Robert H. Dicke Acknowledgements

We are deeply grateful to Annie Dicke for her guidance to Bob's early life in science and society. His Scientific Autobiography is in the hands of the NAS.

  1. R. H. Dicke, A Scientific Autobiography, 1975, unpublished (Editor: the NAS sent us this document).
  2. R. H. Dicke, Nature, 192:440-441, 1961, Dirac's Cosmology and Mach's Principle.
  3. C. Brans and R. H. Dicke, Physical Review, 124:925-935, 1961, Mach's Principle and a Relativistic Theory of Gravitation.
  4. R. H. Dicke, R. Beringer, R. L. Kyhl, and A. B. Vane, Physical Review, 70:340-348, 1946, Atmospheric Absorption Measurements with a Microwave Radiometer.
  5. R. H. Dicke and J. P. Wittke, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, Addison-Wesley, Reading, Massachusetts, USA, 1960, 368pp.
  6. C. G. Montgomery, R. H. Dicke and E. M. Purcell, Principles of Microwave Circuits, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Radiation Laboratory Series, volume 8, Boston Technical Publishers, Lexington Mass, 1964, 486pp.
  7. W. B. Hawkins and R. H. Dicke, Physical Review, 91:1008-1009, 1953, The Polarization of Sodium Atoms.
  8. R. H. Dicke, Physical Review, 89:472-473, 1953, The Effect of Collisions upon the Doppler Widths of Spectral Lines.
  9. J. P. Wittke and R. H. Dicke, Physical Review, 96:530-531, 1954, Redetermination of the Hyperfine Splitting in the Ground State of Atomic Hydrogen.
  10. R. H. Dicke, Physical Review, 93:99-110, 1954, Coherence in Spontaneous Radiation Processes.
  11. N. Skribanowitz, I. P. Herman, J. C. MacGillivray, and M. S. Feld, Physical Review Letters, 30:309-312, (1973). Observation of Dicke Superradiance in Optically Pumped HF Gas.
  12. G. M. Clemence, Reviews of Modern Physics, 19:361-364, 1947, The Relativity Effect in Planetary Orbits.
  13. Popper, D. M. Astrophysical Journal, 120:316-321, 1954, Red Shift in the Spectrum of 40 Eridani B.
  14. R. H. Dicke, Nature 202:432-435, 1964, The Sun's Rotation and Relativity.
  15. R. H. Dicke, J. R. Kuhn, and K. G. Libbrecht, Astrophysical Journal, 318:451-458, 1987, Is the Solar Oblateness Variable? Measurements of 1985.
  16. J.R. Kuhn, R. I. Bush, X. Scheick, and P. Scherrer, Nature, 392:155-157, 1998, The Sun's Shape and Brightness.
  17. R. J. Kennedy and E. M. Thorndike, Physical Review, 42:400-418, 1932, Experimental Establishment of the Relativity of Time.
  18. K. Nordtvedt, Physical Review, 169:1014-1025, 1968, Equivalence Principle for Massive Bodies. I. Phenomenology; II. Theory.
  19. R. H. Dicke, P. J. E. Peebles, P. G. Roll, and D. T. Wilkinson, Astrophysical Journal, 142:414-419, 1965, Cosmic Cosmic Blackbody Radiation.
  20. R. A. Alpher, J. W. Follin, and R. C. Herman, Physical Review, 92:1347-1361, 1953, Physical Conditions in the Initial Stages of the Expanding Universe.
  21. G. Gamow, Physical Review, 74:505-506, 1948 The Origin of the Elements and the Separation of Galaxies.
  22. P. J. E. Peebles, Physical Cosmology (Princeton: Princeton University Press), Princeton NJ, pp. 125-129 and 240-242, 1971.