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John Avery

Associate Professor

Department of Chemistry
Chemistry Laboratory IV
Universitetsparken 5
DK 2100 Copenhagen Ø
Denmark

Phone: ++45 - 35320288
Fax: ++45 - 35320299
E-mail: john@pop.ki.ku.dk

Location: C320


Curriculum vitae
Fellowships, memberships in societies
Teaching
Research Area
Publications

Curriculum vitae :


1933
born, Beirut, Lebanon, of American parents
1950
graduated, Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass
1954
B.Sc., physics, M.I.T.
1955
M.Sc., physics, University of Chicago
1965
Ph.D., theoretical chemistry, Imperial College, London
1951-1959
Physicist, Grades GS6-GS9, High Voltage Laboratory, (summers) National Bureau of Standards, Washington D.C.
1957-1958
Visiting Research Scholar, Cambridge University
1959-1961
Teaching Assistant, Department of Physics, University of Chicago
1961-1962
Research Associate, Institute for Muscle Research, (summers) Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, (Supervisor: Prof. Albert Szent-Györgyi)
1961-1962
Temporary Lecturer, Tait Institute of Mathematical Physics, Edinburgh University, (Department head: Prof. N. Kemmer)
1963-1973
Lecturer, Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Imperial College of Science and Technology, University of London (Department Head: Prof. Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson)
1969
Founded the Journal of Bioenergetics, Plenum Publishing Co.
1969-1980
Managing Editor, Journal of Bioenergetics and Biomembranes
1973-
Lektor (Associate Professor), Department of Physical Chemistry H. C. Ørsted Institute, University of Copenhagen

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Fellowships, memberships in societies :


Sigma Xi (Scientific honorary society), Chicago Chapter
Royal Institution of Great Britain
New York Academy of Science
Danish Chemical Society, Theoretical Section (Chairman, 1975-1979)
Foreign Member, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters
Raytheon Fellow, University of Chicago, (1958-1959)
Royal Society European Programme Fellow, (1968-1970)
Editorial Advisory Board, International Journal of Quantum Chemistry (1986-1991)
Technical Advisor, World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe (1988- 1997)
Contact Person for Denmark, Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, 1990-, shared in Nobel Peace Prize, 1995
Heyrovski Medal, Czech Academy of Sciences

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Teaching :


Science and Society
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Publications :


