#### Submissions from 2000

EFFECTIVE FIELD THEORY IN NUCLEAR PHYSICS, Martin J. Savage and BR Holstein

Bound states of a uniform spherical charge distribution - revisited!, BC Tiburzi and BR Holstein

Nucleon anapole moment and parity-violating ep scattering, SL Zhu, SJ Puglia, BR Holstein, and MJ Ramsey-Musolf

#### Submissions from 1999

Spin of the M2-brane and spin-spin interactions via probe techniques, Balasubramanian, David Kastor, Jennie Traschen, and K.Z. Win

Non-leptonic hyperon decays in chiral perturbation theory, B Borasoy and BR Holstein

Resonances in radiative hyperon decays, B Borasoy and BR Holstein

Resonances in weak nonleptonic Omega(-) decay, B Borasoy and BR Holstein

Role of resonances in nonleptonic hyperon decays, B Borasoy and BR Holstein

The leading chiral electromagnetic correction to the nonleptonic Delta I=3/2 amplitude in kaon decays, V Cirigliano, JF Donoghue, and Eugene Golowich

SU(3) baryon chiral perturbation theory and long distance regularization, JF Donoghue, BR Holstein, and B Borasoy

Infrared behavior of graviton-graviton scattering, JF Donoghue and T Torma

Fine tunings and quark masses: Phenomenology of multiple domain theories, John Donoghue

Overlapping branes in M-theory, Jerome Gauntlett, David Kastor, and Jennie Traschen

Fully localized brane intersections: The plot thickens, A Gomberoff, David Kastor, D Marolf, and Jennie Traschen

Blue skies and effective interactions, BR Holstein

Hadronic atoms and effective interactions, BR Holstein

Hyperon Physics—a Personal Overview, BR Holstein

Strong field pair production, BR Holstein

Electric dipole moment of a BPS monopole, David Kastor and Euy Na

BPS force balances via spin-spin interactions, David Kastor and Jennie Traschen

Dynamics of the Dirac-Born-Infeld spike soliton, David Kastor and Jennie Traschen

#### Submissions from 1998

Anthropic considerations in multiple-domain theories and the scale of electroweak symmetry breaking, V Agrawal, SM Barr, JF Donoghue, and D Seckel

Viable range of the mass scale of the standard model, V Agrawal, SM Barr, JF Donoghue, and D Seckel

Viable range of the mass scale of the standard model, V. Agrawal, S. M. Barr, John Donoghue, and D. Seckle

Weight for random quark masses, JF Donoghue

Chiral predictions for K-L ->pi(0)gamma mu(+)mu(-), JF Donoghue and F Gabbiani

Improved treatment of loop diagrams in SU(3) baryon chiral perturbation theory, JF Donoghue and BR Holstein

U duality, D-branes, and black hole emission rates: Agreements and disagreements, F Dowker, David Kastor, and Jennie Traschen

The DMO sum rule revisited, E Golowich and J Kambor

Two-loop analysis of axial vector current propagators in chiral perturbation theory, E Golowich and J Kambor

Can nearby resonances enhance D-0-(D)over-bar(0) mixing?, E Golowich and AA Petrov

Quantum-Monte-Carlo calculations for Bosons in a two-dimensional harmonic trap, S Heinrichs and WJ Mullin

Quantum-Monte-Carlo Calculations for Bosons in a Two-Dimensional Harmonic Trap, Stefan Heinrichs and William J. Mullin

Heavy baryon chiral perturbation theory with light deltas, TR Hemmert, BR Holstein, and J Kambor

Compton scattering and the spin structure of the nucleon at low energies, TR Hemmert, BR Holstein, J Kambor, and G Knochlein

Generalized polarizabilities and the chiral structure of the nucleon, TR Hemmert, BR Holstein, G Knochlein, and S Scherer

Answer to question #76. Neutrino mass and helicity, BR Holstein

Is SU(3) Chiral Perturbation Theory an Effective Field Theory?, BR Holstein

Klein's paradox, BR Holstein

Low energy Compton scattering and nucleon structure, BR Holstein

Nucleon Axial Matrix Elements, BR Holstein

The harmonic oscillator propagator, BR Holstein

Very effective string model?, David Kastor and Jennie Traschen

Non-extreme Calabi-Yau black holes, David Kastor and K.Z Win

Brownian Motion and Polymer Statistics on Certain Curved Manifolds, Radu P. Mondescu and M. Muthukumar

A study of Bose-Einstein condensation in a two-dimensional trapped gas, WJ Mullin

Exact, complete, and universal continuous-time worldline Monte Carlo approach to the statistics of discrete quantum systems, Nikolai Prokof'ev, Boris Svistunov, and Tupitsyn

Helicity structure in low- and intermediate-energy weak interaction, N Severijns, M Allet, K Bodek, BA Brown, J Camps, P De Moor, J Deutsch, M Ferro-Luzzi, F Gimeno-Nogues, J Govaerts, BR Holstein, R Kirchner, J Lang, R Muller, S Navert, O Naviliat-Cuncic, T Otto, L Pepe, R Prieels, PA Quin, P Schuurmans, J Sromicki, E Stephan, E Thomas, A Van Geert, L Vanneste, B Vereecke, and J Zejma

Chiral anomaly and eta-eta ' mixing, EP Venugopal and BR Holstein

Search for physics beyond the standard model via a polarization-asymmetry correlation experiment on In-107, B Vereecke, J Camps, N Severijns, J Deutsch, T Otto, J Govaerts, BA Brown, B Holstein, R Kirchner, O Naviliat-Cuncic, R Prieels, PA Quin, E Thomas, P De Moor, P Schuurmans, A Van Geert, and L Vanneste

