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Michael Norman Kreisler

Affiliations: 
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
Area:
Elementary Particles and High Energy Physics
Website:
https://www.physics.umass.edu/people/michael-kreisler
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https://inspirehep.net/record/1001850?ln=en
https://books.google.com/books?id=OIdCAAAAIAAJ

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Martin L. Perl grad student 1966 Stanford
 (Neutron Proton Elastic Scattering from 1 to 6 GeV.)
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Kreisler MN. (2013) Three decades of interacting with Arthur Kerman Cern-Proceedings. 33-39
Félix J, Berisso MC, Christian DC, et al. (2009) A0 polarization in exclusive pp reactions from the FNAL e690 experiment Aip Conference Proceedings. 1116: 97-100
Valencia E, Félix J, Wang MHLS, et al. (2008) Λ0 Polarization in pp→pΛ0K + at 800 GeV/c Aip Conference Proceedings. 1026: 315-317
Kreisler MN. (2007) National Nuclear Security and other applications of rare isotopes Proceedings of the Ieee Particle Accelerator Conference. 124-126
Castorena J, Félix J, Berisso MC, et al. (2007) Λ0 polarization in pp→pfp sΛ0anti-Λ0 at 800-GeV/c Aip Conference Proceedings. 917: 413
Christian DC, Felix J, Gottschalk EE, et al. (2006) Search for exotic baryons in 800 GeV/c pp → pX Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 37: 16-21
Reyes MA, Christian DC, Felix J, et al. (2006) Exotic baryon searches in 800 GeV/c pp → pX Aip Conference Proceedings. 814: 356-360
Christian DC, Felix J, Gottschalk EE, et al. (2005) Search for exotic baryons in 800 GeV pp-->pXi+/-piX reactions. Physical Review Letters. 95: 152001
Felix J, Berisso MC, Christian DC, et al. (2003) Resonances and Λ0 polarization in 800 GeV/c pp → pdif fracted Λ0 K + Nuclear Physics A. 721: 805c-808c
Félix J, Berisso MC, Christian DC, et al. (2002) Lambda(0) polarization in 800-GeV/cpp --> p(f)(Lambda0K+). Physical Review Letters. 88: 061801
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