Historical papers

References on historical papers

1896H. Becquerel 1) Sur les radiations émises par phosphorescence; 2) Sur les radiations invisibles émises par les corps phosphorescents Comptes-Rendus de l’Académie des Sciences, 122 (1896) 420 (24 février 1896) &
Comptes-Rendus de l’Académie des Sciences, 122 (1896) 501 (2 mars 1896) - Details in a paper, in French, by J.L. Basdevant The first paper is translated in English in « A. Pais, Inward Bound, Oxford University Press, 1986
1914J. Chadwick Intensitatsverteilung im magnetischen spektrum der beta-strahlen von radium B+CVerhandlungen der deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft 16 (1914) 383
1927C.D. Ellis and W.A. Wooster The Average Energy of Disintegration of Radium E Proc. Roy. Soc. A 117 (1927) 109
1929R. d'E. Atkinson and F.G. HoutermansZur Frage der Aufbaumöglichtkeit der Elementen in SternenZ. Phys. 54 (1929) 656
1930W. Pauli Dear radioactive ladies and gentlemen Pauli to L. Meitner (in German) , English translation by K. Rieselmann, French translation
1932J. Chadwick Possible existence of a neutron Nature 129 (1932) 312
1933E. Fermi Tentativo di una teoria dell’emissione dei raggi betaRicerca Scientifica 4 (1933) 491 - Reprint in ”Enrico Fermi, Collected papers, vol. I, The University of Chicago Press”
1933W. Pauli Discussion du rapport de M. Heisenberg « Structure et propriétés des noyaux atomiques » 7ème Conseil Physique Solvay, Bruxelles, 1933, Gautier-Villars (1934) p. 324
1933F. Perrin Possibilité d’émission de particules neutres de masse intrinsèque nulle dans les radioactivités betaComptes-Rendus 197 (1933) 1625
1934E. FermiTentativo di una teoria dei raggi betaNuovo Cimento 11 (1934) 1 - Reprint in ”Enrico Fermi, Collected papers, vol. I, The University of Chicago Press”
1934F. Perrin La dissymétrie des spectres beta positifs et négatifs et la masse intrinsèque du neutrino ou ergonComptes-Rendus 198 (1934) 2086
1934E. FermiVersuch einer theorie der beta-strahlen Z. Phys. 88 (1934) 161 - English translation: Fred L. Wilson, Fermi's Theory of Beta Decay, American Journal of Physics 36, 1150 (1968)
1934J. Chadwick and D.E. Lea Attempt to detect a neutral particle of small mass Proc. Cambridge Phil. Soc. 30 (1934) 59
1934H. Bethe and R. Peierls The neutrino Nature 133 (1934) 532
1934W. Baade and F. ZwickyOn super-novaeProc. of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 20 (1934) 254 , Proc. of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 20 (1934) 259
1935H. Bethe Ionization power of a neutrino with magnetic moment Proc. Cambridge Phil. Soc. 31 (1935) 108
1935M. Goeppert-Mayer Double-beta disintegration Phys. Rev. 48 (1935) 512
1935W.J. HendersonThe mass of the neutrinoProc. Cambridge Phil. Soc. 31 (1935) 285
1935M.E. Nahmias An attempt to detect the neutrino Proc. Cambridge Phil. Soc. 31 (1935) 99
1936H.A. Bethe and R.F. BacherNuclear Physics. A: Stationary States of NucleiRev. Mod. Phys. 8 (1936) 82
1937Ettore Majorana Teoria simmetrica dell’elettrone e del positrone Nuovo Cimento 14 (1937) 171
1937G. Racah Sulla simmetria tra particelle e antiparticelle Nuovo Cimento 14 (1937) 322
1937C.F. von Weizsäcker Über Elementumwandlungen im Innern der Sterne Physikalisches Zeitschrift 38 (1937) 176 - "On the transformation of elements in the core of stars"
1938H.A. Bethe and C.L. Critchfield The formation of deuterons by proton combination Phys. Rev. 54 (1938) 248
1938H.R. Crane and J. Halpern The experimental evidence for the existence of a neutrino Phys. Rev. 53 (1938) 789
