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Henry Herman Barschall grad student 1951 UW Madison
 (On the low states of He5 and Li5)


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Myron Keith Campbell grad student 1977-1982 Yale
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Adair RK. (2010) Wildfires and animal extinctions at the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary American Journal of Physics. 78: 567-573
Adair RK. (2008) Stochastic contributions to global temperature changes. Physical Review Letters. 100: 148501
Adair RK. (2008) Essay: Physical Review Letters; Sam Goudsmit's Vision. Physical Review Letters. 100: 020001
Adair RK. (2007) Reply to "a few remarks on 'combined action of DC and AC magnetic fields on ion motion in a macromolecule'" by V. N. Binhi Bioelectromagnetics. 28: 414
Adair RK. (2006) Comment: analyses of models of ion actions under the combined action of AC and DC magnetic fields. Bioelectromagnetics. 27: 332-4
Adair RK. (2005) Comment on "How to hit home runs: Optimum baseball bat swing parameters for maximum range trajectories," by Gregory S. Sawicki, Mont Hubbard, and William J. Stronge [Am. J. Phys. 71 (11), 1152-1162 (2003)] American Journal of Physics. 73: 184-185
Adair RK, Sernelius BE, Balzano Q. (2004) Comment on "Possible induced enhancement of dispersion forces by cellular phones" by B. E. Sernelius, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2004, 6, 1363 Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 6: 3915-3918
Adair RK. (2003) Noise and stochastic resonance in voltage-gated ion channels. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 100: 12099-104
Adair RK. (2003) Comment on "Thermal noise limit on the sensitivity of cellular membranes to power frequency electric and magnetic fields". Bioelectromagnetics. 24: 444-5; discussion 44
Adair RK. (2003) Comment on the comment by Dr. Marino and Dr. Frilot on "Proposed test for detection of nonlinear response in biological preparations exposed to RF energy". Bioelectromagnetics. 24: 440-1; discussion 44
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