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

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The corresponding eigenfunction will be denoted by , ax , the symbol m ,

representing the angular and spin variables referred to the

regard the angular momentum c as the sum of two angular momenta a , b : C = =

a + b , its ...

The corresponding eigenfunction will be denoted by , ax , the symbol m ,

representing the angular and spin variables referred to the

**axis**p . If we nowregard the angular momentum c as the sum of two angular momenta a , b : C = =

a + b , its ...

Page 223

By taking as

specification of the polarization well adapted to the formalism : the projections 2 ,

1 , of the angular momenta of the leptons on the respective directions of motion ...

By taking as

**axis**of reference the direction of motion of the particle we obtain aspecification of the polarization well adapted to the formalism : the projections 2 ,

1 , of the angular momenta of the leptons on the respective directions of motion ...

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This term gives the angular distribution of the electron with respect to the

nuclear orientation 17 - e correlation ) ; by eq . ( 66 ) , one obtains Foo - - ( 1 / V3 )

cos Orie 4 ) ky = 0 , k = = k , = 1 . This is the angular distribution of the neutrino ...

This term gives the angular distribution of the electron with respect to the

**axis**ofnuclear orientation 17 - e correlation ) ; by eq . ( 66 ) , one obtains Foo - - ( 1 / V3 )

cos Orie 4 ) ky = 0 , k = = k , = 1 . This is the angular distribution of the neutrino ...

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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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