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

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likewise , the vector J lies on a cone of axis p and angle ( ) , defined by sebula (

21 ) cos ( ) , ~ 1 , J . These two independent distributions of the vector J ,

distribution ...

likewise , the vector J lies on a cone of axis p and angle ( ) , defined by sebula (

21 ) cos ( ) , ~ 1 , J . These two independent distributions of the vector J ,

**corresponding**to the states ( 0 , JM and WpJM , , give rise to a definite angulardistribution ...

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Quite generally, the state of polarization of a fermion is denned by the relative

amplitudes of the wave- functions

of the spin along an arbitrary spatial axis. By taking as axis of reference the ...

Quite generally, the state of polarization of a fermion is denned by the relative

amplitudes of the wave- functions

**corresponding**to the two possible orientationsof the spin along an arbitrary spatial axis. By taking as axis of reference the ...

Page 223

Quite generally , the state of polarization of a fermion is defined by the relative

amplitudes of the wavefunctions

the spin along an arbitrary spatial axis . By taking as axis of reference the ...

Quite generally , the state of polarization of a fermion is defined by the relative

amplitudes of the wavefunctions

**corresponding**to the two possible orientations ofthe spin along an arbitrary spatial axis . By taking as axis of reference the ...

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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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