Melville S. Green

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Melville Saul Green (1922-27 March 1979[1]) was a statistical physicist. Green is known for the Green-Kubo relations. He also worked on the Bogoliubov–Born–Green–Kirkwood–Yvon hierarchy,[2] which however is not named for him, but for Herbert S. Green.

Green is also known as a co-editor of an influential review series, Phase transitions and critical phenomena.

Green graduated from Princeton University and spent most of his career at the then National Bureau of Standards.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gunton, J. D. (1979). "Melville S. Green". Physics Today. 32 (8): 64–61. Bibcode:1979PhT....32h..64G. doi:10.1063/1.2995682. 
  2. ^ Raveche, H. J. (1969). "On the Consistency of the Yvon–Born–Green Hierarchy and Its Truncations". The Journal of Chemical Physics. 50 (12): 5334–5331. Bibcode:1969JChPh..50.5334R. doi:10.1063/1.1671051.