  1. The Quantum Theory of Atoms, Molecules and Photons, by J. Avery, McGraw-Hill, 1972, 378 pages.
  2. Theoria Cuantica de Atomos, Moléculas y Fotones, by J. Avery, Alhambra, Madrid, 1975, (Spanish translation of 1), 472 pages.
  3. Membrane Structure and Mechanisms of Biological Energy Transduction, J. Avery, ed., Plenum Publishing Co., First printing 1973, Second printing 1974, 602 pages.
  4. Creation and Annihilation Operators, by J. Avery, McGraw-Hill, 1976, 221 pages.
  5. Local Density Approximations in Quantum Chemistry and Solid State Physics, J.P. Dahl and J. Avery eds., Plenum Publishing Co., 1984, 851 pages.
  6. Understanding Molecular Properties, J. Avery, J.P. Dahl and A.E. Hansen eds., Reidel, Dordrecht, 1987, 598 pages.
  7. Hyperspherical Harmonics; Applictions in Quantum Theory, by J. Avery, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1989, 255 pages.
  8. Science and Society, by J. Avery, H.C.Ø. Tryk, Copenhagen, 1990, 357 pages.
  9. Dimensional Scaling in Chemical Physics, D.R. Herschbach, J. Avery and O. Goscinski eds., Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1993, 510 pages.
  10. New Methods in Quantum Theory, C.A. Tsipis, V. Popov, D.R. Herschbach and J. Avery eds., Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, (1995), 520 pages.
  11. The Chemical Bond, J. Avery ed., Special Issue of Int. J. Quantum Chem., Volume 58 Number 6, (1996) 202 pages.
  12. Progress, Poverty and Population, by J. Avery, Frank Cass, London, (1997), 151 pages.
  13. Hyperspherical Harmonics and Generalized Sturmians, by J. Avery, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, (2000), 196 pages.
  14. Introduction, by J. Avery, in The Chemical Bond, J. Avery ed., Special Issue of Int. J. Quantum Chem., 58, 537, (1996).
  15. The Structure of Liquids and Solutions as it Applies to Excitation Energy and Charge Migration Processes, by J. Avery and R. Mason, in Physical Processes in Radiation Biology, L. Augenstein, R. Mason and B. Rosenberg eds., Academic Press, 1964.
  16. Localized and Delocalized Exciton States, by J. Avery, R. Mason and L.G. Augenstein, in Quantum Aspects of Polypeptides and Polynucleotides, M. Weisbluth ed., Wiley (Interscience), 1964.
  17. Exciton Migration and Biological Systems, by J. Avery, in Electronic Aspects of Biochemistry, B. Pullman ed., Academic Press, 1964.
  18. Statistical Aspects of Resonance Energy Transfer, by J. Avery and J.C. Packer, in The Triplet State, A.B. Zahlan ed., Cambridge University Press, 1967.
  19. Measured Electron Density Distributions in Crystals as a Basis for Band Structure Calculations, by J. Avery, P. Sommer-Larsen and M. Grodzicki, in Local Density Approximations in Quantum Chemistry and Solid State Physics, J.P. Dahl and J. Avery eds., Plenum Press, 1984.
  20. Exercises on Form Factor Models, by J. Avery, in Electron and Magnetization Densities in Crystals, P. Becker ed., Plenum Press, 1980.
  21. Measured Electron Densities and Band Structure Calculations, by J. Avery and P. Sommer-Larsen, in Density Matrices and Density Functionals, V.H. Smith and R.M. Erdahl eds., Reidel, 1986.
  22. Optical Properties of Large Molecules and Clusters in the Frenkel Exciton Approximation, by J. Avery and S. Hvidt, in Understanding Molecular Properties, J. Avery, J.P. Dahl and A.E. Hansen eds., Reidel, 1986.
  23. Quasi-Tunnelling of Waves in a Constricted Passage, by J. Avery and T.A. Bak, in MATH/CHEM/COMP 1988, A. Graovac ed., Studies in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Volume 63, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1989.
  24. J. Avery, Hyperspherical Harmonics in Quantum Theory, in Problemes Non Lineaires Appliques, 1990-1991; Calcul Scientifique et Chimie Quantique, Écoles CEA-EDF-INRIA, Rocquencourt, France, (1991), pages 1-28.
  25. J. Avery, D-Dimensional Hydrogenlike Orbitals, in Dimensional Scaling in Chemical Physics, D.R. Herschbach, J, Avery, and O. Goscinski editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordricht, Netherlands, (1992), pages 139-164.
  26. Report of Working Group 6 on Sustainable Development, by J. Avery, G. Borrini and A. Haines Proceedings of the 42nd Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs, Volume 1, World Scientific, London, (1994), pages 34-39.
  27. Malthus Revisited, by J. Avery, Proceedings of the 42nd Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs, Volume 2, World Scientific, London, (1994), pages 817-821.
