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

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1 as a function of scat0.4 tering

electron energy W [ 1 ] . Heloidbirin tarop The magnitude of the Wotsa / No anoi

Cross - section is much smaller than that for Mott scatte0.2 ring , but the scattering

...

1 as a function of scat0.4 tering

**angle**in the laboratory system and incomingelectron energy W [ 1 ] . Heloidbirin tarop The magnitude of the Wotsa / No anoi

Cross - section is much smaller than that for Mott scatte0.2 ring , but the scattering

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3. y - rays , soattered in the magnetized iron by an

The optimum scattering

is shown in Fig . 4 . The corresponding maximum relative 600 change in counting

...

3. y - rays , soattered in the magnetized iron by an

**angle**0 , are coune opt ted .The optimum scattering

**angle**70 ° 0 . function of the incident photon energy ko ,is shown in Fig . 4 . The corresponding maximum relative 600 change in counting

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It will be recalled that external pairs are characterized by an opening

order of mo / E ,, and by an energy di- Relative vision which is roughprobability ly

independent of energy ( Fig . 6 ) . For the internal pairs , the energy division is ...

It will be recalled that external pairs are characterized by an opening

**angle**of theorder of mo / E ,, and by an energy di- Relative vision which is roughprobability ly

independent of energy ( Fig . 6 ) . For the internal pairs , the energy division is ...

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### Contents

GENERALITÀ | 1 |

PARTE PRIMA Problemi teorici | 9 |

PARTE SECONDA Correlazioni angolari polarizzazioni e decadimenti beta | 197 |

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