R. J. Bartlett and H. Jetter, “Highly excited states of atoms and molecules,” Research Futures, Battelle Memorial Institute, Autumn1976.
R. J. Bartlett, “Perturbation theory,” in The Post-Hartree-Fock: Configuration Interaction Workshop, National Resource for Computation in Chemistry, LBL-8233, 1978.
R. J. Bartlett and M. J. Redmon, “Collision excitation of H2O and CO2 by O(3P) atoms,” ADRPL-TR-81-27 Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, Air Force Systems command, Edwards Air Force Base, California, February 1981.
B. Person, K. KuBulat, C. Sosa and R. J. Bartlett, “Interpretation of infrared spectra of chemical agents,” Proceedings of the 1987 Scientific Conference on Chemical Defense Research.
R. J. Bartlett, “Development of many-body methods for flame chemistry and large molecule applications,” Report, 27 pages, 1987.
R. J. Bartlett, “University of Florida researchers employ FPS computers in chemical design research,” Chemical Design, Automation News 5, 7 (1990).
R. J. Bartlett, Guest editor, “Special Issue: The Coupled Cluster Theory Electron Correlation Workshop, Fifty Years of the Correlation Problem,” Cedar Key, Florida, 15-19 June 1997. Mol. Phys. 94, 1 (1998).
R.J. Bartlett, T.D. Crawford, M. Head-Gordon, and C.D. Sherill, “Introduction to the proceedings of Molecular Quantum Mechanics 2010: from methylene to DNA and beyond,” Mol. Phys. 108 (19-20), 2437-2438 (2010).
R.J. Bartlett and S.B. Trickey, “Foreword: Electrons, molecules, solids, and biosystems: Fifty years of the Quantum Theory Project,” 108 (21-23), 2815 (2010).
R.J. Bartlett and M. Tobita, “Predicted structures and spectroscopic characteristics of hydrazine, lithium-substituted hydrazine and their higher derivatives,” supported by AFOSR-DARPA (F49420-98-1-0477), unpublished.
R.J. Bartlett, S. Fau, M. Tobita, K. Wilson and A. Perera, “Structure and stability of polynitrogen molecules and their spectroscopic characteristics,” supported by AFOSR-DARPA (F49420-98-1-0477), unpublished.
R. J. Bartlett and J. R. Morrey, “Laser induced isotope separation,” U.S. Patent 4,105,921 granted, 1978