Emil Jan Konopinski
|July 1, 1935||Physical Review||E. J. Konopinski and G. E. Uhlenbeck||On the Fermi Theory of Beta Radioactivity|
|August 15, 1941||Physical Review||E. J. Konopinski and G. E. Uhlenbeck||On the Fermi Theory of Beta Radioactivity II: The “Forbidden” Spectra||
Part 2 of the K-U modification for "forbidden" beta decay spectra. It led to the expectation of a tensor form in Gamow-Teller decays, which is what RR later confirmed. Later work proved both K-U and RR to be incorrect.
|October 1, 1943||Reviews of Modern Physics||Emil Jan Konopinski||Beta-Decay||
Theoretical overview of Fermi’s theory 10 years later
|October 1943||Reviews of Modern Physics||Emil Jan Konopinski||Beta-Decay|
|June 24, 1953||Physical Review||E. J. Konopinski and H. M. Mahmoud||The Universal Fermi Interaction||
Cites significance of Rustad-Ruby result
|December 1953||Annual Review of Nuclear Science||E J Konopinski, L M Langer||The Experimental Clarification of the Theory of beta-Decay|
|July 1, 1955||Reviews of Modern Physics||E. J. Konopinski||Fermi's Theory of Beta-Decay||
1955 retrospective review of beta theory and experiment finds that He6 directional correlation experiment showing a tensor interaction is consistent with theory
||September 1957||Proceedings of the Rehovot Conference on Nuclear Structure||E. J. Konopinski||Theory of the Classical Beta-Decay Measurements||
Beta decay theorist E.J. Konopinski frames the experimental conundrum.
|1966||International Series of Monographs on Physics||E. J. Konopinski||The Theory of Beta Radioactivity|