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

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This terms describes the angular

neutrino for randomly oriented nuclei ( e - y ... This term gives the angular

distribution of the electron with respect to the axis of nuclear orientation 17 - e

This terms describes the angular

**correlation**between the electron and theneutrino for randomly oriented nuclei ( e - y ... This term gives the angular

distribution of the electron with respect to the axis of nuclear orientation 17 - e

**correlation**) ; by ...Page 249

( 133 ) , ( 134 ) the expressions derived for the l ' s , G ' s and D ' s , one finds for

the

ko lah ( 145 ) W ' ( Onrg ( rp ) = laot 2VJ ( J + 1 ) ll ( 2k - 1 ) ( 2k + 1 ) 1 “ · [ P { ( cos

0 ...

( 133 ) , ( 134 ) the expressions derived for the l ' s , G ' s and D ' s , one finds for

the

**correlation**function pertaining to a J - > ) transition 1J + 1 ) J 1 / ( 2 . 5 + 1 ) –ko lah ( 145 ) W ' ( Onrg ( rp ) = laot 2VJ ( J + 1 ) ll ( 2k - 1 ) ( 2k + 1 ) 1 “ · [ P { ( cos

0 ...

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3 . - Angular

unpolarized protons is ( 10 ) P ( 0 ) + P . : ( 0 ) · P , - P where it is the angle

between y - spin and neutron momentum . With the aid of equations ( 5 ) and ( 6 )

with 94 = - 1 .

3 . - Angular

**correlation**of the recoil neutron . The recoil**correlation**, forunpolarized protons is ( 10 ) P ( 0 ) + P . : ( 0 ) · P , - P where it is the angle

between y - spin and neutron momentum . With the aid of equations ( 5 ) and ( 6 )

with 94 = - 1 .

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### Contents

GENERALITĄ | 1 |

PARTE PRIMA Problemi teorici | 9 |

PARTE SECONDA Correlazioni angolari polarizzazioni e decadimenti beta | 197 |

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