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

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Neither do the classical charges manifested by a curved empty space with

multiply

charges of elementary particle physics . This circumstance does not mean that ...

Neither do the classical charges manifested by a curved empty space with

multiply

**connected**topology have the least direct**connection**with the quantizedcharges of elementary particle physics . This circumstance does not mean that ...

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The

**connections**they establish extend all over everywhere , not to a single welldefined opposite charge le Oversimplified recapitulation of this concept of

charged object | Simple topological handle Collective disturbance of almost neg .

that ...

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In

question is suggested by the analogy of the ... Can this spinor field manifest

anything like a conserved flux through a wormhole in a multiply

, like the ...

In

**connection**with the space like description of the neutrino field , one finalquestion is suggested by the analogy of the ... Can this spinor field manifest

anything like a conserved flux through a wormhole in a multiply

**connected**space, like the ...

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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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allowed angle angular assumed calculated charge classical combination completely component connection conservation consider constant contribute correlation corresponding coupling curvature decay defined density dependence derived described determination direction discussed effects electric electromagnetic field electron element elementary emission energy equations example existence experiment experimental expression factor Fermi field final finds formula function geometrodynamics geometry give given gravitational histories initial interaction invariance known leads limit magnetic mass matrix means measured metric modes momentum neutrino neutron nuclei nucleons observed obtained operators pairs parity particle phase Phys physics polarization possible present principle problem properties purely quantity quantum quantum mechanics question radiation ratio reason reference relation relativity requires respect result scattering shown shows solution space spin symmetry Table theory transformation transitions universe vector wave weak zero