C, 1974, 10, 200 .

 22. "Complete Fusion of Heavy Ions with A127." Physical Review C, 1975, 11, 1497.

  23. "A Greenhouse Box. " The Physics Teacher, 1976, 14, 169.

*24. "Radioactivity and Nuclear Clocks." The Physics Teacher, 1976,14, 409.

  25.  "Reactions of 336 MeV S32 with In . " Physical Review C, 1976, 13, 1496 .

  26. "Walking on Horizontal Surfaces." The Physics Teacher, 1977, 15, 179.

 *27. "Solar Technology Sourcebook: A Book Review." The Physics Teacher,
        1977, 15, 246 .

  28. "Energy and Spin Dependence of Fission, 1 H and 4He Emission from
       l94-Hg Compound Nuclei. " Physical Review Letters, 1978, 40, 1074.

  29. "Sequential Fission in Deeply Inelastic Collisions Between Heavy Ions: 
        Coincidence Studies of Heavy Fragments in Reactions of 730 MeV Kr 
        With Au", Physical Review C, 1978.
 
  30. "Understanding Physics"  (With H . Hellman)  This elementary textbook   
       and the associated Instructor's  Manual were published in 1978 by 
       Dickenson (Now Wadsworth Publishing Company, Belmont, California).    

 31. "Coincidence Studies of Heavy Fragments . . . " Physical Review, 1979, 19, 54.

  32. "Coding JCL Data Definition Statements. " ECN Newsbriefs, No. Z4, April 24, 1979.

  33. "Rapid Energy Equilibration and Emission of H and He in the Reactlons
       of 340 MeV   Ar with 197 Au . " Physical Review C, 1980, 22, 104.

  34. "Correlations Between Fission Fragments for 172 MeV 20Ne + 197Au."
       Z . Phys . A, 1982, 307, 221.

  35. "Coincidence Studies of Heavy Fragment Pairs in the Reactions 334
        MeV Ar + Au." Z. Phys. A, 1982, 307, 237.

 *36. "An Attempt to Use Computers in Teaching Physics. " Comments, Vol
        11, Nos. 1 and 2 p. 83, Montclair State College.

  38. "Rotational Effects in Heavy Ion Collisions", Phys. Lett. 131B, 297,1983.

  39. "Products of 3 < Z < 9 from Long-Lived Intermediates in the Reactions
       336 MeV 40Ar + Ag, 154Sm and Au." Z. Phys. A, 1983, 311, 89.

  40. "Onset of Damping in Energetic Heavy Ion Interactions. " Physical
        Review Letters, 1983, 51, 642.

  41. "Multiplicities for Evaporative 4He Emission in Heavy lon Reactions."
        Z . Phys . A, 1984, 316, 169 .

 *42. "A Comment About the Definition of Simulation." Journal of Computers
         in Mathematics and Science Teachinq, W-1984/85, 50.

  43. "The Code Linda: A Monte Carlo Reaction Simulation for Correlated
        Fragments. " Computer Physics Communications, 1985, 36, 395.

 *44. "Computer Simulations. " Physics Today, May 1985, 9.

 *45. "Pseudorandom Numbers." Incider, October 1985, 118.

 *46. "The Sl is not ideal for Teaching Elementary Electromagnetism." 
         Am. J. Phys., 1985, 53, 1131.

 *47. "A Short History of the Si Units in Electricity." The Physics Teacher,
         February, 1986, 97.  This publication will be reproduced as an item
         in the "Physics Teachers CD-ROM Toolkit". Permission to reproduce
         was requested and signed in March 1993.

  48. "Blured Images of Complete Fusion and Incomplete Fusion: Reaction
       Simulation Analysis of Fission Fragment Angular Correlations." 
         Z.  Phys. A, 1986, 323, 83.

 *49. "Programming to Learn Physics. " The Physics Teacher, May 1987.

  50. "Supprising Properties of the Nuclear Stratosphere Indicated by Energy
        Spectra and Large Angular Correlations", Phys. Lett. B, 1987, 191, 253.

 *51. " A Myth about capacitors in Series, The Physics Teacher, 1988, 286.