1939H.A. Bethe Energy production in stars Phys. Rev. 55 (1939) 434
1939W.H. Furry On transition probabilities in double-beta disintegration Phys. Rev. 56 (1939) 1184
1940G. Gamow and M. Schoenberg The Possible Role of Neutrinos in Stellar Evolution Phys. Rev. 58 (1940) 1117
1941G. Gamow and M. Schoenberg Neutrino theory of stellar collapse Phys. Rev. 59 (1941) 539
1942J.S. Allen Experimental evidence for the existence of a neutrino Phys. Rev. 61 (1942) 692
1946B. Pontecorvo Inverse beta process Report PD-205 of the National Research Council of Canada, Division of Atomic Energy, Chalk River, Ontario, Nov. 13, 1946 (available in *Winter, K. (ed.): Neutrino physics*, p.25, in *Pontecorvo, B.: Selected scientific works*, p. 21, in *Bahcall, J.N. (ed.) et al.: Solar neutrinos* 97-106) - Reprint in “Neutrino Physics”, ed. by K. Winter, Cambridge University Press, 1991
1947E. Fireman Double beta decay Phys. Rev. 74 (1948) 1238 - Minutes of the APS meeting in Washington (April 29 to May 1, 1948)
1947E.J. Konopinsky 3H and the mass of the neutrino Phys. Rev. 72 (1947) 518
1947B. Pontecorvo Nuclear capture of mesons and the meson decay Phys. Rev. 72 (1947) 246
1948J.S. Allen The Search for the Neutrino through Nuclear Recoil Experiments Am . J. Phys. 16, 451, December, 1948
1948G. Gamow The reality of neutrinos Physics Today 1, 3, 4 (1948)
1949L.W. Alvarez A proposed Experimental Test of the Neutrino Theory UCRL Report 328 (1949)
1949S.C. Curran, J. Angus and A.L. Cockroft The beta spectrum of tritium Phys. Rev. 76 (1949) 853
1949E.L. Fireman A measurement of the half-life of double-beta decay of Sn124 Phys. Rev. 75 (1949) 323
1949G.C. Hanna and B. Pontecorvo The beta spectrum of 3H Phys. Rev. 75 (1949) 983
1950Mark G. Inghram and John H. Reynolds Double-beta decay of 130Te Phys. Rev. 78 (1950) 822
1952L.M. Langer and R.J.D. MoffatThe beta spectrum of tritium and the mass of the neutrinoPhys. Rev. 88 (1952) 689
1952George W. Rodeback and James S. Allen Neutrino recoils following the capture of orbital electrons in 37Ar Phys. Rev. 86 (1952) 446 - Reprint in “Neutrino Physics”, ed. by K. Winter, Cambridge University Press, 1991
1953D.R. Hamilton, W.P. Alford and L. Gross Upper limits on the neutrino mass from the tritium beta spectrumPhys. Rev. 92 (1953) 1521
1953F. Reines and C.L. Cowan Detection of the free neutrino Phys. Rev. 92 (1953) 830
1955Raymond Davis Jr. Attempt to Detect the Antineutrino from a Nuclear Reactor by the 37Cl(neutrino,e-)37Ar reaction Phys. Rev. 97 (1955) 766
1956W.H. Barkas et al. Mass-ratio method applied to the measurement of the L-meson masses and the energy balance in pion decay Phys. Rev. 101 (1956) 778
1956C.L. Cowan, F. Reines, F.B. Harrison, H.W. Cruse and A.D. McGuire Detection of the free neutrino: a confirmationScience 124 (1956) 103, July 20, 1956 - Reprint in “Neutrino Physics”, ed. by K. Winter, Cambridge University Press, 1991
1956T.D. Lee and C.N. Yang Question of Parity Conservation in Weak Interactions Phys. Rev. 104 (1956) 254
1956M.E. NahmiasLe neutrino – Mise au point de l’état actuel du problèmeCNRS
1956Frederick Reines and Clyde Cowan jr.The neutrinoNature 178 (1956) 446
1957C.S. Wu, E. Ambler, R.W. Hayward, D.D. Hoppes, R.P. Hudson Experimental test of parity conservation in beta decayPhys. Rev. 105 (1957) 1413
1957A. SalamOn parity conservation and neutrino massNuovo Cimento 5 (1957) 299
