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

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But how much opacity does the star present to neutrinos ? This question has

been analyzed by EUWEMA [ See pag . 70 , note ( * * ) ] . For the mean free path

of 1 MeV neutrinos in the sun ( o ~ 1 . g / cm ) he

in ...

But how much opacity does the star present to neutrinos ? This question has

been analyzed by EUWEMA [ See pag . 70 , note ( * * ) ] . For the mean free path

of 1 MeV neutrinos in the sun ( o ~ 1 . g / cm ) he

**calculated**~ 1019cm , a numberin ...

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The optimum length of the magnetized absorber can be

the corresponding value of 8 for a completely polarized y - ray with right circular

polarization , and saturated iron , is shown in curve a of Fig . 2 as a function of ...

The optimum length of the magnetized absorber can be

**calculated**easily ( 12 ) ,the corresponding value of 8 for a completely polarized y - ray with right circular

polarization , and saturated iron , is shown in curve a of Fig . 2 as a function of ...

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... transverse polarization eq . ( 2 ) . The asymmetry function S ( 0 ) has been

with Z ~ 80 , large effects are to be expected . The maximum value for S occurs

for ...

... transverse polarization eq . ( 2 ) . The asymmetry function S ( 0 ) has been

**calculated**in a ... These**calculations**show that for electrons scattered from nucleiwith Z ~ 80 , large effects are to be expected . The maximum value for S occurs

for ...

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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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