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

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The usual derivation of the law of conservation of energy

and in tins 3-space

dynamics of a great collection of small masses thrown outward with a common

velocity ...

The usual derivation of the law of conservation of energy

**considers**a 3-spaceand in tins 3-space

**considers**a 2-surface ... By way of contrast,**consider**thedynamics of a great collection of small masses thrown outward with a common

velocity ...

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Therefore the following brief resume of the sum over histories and the topological

description of commutators will be limited to the bare facts, plus some details

which will later be of use in

Therefore the following brief resume of the sum over histories and the topological

description of commutators will be limited to the bare facts, plus some details

which will later be of use in

**considering**the quantum theory of the neutrino. 1118.Page 356

Let us

gammas). You start from the primary couplings: (3.4) (py|1w)(ey(1av) + h. c. (3.4')

(py5y|1»)(«y(I w) + h. c. and you find out (with the usual technique of the primitive

...

Let us

**consider**nucleons, pions, electrons and neutrinos (and possibly alsogammas). You start from the primary couplings: (3.4) (py|1w)(ey(1av) + h. c. (3.4')

(py5y|1»)(«y(I w) + h. c. and you find out (with the usual technique of the primitive

...

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### Contents

GENERALITĄ | 1 |

PARTE PRIMA Problemi teorici | 9 |

PARTE SECONDA Correlazioni angolari polarizzazioni e decadimenti beta | 251 |

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