  52. "Mechanisms for Light Charged particle emission in the Reaction 247
        and 337 MeV Ar-40 and Ag-nat.", Physical Review C, 1988, 37, 2540.

  53. "Large Angular Correlations between He and H in Reactions 247 and 
        337 MeV Ar-40 and Ag-nat.: Unexpected Properties of the Nuclear 
        Stratosphere.", Physical Review C, 1988, 37, 2561.

  54. "Radioactive Cesium in Edible Mushrooms", J. Agric. Food Chem., 1989,
        37, 568.

 *55. "About Electrostatic Shielding", The Physics Teacher, 1989, 27, 366.

 *56. "A Personal Reaction to Critical Thinking", Inquiry, February, 1989.

 *57. "More Questions About Critical Thinking", Inquiry, May, 1990. 

  58.   "Tracking the Dissipation of Energy and Angular Momentum in Central
         Collisions Between Ag and Ar-40 of 7, 17 and 34 MeV/nucleon",
         Physical Review C, 1990, 43, 2035.

 *59   "Baltwood Uses Radiactivity to Obtain the Age of Rocks", an article
          in GREAT EVENTS FROM HISTORY II: SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, Salem
          Press, 1991 (pages 285 to 289). This five-volume encyclopedia 
          was edited by Frank N. Magil.
   
 *60. "An Open Letter to Tom Bridges", Inquiry,  October 1991.

 *61. "On Field Lenses", The Physics Teacher, 1992, 30, 366.

  62. "Imagination in Japanese Educational Experiments", The Technology
         Teacher, vol 52, No. 3, p12,  December 1992

 *63.   "The International System of Units is Created", entry into the "The Twentieth 
          Century: Great Scientific Achievements" Salem Press Encyclopedia, p 712-714.
 
*64.  "Let's Pretend: The Case for Computer Simulaions", Inquiry,
          December 1991 (vol 10, No 4, pages 16-17).

 
  65.  "Alternatives for Understanding Qualtitative Features that Dominate Particle-
          particle Correlations in Heavy-ion Reactions.", Physical Review C, 1993, 46, 
          2874.

 *66. " Feynman Revisited", The Physics Teacher, 1994, 32, 133.

  67.  "Simplifications: To Accept or Not to Accept", The Physics Teacher, 1994,
	 32, 197.

  68.  "Exploration of Extremely Short Times in Nuclear Reactions", American Journal
         of Physics, 62, (6), 545,1995.

  69. " Mechanical Resonance Displaying Changes in Phase to Large Audiences",    
         American Journal of Physics, 63, (3), 1, 1995.

 *70. "How Does Stable Becomes Unstable?", The Physics Teacher, 70, Febr 1995

  71. " A Nonlinear Mechanical Oscillator for Physics Laboratories",    
         American Journal of Physics, 64, (5), 1, 1996.

  72. "Fusionlike Reactions of Ar-40 up to 1.36 GeV: Prethermalization and
       Postthermalization Particles and Fragments," Physical Review C, vol 53
       # 4, pages 1473 to 1477, 1996.

  73. Capacitors in Series: a Laboratory Activity to Promote Critical Thinking”,
      Physics Education, vol 31, #6, 493, 1996.

 *74. Will New Technology Solve the NuclearWaste Problem?â"
        The Physics Teacher, vol 35, February 1997, p 126-127.

  75. "Spallation neutron spectra measurements, part Iâ" Nuclear Instruments
       and Methods in Physics Research, A 385, p 339-344, 1997. 

  76. "Spallation neutron spectra measurements, part IIâ" Nuclear Instruments
       and Methods in Physics Research, A 385, p 345-353, 1997. 

 *77. Letter to the Editor on Nuclear Wastes, Physics Today, January, 1998, 
       page 5 and 87

  78. "Investigating Coulomb’s Lawâ" The Science Teacher, vol 65, #1,
       January 1998, pages 46 to 49

  79. "Splintering Central Collisions: Systematics of Momentum and Energy 
       Deposition for (17-115)A MeV Ar-40â" Physical Review, vol 57, # 3,
       March 1998, p1032 to 1036.

 *80 "Nuclear Waste and its Disposalâ" Encyclopedia of Natural Resources,
       Salem Press, 1998.

