Acknowledgements

The writer is much indebted to the following for their assistance.

Chapter 2.
Willie Boyd and Joe Hamilton for their recollections.

Chapter 5.
Queen’s University, Belfast – The Director of the Development and Alumni Relations Office, Norma Sinte and her researcher Naomi King for information about teaching staff during Jim‘s years.

Professor Geoff Oades (Aarhus University) for his assistance with providing further contacts.

Professor Günther Rasche (Zürich University) for his suggested amendments.

A.K. Bell Library, Perth and the British Library for assistance in providing a copy of ‘The Low Temperature Properties of Gaseous Helium’.

A.K. Bell Library, Perth and Aberdeen University Library for assistance in providing a copy of ‘Inner Exile : Recollections of a life with Werner Heisenberg’.

Chapter 6.
Ruth Braunizer for her search of her father’s (Erwin Schrödinger’s) documents and assistance with providing further contacts.

Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies – Professor Denjoe O’Connor and Ann Goldsmith for detailed information about DIAS for the years 1941-3.

Professor Walter Höflechner (Graz University) for his generous sharing of documents concerning Jim’s time at DIAS (the copyright for the documents resides with DIAS).

Dr. Karl von Meÿenn (CERN) for his search of Erwin Schrödinger’s correspondence and assistance with providing further contacts.

Professor Günther Rasche for much information about Walter Heitler and DIAS during the 1940s, for his interpretation of Jim‘s work during this period and his technical explanations.

Chapter 7.
Professor Günther Rasche for his suggested amendments.

Chapter 9.
The Director of the Niels Bohr Archive, Forstander Finn Aaserud, for his assistance and suggested amendments.

Professor Richard Eden (Clare Hall, Cambridge) for information about Cambridge University appointments procedures and his suggested amendments.

Professor Walter Höflechner for his sharing of documents concerning the publication of ‘The Theory of Radiation Damping’ (the copyright for the documents resides with DIAS).

Professor Günther Rasche for his suggested amendments.

The John Rylands University Library, Manchester University, for use of its facilities.

Chapter 10.
Professor Gerry Brown (Stony Brook, NY) for information about his 1952 visit to Cambridge.

Professor Richard Eden for his assistance and suggested amendments.

Professors Ron Shaw (Hull University), John C. Taylor (DAMTP, Cambridge University), John G. Taylor (King’s College, London) for their contributions.

Dr. Bill Woolcock (Canberra Institute of Advanced Studies) for much assistance.

Helle Kiilerich (Nordita and Niels Bohr Institute) and Professor Henry Nielsen (Aarhus University) for information on Jim’s 1963 visit to Nordita.

A.K. Bell Library, Perth and the British Library for assistance in providing copies of ‘Isotopic Spin and High Energy Collisions‘, ‘Anti-Proton Annihilation‘, ‘Dispersion Relations for Elementary Particles’ and ‘Classical Pion Physics‘.

Chapter 11.
Dr. Bill Woolcock for much assistance.

A.K. Bell Library, Perth and the British Library for assistance in providing copies of ‘Evidence for Pion-Pion Interactions from S-wave Pion-Nucleon Scattering’; ‘Determination of Pion-Nucleon Parameters and Phase Shifts by Dispersion Relations’; and ‘Applications of Dispersion Relations to Pion-Nucleon and Pion-Pion Phenomena’.

Chapters 12 and 13.
Helle Kiilerich for her information about staff at Nordita and the Niels Bohr Institute.

Professors Gerry Brown, Gerhard Höhler (Karlsruhe University), Henry Nielsen, Günther Rasche, John C. Taylor and Bjarne Tromborg (Copenhagen University) for their contributions and suggested amendments.

Professor Gösta Gustafson (Lund University) and Dr. Esko Pietarinen for their recollections and kind assistance with translations.

Professor Jens Lyng Petersen for his generous assistance and suggested amendments.

A.K. Bell Library, Perth and the British Library for assistance in providing a copy of ‘New methods in the Analysis of Pion-N Scattering’, ‘Electromagnetic Corrections to Hadron-Hadron Scattering‘ and ‘The Theory of p-Wave States’.

A.K. Bell Library, Perth and Paisley College of Technology for assistance in providing a copy of ‘The Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction’.

Chapter 14.
Thelma Miller and Professor John C. Taylor for their recollections.