  28. Towards a Sustainable Global Society, by J. Avery, in A World at the Crossroads: New Conflicts, New Solutions, J. Rotblat and S. Hellman Editors, World Scientific, London, (1994), pages 163-171.
  29. United Nations Charter Reform, by J. Avery, in Proceedings of the 44nd Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs, World Scientific, London, (1994), pages 334-335.
  30. Hyperspherical Harmonics, Some Properties and Applications, by J. Avery, in , Conceptual Trends in Quantum Chemistry, Volume 1, E.S. Kryachko and J.L. Calais, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, (1994), pages 135-169.
  31. Dimensional Scaling in Quantum Theory, by J. Avery, in Structure and Dynamics of Atoms and Molecules, Conceptual Trends, J.L. Calais and E.S. Kryachko, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, (1995), (pages 133-153).
  32. Hyperspherical Sturmian Basis Functions in Reciprocal Space, by J. Avery, in New Methods in Quantum Theory, C.A. Tsipis, V. Popov, D.R. Herschbach and J. Avery eds., Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, (1995).
  33. Resonance Energy Transfer and Related Phenomena, by J. Avery, Ph.D. Thesis, Imperial College of Science and Technology, University of London, 1965, 203 pages.
  34. Delocalized Exciton States and Biological Systems by J. Avery, Z. Bay and A. Szent-Györgyi, Proc.Natl.Acad. Sci. (U.S.),47, 1742, (1961).
  35. Exciton States in Polymers, J. Avery and R. Mason, J. Phys. Chem. 69, 784, (1965).
  36. Resonance Energy Transfer and Spontaneous Photon Emission, by J. Avery, Proc. Phys. Soc. (London) 89, 677, (1966).
  37. The Retarded Dipole-Dipole Interaction in Exciton Theory, by J. Avery, Proc. Phys. Soc. (London) 89 677, (1966).
  38. Charge Transfer at Interfaces and Bioenergetics, by J. Avery, Proc. Second International Congress of Biophysics, Vienna, (1967).
  39. Retardation Effects and the Optical Properties of Polymers, by J. Avery, J. de Chemie Physique 65, 125, (1968).
  40. Raman Spectra of Tetrahalo Anions of FeIII, MnII, FeII, CuII and ZnII, by J. Avery, C. Burbidge and D.M.L. Goodgame, Spectrochemica Acta 24A, 1721, (1968).
  41. Theoretical Estimation of the Conductivity of Complicated Periodic DNA Models on the Basis of the Deformation Potential Approximation, by J. Ladik, L. Seprödi, J. Avery and J. Packer, J. Chem. Phys. 49 4243 (L), (1968).
  42. Editorial; Scope of the Journal; and Notes for Contributors Journal of Bioenergetics, 1,2 (1970).
  43. The First Excited Triplet States of the Nucleotide Bases, Calculated in Different Semiemperical SCF Schemes, by J. Packer, J. Avery, J. Ladik and C. Biczo, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 3, 79, (1969).
  44. Energy Band Structure Calculations for Poly(A-T) and Poly(G-C) in the Semiemperical SCF LCAO Crystal Orbital Approximation,by J. Packer, J. Avery, J. Ladik and C. Biczo, J. Mol. Spectr. 29, 194, (1969).
  45. Aims and Scope of the Journal of Bioenergetics, by J. Avery, Sub-Cellular Biochem. 1, 98, (1971).
  46. Biologiske Anvendelser af Kvantemekaniken, by J. Avery, Dansk Kemi 53 73 (1972) (in Danish).
  47. A Fully Retarded Expression for Rotatory Strength, by A.E. Hansen and J. Avery, Chem. Phys. Letters 13, 396, (1972).
  48. A Fully Retarded Expression for the Circular Dichroism of Polymers in the Frenkel Exciton Model, by A.E. Hansen and J. Avery, Chem. Phys. Letters 17, 561, (1972).
  49. Optical Activity of Helical Polymers; The Effect of Helix Geometry, by J. Avery and A.E. Hansen, Proc. 4th International Biophysics Congress, Moscow, (1972).
  50. A General Perspective of the Quantum Mechanical Basis of Energy Transduction, by J. Avery and C.M.E. Pavlidou, Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 227, 651, (1974).
  51. Application of Fourier Transform Methods in Molecular Orbital Theory. Calculation of Optical Properties and Tables of Two-Center One-Electron Integrals, by J. Avery and M. Cook, Theor. Chem. Acta 35, 99, (1974).
  52. On the Ordinary and Rotatory Intensities of Electronic Transitions in Polymers, by A.E. Hansen and J. Avery, Annales de la Sociteé Scientifique de Bruxelles, 89, 121, (1975).
  53. Circular Dichroism of Helical Polymers Calculated in the Frenkel Exciton Model and in the Bloch Crystal Orbital Model, by J. Avery and A.E. Hansen, Annales de la Sociteé Scientifique de Bruxelles, 89, 253, (1975).
