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VAN MOERBEKE, The spectrum of Hill's equation, Invenciones Mat. 30, 217-274 (1975). 15. P. McKEAN and E. TRUBOWITZ, Hill's operator and hyperelliptic function theory in the presence of infinitely many branch points, CPAM, vol. XXIX, no. 2, p. 143, March 1976. 16. J. , vol. 16, no. 2, p. 197, May 1975. 17. P. NOVIKOV, The periodic problem for the Korteweg-de Vries equation, I. Funk. Anal. Priloz, 8, no. 3, 54-66 (1974) (in Russian). 18. E. B. SHABAT, Soviet Phys. JETP 34, 62 (1972). B. Litvin Crystallographers have been using X-rays to investigate the structure of biologically important macromolecules for over forty years*.

H where the subscripts of Η indicate partial derivatives. 2) ι Κ -F Κ ) , q- p. p. q. 2) in block vector and matrix notation. 3) = Η . 5) 0 1 -il 0 I denoting the NxN unit matrix, 0 the N*N zero matrix. 7) (u,u») = XCPJPJ + q qj). 3 The 41 Nuclei, Atoms, Solids In terms of ( , ) the gradient (2-8) of Η can be defined by jL (u w)| H + e £ = 0 = (H ,w). 10) u = Tv, Τ a constant matrix independent of t? We define the transformed Hamiltonian Η by H(u) = H(Tv) = K(v) . 11) ^ T*H U J = Κ , V* where T* is the transpose of T.

1975. 4. L. E. ZAKHAROV, Korteweg-de Vries equation as completely integrable Hamiltonian system, Funk. Anal. Priloz. 5, pp. 18-27 (1971) (in Russian). 5. H. FLASCHKA, Integrability of the Toda lattice, Phys. Rev. B, 703 (1974). 6. H. FLASCHKA, On the Toda lattice, II. Inverse scattering solution, Phys. Rev. B9, 1924 (1974). 7. S. GARDNER, Korteweg-de Vries equation and generalizations, IV. The Korteweg-de Vries equation as a Hamiltonian system, J. Math. Phys. 12, 1548-1551 (1971). 8. S. M. D.

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