Christian Møller (22 December 1904 in Hundslev, Als – 14 January 1980 in Ordrup) was a Danish chemist and physicist who made fundamental contributions to the theory of relativity, theory of gravitation and quantum chemistry. He is known for Møller–Plesset perturbation theory.
- The world and the atom, London, 1940.
- The theory of relativity, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1972.
- A study in gravitational collapse, Kobenhavn : Munksgaard, 1975.
- On the crisis in the theory of gravitation and a possible solution, Kobenhavn : Munksgaard, 1978.[permanent dead link]
- Evidence for gravitational theories (ed.), Academic Press, 1963.
- Interview with Dr. Christian Moller by Thomas S. Kuhn at Copenhagen July 29, 1963 Oral History Transcript — Dr. Christian Moller
- Turkevich, John; Turkevich, Ludmilla (1968). Prominent scientists of continental Europe. Elsevier. ISBN 0-444-00046-1.
- Kragh, Helge (1992). "Relativistic Collisions: The Work of Christian Møller in the Early 1930s". Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 43 (4): 299–328. doi:10.1007/BF00374762.
- The National Library of Australia's Catalogue
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