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

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particularly when the nucleus is subject to pressures that are high on a nuclear

scale of pressure. Not the slightest evidence has been discovered to date for any

failure in the law of

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particularly when the nucleus is subject to pressures that are high on a nuclear

scale of pressure. Not the slightest evidence has been discovered to date for any

failure in the law of

**conservation**of nucleons. Nucleons have been found to have...

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to hold for the strong interactions. c)

assumed that the strong interactions are invariant under time reversal. ~Not all of

these ...

**Conservation**of total isotopic spin T; i.e. charge independence will be assumedto hold for the strong interactions. c)

**Conservation**of parity. It will also beassumed that the strong interactions are invariant under time reversal. ~Not all of

these ...

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There is a strong presumption, based on lepton

decay has negative helicity. In that case, the sign of |, as already determined by

Garwix, Ledermax and Wetxrich [13], in positive. 0 < | f | < 1 determines the

integrated ...

There is a strong presumption, based on lepton

**conservation**, that the \v in r+decay has negative helicity. In that case, the sign of |, as already determined by

Garwix, Ledermax and Wetxrich [13], in positive. 0 < | f | < 1 determines the

integrated ...

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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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