  54. Applications of Fourier Transforms in Molecular Orbital Theory. II. Evaluation of Frenkel Exciton Lattice Sums, by J. Avery, Theor. Chim. Acta 39, 281, (1975).
  55. Generalized X-Ray Scattering Factors. Simple Closed-Form Expressions for the One-Center Case with Slater-Type Orbitals, by J. Avery and K.J. Watson, Acta Cryst. A33, 679, (1977).
  56. Generalized Scattering Factors and Generalized Fourier Transforms, by J. Avery, Acta Cryst. A35, 849 (1979).
  57. Transferable Integrals in a Deformation Density Approach to Molecular Orbital Calculations. I., by J. Avery, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 16, 1265, (1979).
  58. Transferable Integrals in a Deformation Density Approach to Molecular Orbital Calculations. II., by J. Avery and E. Berg, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 16, 1279, (1979).
  59. Transferable Integrals in a Deformation Density Approach to Molecular Orbital Calculations. III., by J. Avery, Int. J. Quantum Chem. Symposium 13, 403, (1979).
  60. Transferable Integrals in a Deformation Density Approach to Molecular Orbital Calculations. IV. Evaluation of Angular Integrals by a Vector-Pairing Method, by J. Avery and P.-J. Ørmen, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 18, 953, (1980).
  61. Transferable Integrals in a Deformation Density Approach to Molecular Orbital Calculations. V. Coupling Coefficients for Crystal Symmetry Functions, by J. Avery and P-J. Ørmen, Int. J. Quantum Chem. Symposium 14, 629, (1980).
  62. Transferable Integrals in a Deformation Density Approach to Molecular Orbital Calculations. VI. Crystal Harmonics and their Properties, by J. Avery, P.-J. Ørmen and I. Chatterjee, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 21, 515, (1982).
  63. Transferable Integrals in a Deformation Density Approach to Molecular Orbital Calculations. VII. Crystal Field Theory Using Measured Densities and Potentials, by J. Avery, P.J. Ørmen and D. Mullen, Int. J. Quantum Chem. Symposium 15, 477, (1981).
  64. Line Intensities in an A -> E × epsilon Jahn-Teller Electronic Transition, by C.J. Ballhausen and J. Avery, Mol. Phys. 43, 1199, (1981).
  65. Angular Integrations in Many-Dimensional Spaces and Hyperspherical Harmonics, by J. Avery and Z.-Y. Wen, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 22 717, (1982).
  66. Matrix Elements of a Many-Particle Hamiltonian Evaluated Using Hyperspherical Coordinates, Int. J. Quantum Chem. Symposium 17, 201, (1983).
  67. A Formulation of the Quantum-Mechanical Many-Body Problem in Terms of Hyperspherical Coordinates, by J. Avery and Z.-Y. Wen, Int. J. Quantum Chemm. 25 169 (1984).
  68. A Model for the Primary Process in Photosynthesis, by J. Avery, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 26, 917 (1984).
  69. A Model for Biological Specificity, by J. Avery, Int. J. Quantum Chem.,26, 843, (1984).
  70. Some Properties of Hyperspherical Harmonics, by Z.-Y. Wen and J. Avery, J. of Molecular Sciences (Wuhan, China) 2, 73, (1984).
  71. Hyperspherical Coordinates and the Quantum Mechanical Many-Body Problem, by J. Avery and Z.-Y. Wen, J. of Research, Mining Institute of Xi'an (Xi'an, Shaanxi, China) 3, 1, (1984) (in Chinese).
  72. Physical Attributes, Nature, 308, 137 (1984) (book reviews).
  73. Use of the S-Matrix in the Relativistic Treatment of Resonance Energy Transfer, by J. Avery, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 25, 79, (1984).
  74. Application of Hyperspherical Coordinates to the Correlation Problem, by J. Avery, B. Christensen-Dalsgaard, P. Sommer-Larsen and H. Shen, Int. J. Quantum Chem., Symposium 18, 321, (1984).
  75. Primárni Procesi Fotosyntéz, by J. Avery, Chemické listy (Prague, Czechoslovakia) 79 153 (1985) (in Czech).
  76. Some Properties of Hyperspherical Harmonics, by Z.-Y. Wen and J. Avery, J. Math. Phys. 26, 396 (1985).
  77. Orbital Angular Momentum Eigenfunctions for Many-Particle Systems, by J. Avery, Canadian J. Chem. 63, 1719, (1985).
  78. Construction of Orbital Angular Momentum Eigenfunctions for Many-Particle Systems by Harmonic Projection, by J. Avery and P. Sommer-Larsen, Int. J. Quantum. Chem. 29, 1735, (1986).
  79. Torsion-Vibration Interaction in CH3O, by H. Rudolf, J. Avery and J.O. Henningsen, J. Molec. Spectr. 117, 38, (1986).