1957W. Pauli On the earlier and more recent history of the neutrinoPhysik und Erkenntnistheorie p. 156, Fried, Vieweg and Sohn, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1984 - Reprint in “Neutrino Physics”, ed. by K. Winter, Cambridge University Press, 1991
1957B. Pontecorvo Inverse beta processes and nonconservation of lepton charge Soviet Physics JETP 7 (1958) 172 ; ZETF 34 (1957) 247
1957F. Reines, C.L. Cowan Neutrino Physics Physics Today 10, August 1957, 12
1957T.D. Lee and C.N. Yang Parity non-conservation and a two-component theory of the neutrinoPhys. Rev. 105 (1957) 1671
1957M. Goldhaber, L. Grodzins, A. Sunyar Evidence for Circular Polarization of Bremsstrahlung Produced by Beta Rays Phys. Rev. 106 (1957) 826
1957Richard L. Garwin, Leon M. Lederman and Marcel WeinrichObservations of the failure of conservation of parity and charge conjugation in meson decaysPhys. Rev. 105 (1957) 1415
1957C.L. Cowan and F. Reines Test of neutrino-antineutrino identity Phys. Rev. 106 (1957) 825
1957G. Askaryan Hydrodynamic radiation from the tracks of ionizing particles in stable liquids Sov. J. Atom. Energy 3 (1957) 921
1957L.D. LandauOn the conservation laws for weak interactionNucl. Phys. 3 (1957) 127
1958J.S. AllenThe neutrinoPrinceton University Press - Review by A.H. Snell, Physics Today 11, 11, 36 (1958)
1958R.P. Feynman and M. Gell-MannTheory of the Fermi interactionPhys. Rev. 109 (1958) 193
1958M. Goldhaber, L. Grodzins, A. Sunyar Helicity of neutrinos Phys. Rev. 109 (1958) 1015
1958L. GrodzinsLifetime of a 1- level in 152SmPhys. Rev. 109 (1958) 1014
1959B. Pontecorvo The universal Fermi interaction and astrophysics Soviet Physics JETP 9 (1960) 1148 , J. Exp. Theoret. Phys. 36 (1959) 1615
1959B. Pontecorvo Electron and muon neutrinos Soviet Physics JETP 10 (1960) 1236 ; J. Exp. Theoret. Phys. 37 (1959) 1751 - Submitted July 9, 1959 - Reprint in “Neutrino Physics”, ed. by K. Winter, Cambridge University Press, 1991
1960M.A. Markov On high energy neutrino physics Proc. 10th Int. Conf. on High-Energy Physics, Rochester, 1960, p. 579
1960M. Schwartz Feasibility of using high energy neutrinos to study the weak interactionsPhys. Rev. Lett. 4 (1960) 306 - Submitted Feb. 23, 1960 - Reprint in “Neutrino Physics”, ed. by K. Winter, Cambridge University Press, 1991
1960T.D. Lee and C.N. Yang Theoretical discussions of possible high-energy neutrino experimentsPhys. Rev. Lett. 4 (1960) 307
1960G. Bernardini The program of “neutrino experiments” at CERN Proc. 10th Int. Conf. on High-Energy Physics, Rochester, 1960, p. 581
1961M. Markov and I. Zheleznykh On high energy neutrino physics in cosmic rays Nucl. Phys. 27 (1961) 385
1961S. Van der Meer A directive device for charged particles and its use in an enhanced neutrino beamCERN-61-07, 1961 - First idea on the magnetic horn for designing neutrino beams
1961B. Pontecorvo and Ya. Smorodinskii The neutrino and the density matter in the Universe Soviet Physics JETP 14 (1962) 173 – J. Exp. Theoret. Phys. 41 (1961) 239
1962G.T. Zatsepin and V.A. KuzminNeutrino production in the atmosphereSov. Phys. JETP 14 (1962) 1294
1962S. Weinberg Universal neutrino degeneracy Phys. Rev. 128 (1962) 1457
1962E. Segrè, ed.The collected papers of Enrico FermiUniversity of Chicago Press
1962Z. Maki, M. Nakagawa and S. SakataRemarks on the Unified Model of Elementary ParticlesProgress of Theoretical Physics 28 (1962) 870
