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Henry Pierre Noyes

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1962- SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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https://ppa.slac.stanford.edu/ppa-emeriti-bios
https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009488826 We owe more than can be stated to the inspiration and guidance of Professor Robert Serber throughout this research

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Robert Serber grad student 1950 UC Berkeley
 (I. Phenomenological interpretation of high energy proton-proton scattering. II. Meson production by protons on deuterons.)
Rudolf Ernst Peierls post-doc 1951 University of Birmingham

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James Lindesay grad student 1981 Stanford
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Lindesay JV, Markevich AJ, Noyes HP, et al. (1986) Self-consistent, Poincaré-invariant and unitary three-particle scattering theory. Physical Review D: Particles and Fields. 33: 2339-2349
Noyes HP, Bonner WA, Tomlin JA. (1977) On the origin of biological chirality via natural beta-decay. Origins of Life. 8: 21-3
Noyes HP, Bonner WA. (1975) On the origin of molecular "handedness" in living systems. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 6: 91-8
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