  80. The Quantum Mechanical Many-Body Problem in Hyperspherical Coordinates. Analysis of Systems with Coulomb Interactions in Terms of Hydrogenlike Wave Functions, by J. Avery, P. Sommer-Larsen and H. Shen, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 26, 129, (1986).
  81. Optical Properties of Large Molecules and Clusters in the Frenkel Exciton Picture, by J. Avery and S. Hvidt, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 29, 497, (1986).
  82. Many-Dimensional Hydrogenlike Wave Functions and the Quantum Mechanical Many-Body Problem, by J. Avery, Int. J. Quantum Chem., Symposium 20, 57 (1986).
  83. Correlation in Iterated Solutions of the Momentum-Space Schrödinger Equation, by J. Avery, Chem. Phys. Letters 138, 520, (1987).
  84. The Band Structure of Silicon, Based on X-Ray Diffraction Data, by P. Sommer-Larsen and J. Avery, Acta Cryst. Suppl. A43, 109, (1987).
  85. Spectroscopy of Large Molecules in the Frenkel Exciton Approximation, by J. Avery, J. Mol. Structure (Theochem) 179, 225, (1988).
  86. Iteration of the Momentum-Space Schrödinger Equation, by J. Avery and P. Sommer-Larsen, Int. J. Quantum Chem, Symposium 22, 437, (1988).
  87. A New Approach to the Quantum Mechanics of Atoms and Small Molecules, by J. Avery and F. Antonsen, Int. J. Quantum Chem., Symposium 23, 159, (1989).
  88. Approximate Separation of the Hyperradius for Many-Particle Systems, by J. Avery, D.Z. Goodson and D.R. Herschbach, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 39, 657, (1991).
  89. Dimensional Scaling and the Quantum Mechanical Many-Body Problem, by J. Avery, D.Z. Goodson, and D.R. Herschbach, Theor. Chim. Acta 81, 1, (1991).
  90. Magnetic Interactions and 4-Currents, by J. Avery and F. Antonsen, Journal of Molecular Structure (Theochem), 261, 69, (1992).
  91. Hyperspherical Sturmian Basis Functions, by J. Avery and D.R. Herschbach, Int. J. Quantum Chem., 41, 673, (1992).
  92. Iteration of the Schrödinger Equation Starting from Hartree-Fock Wave Functions, by J. Avery and F. Antonsen, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 43, 87, (1992).
  93. 4-Currents in Relativistic Quantum Chemistry, J. Avery, F. Antonsen and I. Shim, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 45, 573, (1993).
  94. Selected Applications of Hyperspherical Harmonics in Quantum Theory, by J. Avery, J. Phys. Chem. 97, 2406, (1993).
  95. Evaluation of Angular Integrals by Harmonic Projection, J. Avery and F. Antonsen, Theor. Chim. Acta. 85, 33, (1993).
  96. Future Environment of Health in Europe: Technology, by J. Avery, World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe (Copenhagen), Report of the Second Consultation on Future Trends in Society and the European HFA Strategy, (1992).
  97. Fock Transforms in Reciprocal-Space Quantum Theory, by J. Avery, J. Mathematical Chemistry 15, 233, (1994).
  98. Sturmian Basis sets in Momentum Space, by J. Avery, T. Børsen Hansen, M. Wang and F. Antonsen, Int. J. Quantum Chem., 57 401-411, (1996).
  99. Egy Fenntarthatc Globalis Tarsadalom Fele', by J. Avery, Fizikai Szamle, 44, 379-384, (1994) (Hungarian translation of Towards a Sustainable Global Society, (1994)).
  100. A Fourier Transform Approach to Potential Harmonics, by J. Avery, W. Bian, J. Loeser and F. Antonsen, Int. J. Quantum Chem., 63, 5-14 (1997).
  101. Representation of Cusps in a Hyperspherical Basis Set, by J. Avery and F. Antonsen, J. Mathematical Chemistry, 19, 289-300, (1996).
  102. A Momentum-Space Picture of the Chemical Bond, by J. Avery and T. Børsen Hansen, Int. J. Quantum Chem., 60, 201-211, (1996).
  103. Kemi i Medicinens Tjenste, by J. Avery, Naturligvis, 29-31, (1996).
  104. Generalized Potential Harmonics and Contracted Sturmians, by V. Aquilanti and J. Avery, Chem. Phys. Letters 267, 1-8, (1997).
  105. Technology, Economics and Population in the 21st Century, by J. Avery, pages 562-567, Proceedings 46th Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs, Lahti, Finland, September 2-7, (1996), Joseph Rotblat, Ed., World Scientific, London, (1998).
  106. Towards a War-Free World, by J. Avery, pages 165-167, Proceedings 46th Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs, Lahti, Finland, September 2-7, (1996), Joseph Rotblat, Ed., World Scientific, London, (1998).
  107. Report on Working Group 5: Developing in Peace, by J. Avery, pages 58-60, Proceedings 46th Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs, Lahti, Finland, September 2-7, (1996), Joseph Rotblat, Ed., World Scientific, London, (1998).