1962G. Danby, J.M. Gaillard, K. Goulianos, L.M. Lederman, N. Mistry, M. Schwartz and J. SteinbergerObservation of high energy neutrino reactions and the existence of two kinds of neutrinos Phys. Rev. Lett. 9 (1962) 36 - Reprint in “Neutrino Physics”, ed. by K. Winter, Cambridge University Press, 1991
1962G. Askaryan Excess negative charge of an electron-photon shower and its coherent radio emissionSov. Phys. JETP 14 (1962) 441
1963T.D. Lee, H. Robinson, M. Schwartz and R. CoolIntensity of upward muon flux due to cosmic ray neutrinos produced in the atmospherePhys. Rev. 132 (1963) 1297
1963M.G. Menon et al.On the possibility of experiments with natural neutrinos deep undergroundPhys. Lett. 5 (1963) 272; also Nuovo Cimento 30 (1963) 1208
1964C.S. WuBeta-decayXXXII International School of Physics “Enrico Fermi”, Varenna, 1964, Academic Press 1966, p.52 (first two pages)
For the full article (14.8 Mo)
1964M. SchwartzNeutrino experimentsXXXII International School of Physics “Enrico Fermi”, Varenna, 1964, Academic Press 1966, p.161 (first two pages)
For the full article (6.0 Mo)
1964T.D. LeeTheoretical survey of high-energy neutrino interactionsXXXII International School of Physics “Enrico Fermi”, Varenna, 1964, Academic Press 1966, p.142 (first two pages)
For the full article (5.1 Mo)
1964L.M. LedermanPresent neutrino experimentsXXXII International School of Physics “Enrico Fermi”, Varenna, 1964, Academic Press 1966, p.176 (first two pages)
For the full article (3.9 Mo)
1964M.M. Block et al. Neutrino interactions in the CERN heavy liquid bubble chamber Phys. Lett. 12 (1964) 281
1964R. Davis, Jr. Solar neutrinos. II. Experimental Phys. Rev. Lett. 12 (1964) 303
1964G. BernardiniWeak interactionsXXXII International School of Physics “Enrico Fermi”, Varenna, 1964, Academic Press 1966, p.1 (first two pages)
For the full article (32 Mo)
1964G. Bernardini et al. Search for intermediate boson production in high energy neutrino interactionsPhys. Lett. 13 (1964) 86
1964J.N. Bahcall Solar neutrinos. I. Theoretical Phys. Rev. Lett. 12 (1964) 300
1964J.K. Bienlein et alSpark chamber study of high energy neutrino interactions Phys. Lett. 13 (1964) 80
1965G.V. Achar et al. The Kolar Gold Field neutrino experiment Proc. 9th Int. Conf. Cosmic Rays, 1965, Vol. 1, p. 1012
1965G.V. Achar et al. Detection of muons produced by cosmic ray neutrinos deep underground Phys. Lett. 18 (1965) 196
1965Michel Paty Etudes d’interactions de neutrinos de grande énergie dans une chambre à bulles à liquide lourdCERN 65-12, 1965
1965F. Reines and A.M. Woods New approach of the detection of solar neutrinos via inverse beta decayPhys. Rev. Lett. 14 (1965) 20
1965F. Reines, M.F. Crouch, T.L. Jenkins, W.R. Kropp, H.S. Gurr, G.R. Schmid, J.P.F. Sellschop, B. MeyerEvidence for high energy cosmic ray neutrino interactions Phys. Rev. Lett. 15 (1965) 429
1966J.N. Bahcall Solar neutrinos Phys. Rev. Lett. 17 (1966) 398
1966G. EderTerrestrial neutrinos Nucl. Phys. 78 (1966) 657
1966S.S. Gershtein and Ya. B. Zel’dovich Rest mass of muonic neutrino and cosmologyJETP Letters 4 (1966) 120
1967B. Pontecorvo Neutrino experiments and the question of leptonic-charge conservationSoviet Physics JETP 26 (1968) 984 ; ZETF 53 (1967) 1717
1968Fred L. WilsonFermi's Theory of Beta Decay American Journal of Physics 36, 1150 (1968) - English translation of the classic Enrico Fermi paper on beta decay published in Zeitschrift für Physik in 1934
1968G. Zatsepin Possibility of determining the upper limit of the neutrino mass from the time of flightJETP Letters 8 (1968) 205
