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

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Yet nowhere in this

called anticommuting c - numbers . Owing to the circumstance that a Fermi -

Dirac field has a spinor , not a scalar character , it is necessary to introduce two

complex ...

Yet nowhere in this

**analysis**is it necessary to introduce operators or the so -called anticommuting c - numbers . Owing to the circumstance that a Fermi -

Dirac field has a spinor , not a scalar character , it is necessary to introduce two

complex ...

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Instead the conclusions from the « small distance »

sketchy as it is — and from « larger distance

to have the possibility to reinforce each other in a most natural way . The most ...

Instead the conclusions from the « small distance »

**analysis**( 10 - 33 cm ) -sketchy as it is — and from « larger distance

**analysis**» ( 10 - 11 cm ) would seemto have the possibility to reinforce each other in a most natural way . The most ...

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The

selected a fiducial region far enough from the walls and glasses of the chamber

to insure decently measurable pairs Fig . 7 . and ~ 2 200 have been measured .

The

**analysis**of the single pairs is being pursued by Tip ettern SAMIOS . He hasselected a fiducial region far enough from the walls and glasses of the chamber

to insure decently measurable pairs Fig . 7 . and ~ 2 200 have been measured .

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### Contents

GENERALITĄ | 1 |

PARTE PRIMA Problemi teorici | 9 |

PARTE SECONDA Correlazioni angolari polarizzazioni e decadimenti beta | 197 |

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