  108. Many-Particle Sturmians, by J. Avery, J. Math. Chem. 21, 285-304, (1997).
  109. Relativistic Sturmian Basis Functions, by John Avery and Frank Antonsen, J. Math. Chem., (24 175-185, (1998).
  110. Many-Electron Sturmians as an Alternative to the SCF-CI Method, by J. Avery, Adv. Quantum Chem. 31, 201-229, (1999).
  111. Report on Working Group 10: Social Responsibility of Scientists, by J. Avery and I. Slaus, Procedings, in Remember Your Humanity, J. Rotblat Editor, World Scientific, London, (1999), pages 97-99.
  112. The Impact of Science and Technology on the Fate of Humankind, by J. Avery, in Remember Your Humanity, J. Rotblat Editor, World Scientific, London, (1999), pages 873-880.
  113. Many-Electron Sturmians Applied to Atoms and Ions, by J. Avery, J. Mol. Struct. (Theochem) 458, 1-9, (1999).
  114. A Formula for Angular and Hyperangular Integration, by J. Avery, J. Math. Chem., 24, 169-174, (1998).
  115. Many-Electron Sturmians Applied to Molecules, by J. Avery and S. Sauer, in Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics, Volume 1, A. Hernández-Laguna, J. Maruani, R. McWeeney and S. Wilson editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, (2000).
  116. Towards a War-Free World, by J. Avery, in Security, Cooperation and Disarmament, the Unfinished Agenda for the 1990's, J. Rotblat, editor, World Scientific, (1999), pages 165-170.
  117. Technology, Economics and Population in the 21st Century, by J. Avery, in Security, Cooperation and Disarmament, the Unfinished Agenda for the 1990's, J. Rotblat, editor, World Scientific, (1999), pages 562-567.
  118. Generalized Sturmians Applied to Atoms in Strong External Fields, by John Avery and Cecilia Coletti, J. Math. Chem. 27, 43-51 (2000).
  119. Many-Electron Sturmians Applied to Atoms and Ions in Strong External Fields, by John Avery and Cecilia Coletti, in New Trends in Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics, J. Marauani et al. (eds.), pages 77-93, Kluwer Academic Publishers, (2001).
  120. Core Ionization Energies of Atoms and Molecules Calculated Using the Generalized Sturmian Method, by John Avery and Rune Shim, Int. J. Quantum Chem. 79, 1-7 (2000).
  121. The Impact of Science and Technology on the Fate of Humankind, in Remember Your Humanity, J. Rotblat editor, World Scientific, (1999), pages 873-880.
  122. Malthus' Essay on the Principle of Population, by John Avery, Encylopedia of Life Support Systems, UNESCO (1999) in press.
  123. The Generalized Sturmian Method and Inelastic Scattering of Fast Electrons, by J. Avery, J. Math. Chem. 27, 279-292, (2000).
  124. Sturmian Expansions for Quantum Mechanical Many-Body Problems and Hyperspherical Harmonics, by V. Aquilanti and J. Avery, Advances in Quantum Chemistry, 39, 72-101, (2001).
  125. Molecular Sturmians, Part 1, by J. Avery and R. Shim, Int. J. Quantum Chem., 83, 1-10 (2001).
  126. Report on Working Group 6: Public Health and Peace, by J. Avery, in The Long Roads to Peace, J. Rotblat editor, World Scientific, (2001), pages 54-56.
  127. An International Police Force?, by J. Avery, in The Long Roads to Peace, J. Rotblat editor, World Scientific, (2001), pages 221-223.
  128. Poverty, Disease and War, by J. Avery, in The Long Roads to Peace, J. Rotblat editor, World Scientific, (2001), 380-383.
  129. A Theoretic-Numeric Approach to the Derivation of Electronic Non-Adiabatic Coupling Terms, by John Avery, Michael Baer and Gert D. Billing, (submitted to Phys. Rev.)
  130. Sturmians, by John Avery, in Handbook of Molecular Physics and Quantum Chemistry, Wiley, Chichester (in press).
  131. Sturmian Methods in Quantum Theory, by John Avery, Proceedings Workshop on Concepts in Chemical Physics, Technical University of Denmark, (2001).
  132. Atomic Orbitals and Atomic Structure, by John Avery and Roy McWeeny in Handbook of Molecular Physics and Quantum Chemistry, Wiley, Chichester (in press).
  133. Molecular Orbitals and Molecular Structure, by John Avery and Roy McWeeny in Handbook of Molecular Physics and Quantum Chemistry, Wiley, Chichester (in press).
  134. Orbitals for Periodic Systems, by John Avery and Roy McWeeny in Handbook of Molecular Physics and Quantum Chemistry, Wiley, Chichester (in press).

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