1968J.N. Bahcall, N.A. Bahcall and G. Shaviv Present status of the theoretical predictions for the 37Cl solar neutrino experiment Phys. Rev. Lett. 20 (1968) 1209
1968T. Kirsten et al. Experimental evidence for the double-beta decay of 130TePhys. Rev. Lett. 20 (1968) 1300
1968R. Davis, D.S. Harmer, K.C. Hoffman Search for neutrinos from the Sun Phys. Rev. Lett. 20 (1968) 1205
1968AnonymousNeutrino Flux from Sun Is Lower than Expected Physics Today 21, 3, 73 (1968)
1969G. MarxGeophysics by neutrinosCzech. J. Phys. B 19 (1969) 1471
1969V. Gribov and B. Pontecorvo Neutrino astronomy and lepton charge Phys. Lett. B28 (1969) 493
1970Argonne LaboratoryThe neutrino event;
1970L. Lederman Resource Letter Neu-1 History of the Neutrino American Journal of Physics 38 (1970) 129
1970G. M. LewisNeutrinosWykeham, London
1971A.W. WolfendaleThe search for the neutrinoUniversity of Durham
1972A. Frenkel, G. Marx1st International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics - Neutrino'72 - Budapest
1973F.J. Hasert et al. Search for elastic muon-neutrino electron scattering Phys. Lett. B46 (1973) 121 – Received Jul. 2, 1973
1973F.J. Hasert et al. Observation of neutrino-like interactions without muon or electron in the Gargamelle neutrino experiment Phys. Lett. B46 (1973) 138 – Received July 23, 1973
1975M.L. Perl et al. Evidence for anomalous lepton production in e+e- interactions Phys. Rev. Lett. 35 (1975) 1489
1976A. Roberts, ed.DUMAND-76Proc. 1976 DUMAND Summer Workshop, September 1976, Hawaii
1977M.L. Perl et al. Properties of the proposed tau charged leptonPhys. Lett. B70 (1977) 487
1977P. MinkowskiMuon decay into electron and gamma at a rate of one out of 1 billion muon decaysPhys. Lett. B67 (1977) 421
1978L. Wolfenstein Neutrino oscillations in matter Phys. Rev. D17 (1978) 2369
1979M. Gell-Mann, P. Ramond and R. Slansky Complex Spinors and Unified Theories arXiv:1306.4669Supergravity, ed. by D. Freedman and P. van Nieuwenhuizen, North-Holland (1979) p. 315, retro-print & arXiv:hep-ph/9809459Talk by P. Ramond "The family group and Grand Unified Theories" at the 19th Sanibel Symposium, February 1979, retro-print
1979F. Reines The Early Days of Experimental Neutrino Physics Science 203 (1979) 11
1979F. Reines Reminiscences: The Early Days of Experimental Neutrino Physics AIP Conference Proceedings 52, 1 (1979)
1979F. Sciulli An experimenter’s history of neutral currents Prog. in Part. and Nucl. Phys. 2 (1979) 41
1979T. Yanagida Horizontal symmetry and masses of neutrinosProg. of Theor. Phys. 64 (1980) 1103 & "Horizontal gauge symmetry and masses of neutrinos" in Workshop on Unified Theory and Baryon Number in the Universe, February 1979, O. Sawada and A. Sugamoto editors, KEK, Tsukuba (1979)
1980R. PeierlsThe early days of neutrino physicsProceedings Neutrino'80, Ettore Majorana Int. Sci. Ser. Phys. Sci. 12 (1982), Plenum Press, p.1
1980B. Pontecorvo50 years of neutrino physics : a few episodesProceedings Neutrino'80, Ettore Majorana Int. Sci. Ser. Phys. Sci. 12 (1982), Plenum Press, p.29
1980F. Reines50 years of neutrino physics early experiments Proceedings Neutrino'80, Ettore Majorana Int. Sci. Ser. Phys. Sci. 12 (1982), Plenum Press, p.11
1980Emilio SegrèFrom X-rays to quarks – Modern physicists and their discoveriesDover - French translation : Les physiciens modernes et leurs découvertes – Des rayons X aux quarks, Fayard, 1984. One could have expected some pages about the neutrino, but, surprisingly, it is just quoted once and there is nothing interesting about its history.
