## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 11N. Zanichelli, 1960 - Nuclear physics |

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Since the commutation relations remain the same , if we replace ? by it ( the +

denoting Hermitian conjugation of the spinor indices ) we can require without

loss of generality that ( 11 ) qlol = q hest , from which it follows that the D in

Since the commutation relations remain the same , if we replace ? by it ( the +

denoting Hermitian conjugation of the spinor indices ) we can require without

loss of generality that ( 11 ) qlol = q hest , from which it follows that the D in

**addition**to ...Page 53

ppe because of ( 46 ) must therefore be of the form ( apart from an additive term

resulting in the

this gives a unique form for the position operator which is identical to the operator

...

ppe because of ( 46 ) must therefore be of the form ( apart from an additive term

resulting in the

**addition**of a constant vector to X ) ( 48 ) lpp : = in op — p ' ) andthis gives a unique form for the position operator which is identical to the operator

...

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It is helpful to think of the symbol s as associated with the vector

+ b + c = - 0 . The change of sign of a corresponds , in this picture , to a reversal of

the sense of the vector aja → - a . Graphically , the vectors like a being ...

It is helpful to think of the symbol s as associated with the vector

**addition**( 32 ) a+ b + c = - 0 . The change of sign of a corresponds , in this picture , to a reversal of

the sense of the vector aja → - a . Graphically , the vectors like a being ...

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### Contents

GENERALITÀ | 1 |

PARTE PRIMA Problemi teorici | 9 |

PARTE SECONDA Correlazioni angolari polarizzazioni e decadimenti beta | 251 |

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