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  74. Thermal Effects of Laser Radiation in Biological Tissue (with L. Cummins), Biophysical Journal 42, 3319 (1983).
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  98. Comment on "Ionization of Rydberg Atoms by a Circularly Polarized Microwave Field," M. Nauenberg, Phys. Rev. Lett., Vol. 64, No. 22, May 1990.
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  104. Coherent Wave-Packets and Semiclassical Approximation in the Coulomb Potential (Proceedings of the International Symposium on Coherent States, Oak Ridge, 1993).
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  107. Newton's Principia and Inverse-Square Orbits, The College Mathematics Journal, (May 1994).
  108. The Classical Atom, M. Nauenberg, C.R. Stroud and J.Yeazell, Scientific American (June 1994).
  109. Newton's Early Computational Method for Dynamics, M. Nauenberg, Archives for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 46, No. 2, pp.221-252 (1994).
  110. Hooke, Orbital Motion and Newton's Principia, M. Nauenberg, American Journal of Physics, Vol.62, No. 4, pp. 331-350 (1994).
  111. Newton's Principia and Inverse-Square Orbits, M. Nauenberg, The College Mathematics Journal, (May 1994).
  112. Comment to Willis Lamb, "What if Newton had Discovered Quantum Mechanics", M. Nauenberg, American Journal of Physics (1995).
  113. "Newton's Perturbation Methods for the 3-Body Problem and Its Application to Lunar Motion", M. Nauenberg in the Dibner volume on "Newton" edited by I.B. Cohen and J. Buchwald (MIT Press 2000)
  114. Newton and Huygens on Curvature and its Applications to Dynamics, M. Nauenberg.Issue on Christiaan Huygens of De Zeventiende Esuw. Cultuur in de Nederlanden in Interdisciplinair perspectief, p.215-234 (Sept. 1996).
  115. Historical Remarks on Chaos, Introduction to Non-linear Physics, ed. Lui Lam (Springer, New York, 1996) 401-406.
  116. Newton's Unpublished Perturbation Method for the Lunar Method, M. Nauenberg. Pergamon International Journal of Engineering Science, (Chandrasekhar Memorial issue), 36,1391-1405 (1998).
  117. Newton's Portsmouth method and it's Application to Lunar Motion, M. Nauenberg. in Foundations of Newtonian Sholarship, ed. R. Dalitz and M. Nauenberg (World Scientific Press, 2000)
  118. New Findings, M. Nauenberg in A Guide to Newton's Principia by I.B.Cohen (University of California Press, 1999)
  119. On Hooke's 1685 Manuscript on Orbital Mechanics, Historia Mathematica 25, 89-93, (1998).
  120. Correlated Wave Packet Treatment of Neutrino and Neutral Meson Oscillations, Phys. Lett.447, 23-30, (1999).
  121. Curvature in Newton's Dynamics, with J.B. Brackenridge. To be published in the Cambridge Companion to Newton, edited by I.B. Cohen and G. Smith (Cambridge, 2000).
  122. Wave Packets-Past and Present. Introduction article in "The Physics and Chemistry of Wave Packets," edited by T. Uzer and J. Yeazell (Wiley, 2000).
  123. Comment on an Analysis of Newton's Projectile Motion, European Journal of Physics 21, L5, 2000