1982Frederick ReinesNeutrinos to 1960, personal recollectionsInternational Colloquium on the History of Particle Physics, Journal de Physique Colloque C-8, suppl. n° 12, p. 237
1982Bruno PontecorvoThe infancy and youth of neutrino physics, some recollections International Colloquium on the History of Particle Physics, Journal de Physique Colloque C-8, suppl. n° 12, p. 221
1982John N. Bahcall and Raymond Davis, Jr.An account of the development of the solar neutrino problem"Essays in Nuclear Astrophysics", Cambridge University Press, 1982, edited by C.A. Barnes, D.D. Clayton, D.N. Schramm
1982Edoardo AmaldiBeta decays opens the way to weak interactionsInternational Colloquium on the History of Particle Physics, Journal de Physique Colloque C-8, suppl. n° 12, p. 261
1982Paris 1982International Colloquium on the History of Particle Physics, ParisInternational Colloquium on the History of Particle Physics, Journal de Physique Colloque C-8, suppl. n° 12 - Colloquium devoted to the history of particle physice. Several articles devoted to neutrinos
1983L.M. Brown and L. Hoddeson, ed.The Birth of Particle PhysicsCambridge University Press (1983)
1983Peter Galison How the first neutral current experiments ended Rev. Mod. Phys. 55 (1983) 477
1984E. Amaldi From the discovery of the neutron to the discovery of nuclear fission Physics Reports 111 (1984) 1 - See in particular section 3 devoted to the neutrino] [In ref. [277], it is quoted: “The name “neutrino” (a funny and grammatically incorrect contraction of “little neutron” in Italian: neutronino) entered the international terminology through Fermi, who started to use it sometime between the conference in Paris in July 1932 and the Solvay Conference in October 1933 where Pauli used it. The word came out in a humorous conversation at the Istituto di Via Panisperna. Fermi, Amaldi and few other were present and Fermi was explaining Pauli’s hypothesis about his “light neutron”. For distinguishing this particle from the Chadwick neutron Amaldi jokingly used this funny name, - says Occhialini, who recalls of having shortly later told this little story in Cambridge.”
