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March, N(orman) H(enry)

MARCH, N(orman) H(enry)

MARCH, N(orman) H(enry). British, b. 1927. Genres: Chemistry, Physics. Career: University of Sheffield, professor of physics, 1961-71; Imperial College, London, Blackett Laboratory, professor of theoretical solid-state physics, 1972-77; Oxford University, Coulson Professor of Theoretical Chemistry, head of the Dept., 1977-94, emeritus professor, 1994-, and fellow of University College, Oxford, 1977-. Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Harwell, Theoretical Physics Division, consultant, 1968-90; International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Solid-State Advisory Committee, chairman, 1980-91. Publications: (with W.H. Young and S. Sampanthar) The Many-Body Problem in Quantum Mechanics, 1967; Liquid Metals, 1968; (with W. Jones) Theoretical Solid State Physics, 2 vols., 1973; (ed.) Orbital Theories of Molecules and Solids, 1974; Self-Consistent Fields in Atoms, 1975; (with M.P. Tosi) Atomic Dynamics in Liquids, 1976; (with M. Parrinello) Collective Effects in Solids and Liquids, 1983; (with S. Lundqvist) The Theory of Inhomogeneous Electron Gas, 1983; (with M.P. Tosi) Coulomb Liquids, 1983; (with M.P. Tosi) Polymers, Liquid Crystals, and Low Dimensional Solids, 1984; (with R.A. Street and M.P. Tosi) Amorphous Solids and the Liquid State, 1985; Chemical Bonds Outside Metal Surfaces, 1986; (with P.N. Butcher and M.P. Tosi) Crystalline Semiconducting Materials and Devices, 1986; (with B.M. Deb) The Single-Particle Density in Physics and Chemistry, 1987; (with S. Lundqvist and M.P. Tosi) Order and Chaos in Nonlinear Physical Systems, 1988; (with J.A. Alonso) Electrons in Metals and Alloys, 1989; (with V. Bortolani and M.P. Tosi) Interaction of Atoms and Molecules with Solid Surfaces, 1990; Chemical Physics of Liquids, 1990; Liquid Metals: Concepts and Theory, 1991; (with J.F. Mucci) Chemical Physics of Free Molecules, 1993; Electron Density Theory of Atoms and Molecules, 1992; (with P.N. Butcher and M.P. Tosi) Physics of Low-Dimensional Semiconductor Structures, 1993; (with L.S. Cederbaum and K.C. Kulander) Atoms and Molecules in Intense Fields, 1996; (with C.W. Lung) Mechanical Properties of Metals, 1999; (with M.P. Tosi) Introduction to Liquid State Physics, 2002. Address: 66A Lancaster Rd, Carnforth, Lancashire LA5 9LE, England.

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