Universal Journal of Physics and Application  

Universal Journal of Physics and Application is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes original and high-quality research papers in all areas of physics. As an important academic exchange platform, scientists and researchers can know the most up-to-date academic trends and seek valuable primary sources for reference.


ISSN: 2331-6535 (Print)

ISSN: 2331-6543 (Online)


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Volume 13   2019
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Vol 5(2008) No 2

TO THE PROBLEM OF FORMULATION OF BASIC PRINCIPLES IN THE THEORY OF MOLECULAR STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS

Gribov L.A. and Magarshak Y.B.

[Abstract][Full Text][Full Article - PDF]pp. 191 - 204

Comment by Bogomolov F.A. pp. 203

The Old and New Concepts of Physics :REGULAR ARTICLES

SETUP OF TURBULENCE MECHANICS ACCOUNTING FOR A PREFFERED ORIENTATION OF EDDY ROTATION

Heinloo Y.

[Abstract][Full Text][Full Article - PDF]pp. 205 - 226

Comment by Salupere A. pp. 221

Comment by Soomere T. and Engelbrecht J. pp.223

The Old and New Concepts of Physics :REGULAR ARTICLES

ON EPR PARADOX, BELL'S INEQUALITIES AND EXPERIMENTS THAT PROVE NOTHING

Ignatovich V.K.

[Abstract][Full Text][Full Article - PDF]pp. 227 - 280

Comment by Elitzur A. pp. 273

Reply by Ignatovich V.K. pp.277

The Old and New Concepts of Physics :REGULAR ARTICLES

DEMONSTRATION OF THE SPIN-STATISTICS CONNECTION IN ELEMENTARY QUANTUM MECHANICS

Morgan J.A.

[Abstract][Full Text][Full Article - PDF]pp. 281 - 294

Comment by Horzela A. pp. 293

The Old and New Concepts of Physics :REGULAR ARTICLES

SOME PUZZLES IN QUANTUM MECHANICS

Popov Y.V.

[Abstract][Full Text][Full Article - PDF]pp. 295 - 310

Comment by Kosiński P. pp. 309

The Old and New Concepts of Physics :REGULAR ARTICLES

BRIEF HISTORY OF QUANTUM MECHANICAL METHODS IN ATOMIC THEORY AND HIDDEN SYMMETRIES

Rybakov Y.P.

[Abstract][Full Text][Full Article - PDF]pp. 311 - 322

Comment by Sevastianov L.A. pp. 321

The Old and New Concepts of Physics :REGULAR ARTICLES

INCOMPATIBILITY OF THE COPENHAGEN INTERPRETATION WITH QUANTUM MECHANICS FORMALISM

Rylov Y.A.

[Abstract][Full Text][Full Article - PDF]pp. 323 - 330

Comment by Blasiak P. pp. 329

The Old and New Concepts of Physics :REGULAR ARTICLES

COEXISTENCE OF QUANTUM THEORY AND SPECIAL RELATIVITY IN SIGNALING SCENARIOS

Sancho P.

[Abstract][Full Text][Full Article - PDF]pp. 331 - 346

Comment by Hegerfeldt G.C. pp. 345

The Old and New Concepts of Physics :REGULAR ARTICLES

QUANTIZATION OF DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ATOMIC AND NUCLEAR REST MASSES AND SELF-ORGANIZATION OF ATOMS AND NUCLEI

Gareev F.A., Gareeva G.F. and Zhidkova I.E.

[Abstract][Full Text][Full Article - PDF]pp. 349 - 404

The Old and New Concepts of Physics :REVIEWS

THE TEACHER

Sissakian A.N.

[Full Text][Full Article - PDF]pp. 407 - 410

The Old and New Concepts of Physics :ESSAYS

PHYSICS STANDING ON BASELESS PLATFORM

Bhattacharjee P.R.

[Abstract][Full Text][Full Article - PDF]pp. 413 - 426

Comment by Kapuścik E. pp. 425

The Old and New Concepts of Physics :TEACHING

Remarks on the comment by Marcin Skulimowski [Concepts of Physics 4 (2007) 300-301]

Jacyna-Onyszkiewicz Z.

[Full Text][Full Article - PDF]pp. 429 - 432

The Old and New Concepts of Physics :REPLIES & DISCUSSIONS