1984J. WotschackRecent results from neutrino oscillation experiments at acceleratorsProc. XI International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics - Neutrino 84, World Scientific, p. 117 (first two pages)
For the full article (3.4 Mo)
1985S.P. Mikheyev and A. Yu. Smirnov Resonance enhancement of oscillations in matter and solar neutrino spectroscopy Nuovo Cimento C9 (1986) 17; Sov. J. Nucl. Phys. 42 (1985) 913 (in russian)
1985Trevor Pinch Theory Testing in Science – The case of Solar Neutrinos Phil. Soc. Sci. 15 (1985) 167-187 - See also the book by T. Pinch (Pin1986) - French translation of an older version: "L’anomalie des neutrinos solaires: comment réagissent les théoriciens et les expérimentateurs?", in “La science telle qu’elle se fait” by Michel Callon and Bruno Latour, Editions La Découverte, 1991
1985J.J. SimpsonEvidence for Heavy-Neutrino Emission in Beta-DecayPhys. Rev. Lett. 54 (1985) 1891
1986Abraham PaisInward BoundOxford University Press
1986Trevor PinchConfronting Nature, The sociology of Solar-Neutrino DetectionKluwer/Reidel
1987Peter GalisonHow experiments endThe University of Chicago - French translation: Ainsi s’achèvent les expériences: une histoire de la physique expérimentale au 20ème siècle, La Découverte, 2002
1987K.S. Hirata et al., Kamiokande collaboration Observation of a neutrino burst from the supernova SN1987A Phys. Rev. Lett. 58 (1987) 1490
1987S.R. Elliott, A.A. Hahn and M.K. Moe Direct evidence for two-neutrino double-beta decay in 82SePhys. Rev. Lett. 59 (1987) 2020
1987R.M. Bionta et al., IMB collaborationObservation of a neutrino burst in coincidence with supernova SN1987A in the Large Magellanic Cloud Phys. Rev. Lett. 58 (1987) 1494
1987M. Aglietta et al. On the event observed in the Mont Blanc underground laboratory during the occurrence of supernova 1987AEurophys. Lett. 3 (1987) 1315 and Europhys. Lett. 3 (1987) 1321
1988E.N. Alexeyev, L.N. Alexeyeva, I.V. Krivosheina, V.I. VolchenkoDetection of the neutrino signal from SN1987A in the LMC using the Baksan underground scintillation telescopePhys. Lett. B 205 (1988) 209
1989P. Aarnio et al., DELPHI Collaboration Measurement of the mass and the width of the Z particle from multi-hadronic final states produced in e+e- annihilations Phys. Lett. 231 (1989) 539
1989M.Z. Akrawy et al., OPAL Collaboration Measurement of the Z mass and width the OPAL detector at LEPPhys. Lett. 231 (1989) 530
1989G. Berthomieu and M. Cribier, editorsInside the Sun, 121st IAU Colloquium, Versailles, May 1989Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990
1989R. Cahn and G. GoldhaberExperimental Foundations of Particle PhysicsCambridge University Press - Second edition 2009
1989Leon M. LedermanObservations in particle physics from two neutrinos to the Standard Model Rev. Mod. Phys. 61 (1989) 547
1989Mel Schwartz The first high-energy neutrino experiment Rev. Mod. Phys. 61 (1989) 527
1989J. Steinberger Experiments with high-energy neutrino beams Rev. Mod. Phys. 61 (1989) 533
1989D. Decamp et al., ALEPH Collaboration Determination of the number of light neutrino speciesPhys. Lett. 231 (1989) 519
1990L. Adeva et al., L3 Collaboration Measurement of Z decay to hadrons and precise detemination of the number of neutrino species Phys. Lett. 237 (1990) 136
1991W. Kropp, M. Moe, L. Price, K. Schultz, H. Sobel, ed.Neutrinos and other matters: Selected works of Frederick ReinesWorld Scientific, 1991
1991K. Winter ed.Neutrino PhysicsCambridge University Press, 1991 - 2nd edition 2000 - Contains reprints of several historical papers
1992Arthur Roberts The birth of high energy neutrino astronomy : a personal history of the Dumand project Rev. Mod. Phys. 64 (1992) 259
1992M. Schwartz The early history of high-energy neutrino physics Proc. 3rd Int. Symposium on the History of Particle Physics, Stanford, June 1992, p. 411
1992M. Koshiba Observational neutrino astrophysics Physics Reports 220 (1992) 229