 *81. "Is Teaching Physics over the Internet Desirable?." The Physics 
        Teacher, vol 38, #8, November 2000.

  82. "Electro-optical detection of charged particlesâ" Nuclear Instruments 
      and Methods in Physics Research, A 452, p396-400, 2000.

 *83. "Teaching Advanced physics: Who, When, How?" The Physics 
        Teacher, vol 39, #1, January 2001.

  84. "Electro-optical Measurements of Picosecond length of 45 MeV 
         Electron Beamâ" J. Appl. Phys. 4921, 2001

  85.  "Novel single shot scheme to measure submillimeter electron bunch 
         lengths using electro-optical technoque", Physical Review Special 
         Topics - Accelerators and Beams, vol 5, 042801 (2002).

 *86 "Answering Questions about Cold Fusion," Letter to the Editor of 
       The Physics Teacher, vol 41, June 2003. (In June, July and August 
       TPT is published in the electronic form only. Use the URL below.)
       http://ojps.aip.org/journals/doc/PHTEAH-home/letters/jun2003.pdf
       

 *87 " Hell on Earth: Brutality and Violence Under the Stalinist Regime"      
       A book published in 2008 by Wastland Press, ISBN 978-1-60047-232-9
       
 *88 "Use of CR-39 in Pd/D co-deposition experimentsâ" Eur. Phys. J. Appl. Phys. 
      44, pages 287-290 (2008). The article can be downloaded for CMNS library 
      as: http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/KowalskiLcommentson.pdf
 
 *89  "Tyranny to Freedom: Diary of a Former Stalinist"      
       A book published in 2009 by Wastland Press, ISBN 978-1-60047-390-6
             
 *90 "Piezonuclear decay of thoriumâ" Phys. Lett. A, 379, (2009) pages 696-697

 *91 "Comments on Codeposition Electrolysis Results."  J. Condensed Matter 
       Nucl. Sci. 5 (2011) pages 34–41 
         http://www.iscmns.org/CMNS/publications.htm 
 
  92 "Abnormal Emission of Charged Nuclear Projectiles: Highly reproducible 
      or not?" The accepted article will be published in AIP LENR Source Book; 
      Low Energy Energy Nuclear Reactions. The anticipated date is November 
      or December, 2010.   
      
 *93 "Issues Related to Reproducibility in a CMNS Experiment"
       Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, June 2011, p. 37-40
       http://www.iscmns.org/CMNS/JCMNS-Vol5.pdf
       
 *94 "Kindle 3 How To: Notes To SHARE mini-tutorial, 2011"
       http://www.amazon.com/Kindle-How-Notes-Share-ebook/dp/B006LR5R86
       
 *95 "Rossi's Reactors--Reality or Fiction?"
       Progress in Physics, January 2012, p 33-35  
       http://www.ptep-online.com/index_files/2012/PP-28-07.PDF 
 
 *96 Keynote mini-tutorial, 2012
       http://pages.csam.montclair.edu/~kowalski/keynote9.html
       
 *97 "Using Mission Control on My Macintosh" 2012
       www.amazon.com/Using-Mission-Control-Macintosh-ebook/dp/B0072ZM6AI

 *98 "Two WWII Memoirs" 2012
       www.amazon.com/Two-Memoirs-ebook/dp/B0079DJ3PO

*99 "Social Aspects of Cold Fusion: 23 Years Later." 
        Progress in Physics, April 2012, p L17-L19  
        www.ptep-online.com/index_files/2012/PP-29-L2.PDF


*100 "Cold Fusion is not voodoo science," 
      Kindle Book, March 2012, at Amazon.com
      also http://pages.csam.montclair.edu/~kowalski/cf/403memoir.html
      
      
*101   "Passive learning in the electronic age," Physics Today, October 2013, page 8

*102   "Confrontations Between Theists and Atheists" Polish Philosophical Journal, FAG, October 2014
       www.nauka-a-religia.uz.zgora.pl/index.php/czasopismo/39-fag-2014/756-fag-2014-art-02

      

      *) ALSO SEE THE LIST OF 59 CONFERENCE PRESENRATIONS AT: 
      
      http://pages.csam.montclair.edu/~kowalski/LK_presentations.html