#### Submissions from 1997

Product Einstein Manifolds, Zeta-Function Regularization and the Multiplicative Anomaly, Andrei A. Bytsenko and Floyd L. Williams

K-L->pi(0)gamma e(+)e(-) and its relation to CP and chiral tests, JF Donoghue and F Gabbiani

Final state rescattering as a contribution to B->rho gamma, JF Donoghue, Eugene Golowich, and AA Petrov

Asymptotic limits and the structure of the pion form factor, JF Donoghue and ES Na

Electromagnetic mass differences of pions and kaons, JF Donoghue and AF Perez

Factorization in non-leptonic decays of heavy mesons, JF Donoghue and AA Petrov

Charm physics 1996 - A retrospective, E Golowich

Chiral sum rules to second order in quark mass, E Golowich and J Kambor

SOME POSSIBILITIES FOR CHARM STUDIES AT B-FACTORIES, Eugene Golowich

Ursell operators in statistical physics .3. Thermodynamic properties of degenerate gases, P Gruter, F Laloe, AE Meyerovich, and W Mullin

Generalized polarizabilities and the chiral structure of the nucleon, Thomas Hemmert, BR Holstein, and et. al

Generalized Polarizabilities and the Chiral Structure of the Nucleon, Thomas R. Hemmert, Barry R. Holstein, Germar Knöchlein, and Stefan Scherer

Delta(1232) and the polarizabilities of the nucleon, TR Hemmert, BR Holstein, and J Kambor

Systematic 1/M expansion for spin 3/2 particles in baryon chiral perturbation theory, TR Hemmert, BR Holstein, and J Kambor

Generalized polarizabilities and the chiral structure of the nucleon, TR Hemmert, BR Holstein, G Knochlein, and S Scherer

Virtual Compton scattering off the nucleon in chiral perturbation theory, TR Hemmert, BR Holstein, G Knochlein, and S Scherer

Answer to question #4. Is there a physics application that is best analyzed in terms of continued fractions?, BR Holstein

Chiral Perturbation Theory and Nucleon Polarizabilities, BR Holstein

Diagonalization of the Dirac equation: An alternative approach, BR Holstein

The linear potential propagator, BR Holstein

Dynamics of Diblock Copolymers in Dilute Solutions, Radu P. Mondescu and M. Muthukumar

Bose-Einstein condensation in a harmonic potential, WJ Mullin

Isospin mixing and model dependence, ES Na and BR Holstein

Combining Exclusive Semi-leptonic and Hadronic B Decays to Measure |V ub|., João M. Soares

Effective Hamiltonian in the Problem of a "Central Spin" Coupled to a Spin Environment, I Tupitsyn, Nikolai Prokof'ev, and P Stamp

#### Submissions from 1996

The quantum theory of general relativity at low energies, J Donoghue

Systematics of soft final-state interactions in B decays, JF Donoghue, Eugene Golowich, AA Petrov, and JM Soares

Is B->X(s)gamma equal to b->s gamma? Spectator contributions to rare inclusive B decays, JF Donoghue and AA Petrov

Power counting of loop diagrams in general relativity, JF Donoghue and T Torma

Final state interactions in the decay of heavy quarks, John Donoghue

NONPERTURBATIVE METHODS IN KAON PHYSICS (ASIDE FROM THE LATTICE), John Donoghue

The Quantum Theory of General Relativity at Low Energies, John Donoghue

The Electromagnetic Mass Differences of Pions and Kaons, John F. Donoghue and Antonio F. Pérez

Improving the Convergence of SU(3) Baryon Chiral Perturbation Theory, John Donoghue and Barry Holstein

Is B→Xsγ equal to b→sγ? Spectator contributions to rare inclusive B decays, John Donoghue and Alexey A. Petrov

Power counting of loop diagrams in general relativity, John Donoghue and Tibor Torma

Theory of weak hypernuclear decay, JF Dubach, GB Feldman, BR Holstein, and L delaTorre

Inverse-moment chiral sum rules, E Golowich and J Kambor

Future lq oscillation experiments and present data, JJ Gomez-Cadenas and M.C Gonazles-Garcia

Virtual Compton Scattering and Generalized Polarizabilities of the Nucleon in Heavy Baryon Chiral Perturbation Theory, Thomas Hemmert, BR Holstein, and et. al

Answer to question #26. Electromagnetic field momentum, BR Holstein

Chiral anomaly and gamma 3 pi, BR Holstein

Low Energy Tests of Chiral Symmetry1, BR Holstein

Understanding alpha decay, BR Holstein

Nonlinear Leggett-Rice effect in spin polarised solid He-3, S Kingsley, B Cowan, WJ Mullin, and S TehraniNasab

Dynamics of a Suspension of Spheres and Rigid Polymers: Effect of Geometrical Mismatch, Radu P. Mondescu and M. Muthukumar

Answer to question #28 Bernoulli equation, WJ Mullin

Exact quantum Monte Carlo process for the statistics of discrete systems, Nikolai Prokof'ev, Boris Svistunov, and I Tupitsyn

Anisotropic spin diffusion and multiple spin echoes in He-3-He-4 solutions, RJ Ragan and WJ Mullin

Multiple spill echoes due to anisotropic spill diffusion in He-3-He-4 solutions, RJ Ragan and WJ Mullin