1992D.H. Perkins Gargamelle and the discovery of neutral currents Proc. 3rd Int. Symposium on the History of Particle Physics, Stanford, June 1992, p. 428
1992C.E. Lane, R.I. Steinberg, ed.In celebration of the discovery of the neutrino. Franklin Symposium, Philadelphia, April 30 - May 1, 1992World Scientific (1993)
1992P. Anselmann et al., Gallex collaborationSolar neutrinos observed by GALLEX at Gran SassoPhys. Lett. B285 (1992) 376
1994P. Galison The discovery of neutral currents AIP Conference Proceedings 300, 244 (1994)
1994Frederick Reines 40 years of neutrino physics Prog. in Part. and Nucl. Phys. 32 (1994) 1
1996J.N. Bahcall Ray Davis: the Scientist and the Man Nucl. Phys. B (Proc. Suppl.) 48 (1996) 281
1996F. ReinesThe neutrino: from poltergeist to particleRev. Mod. Phys. 68 (1996) 317
1996André RoussetGargamelle et les courants neutresEcole des Mines Paris
1997Los AlamosCelebrating the neutrinoLos Alamos Science 25
1997Alfred K. MannShadow of a Star, The Neutrino Story of Supernova 1987AW.H. Freeman
1998Y. Fukuda et al., Super-Kamiokande collaboration Evidence for oscillation of atmospheric neutrinos Phys. Rev. Lett. 81 (1998) 1562
1998Takaaki KajitaAtmospheric neutrino results from Super-Kamiokande and Kamiokande - Evidence for muon-neutrino oscillationsNucl. Phys. B (Proc. Suppl.) 77 (1999) 123
2000Allan J. FranklinThe Road to the Neutrino Physics Today 53, 2, 22 (2000) - See also The Neutrino Road Not Taken / Luciano N. Blanco & Allan Franklin / Physics Today 53, 8, 13 (2000) / doi: 10.1063/1.1310110 / http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1310110 / http://physicstoday.scitation.org/toc/pto/53/8
2001K. Kodama et al., DONUT collaborationObservation of tau neutrino interactions Phys. Lett. B 504 (2001) 218; arXiv:hep-ex/0012035
2001Allan FranklinAre there really neutrinos?: An Evidential HistoryWestview Press (2001)
2001Q.R. Ahmad et al., SNO collaboration Measurement of the rate ne + d → p + p + e- interactions produced by 8B solar neutrinos at the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory Phys. Rev. Lett. 87 (2001) 071301; arXiv:nucl-ex/0106015
2002Q.R. Ahmad et al., SNO collaboration Direct evidence for neutrino flavor transformation from neutral-current interactions in the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory Phys. Rev. Lett. 89 (2002) 011301; arXiv:nucl-ex/0204008
2003Raymond Davis, JrNobel Lecture: A half-century with solar neutrinosRev. Mod. Phys. 75 (2003) 985
2003Dieter Haidt The discovery of neutral currents “Prestigious discoveries at CERN”, ed. by R.Cashmore, L. Maiani and J.P.Revol, Springer (2003)
2004Y. Ashie et al., Super-Kamiokande collaboration Evidence for an oscillatory signature in atmospheric neutrino oscillationsPhys. Rev. Lett. 93 (2004) 101801
2004S. M. Bilenky The History of Neutrino Oscillations arXiv:hep-ph/0410090
2005T. Araki et al., KamLAND collaborationExperimental investigation of geologically produced antineutrinos with KamLANDNature 436 (2005) 499
2005L. Bonolis Bruno Pontecorvo: from slow neutrons to oscillating neutrinos Am. J. of Physics 73 (2005) 487
2006Gisela MateosThe absence of women in neutrino physicsProceedings of the 2nd ICESHS (Cracow, Poland, September 2006), M. Kokowski, ed.
2006I. Zheleznykh Early years of high-energy neutrino physics in cosmic rays and neutrino astronomy (1957-1962) International Journal of Modern Physics A21 (supp01), 1-11, 2006    
2007Allan J. Franklin The Discovery and Nondiscovery of Neutrinos: The Reines Cowan Experiment and the 17 keV Neutrino AIP Conference Proceedings 917, 12 (2007)
2008C. Arpesella et al., Borexino collaborationFirst real time detection of Be7 solar neutrinos by Borexino Phys. Lett. B658 (2008) 101; arXiv:0708.2251
2009Henry W. Sobel and Yoichiro Suzuki Yoji Totsuka (1942-2008) and the discovery of neutrino massAnn. Rev. of Nucl. and Part. Science 59 (2009) 41
2009Nick Jelley, Arthur B. McDonald, and R.G. Hamish Robertson The Sudbury Neutrino ObservatoryAnn. Rev. of Nucl. and Part. Science 59 (2009) 431
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