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

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(T/fa;3) and the total energy

electromagnetic blackbody radiation has a slightly higher energy

em - iao ' because occupation numbers in this case are not limited to 1 by the

Pauli ...

(T/fa;3) and the total energy

**density**is (') In1 Tx (5rt) £* = 120 (Steji • In contrastelectromagnetic blackbody radiation has a slightly higher energy

**density**(50) £em - iao ' because occupation numbers in this case are not limited to 1 by the

Pauli ...

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Einstein's general relativity (above) compared to individual sources of mass-

energy (below), the values of some of which are known reasonably well, others

not at all, ...

**Density**of mass-energy required to hold the universe together according toEinstein's general relativity (above) compared to individual sources of mass-

energy (below), the values of some of which are known reasonably well, others

not at all, ...

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The

ted in the direction p will accordingly be written in the form <<o, I oem i m\ r <w„ i

jm;; 7up /m.<jm'„ : «,;> ; MPU'P the coefficients yw characterize the emission ...

The

**density**matrix of the state representing the final nucleus and the particle emitted in the direction p will accordingly be written in the form <<o, I oem i m\ r <w„ i

jm;; 7up /m.<jm'„ : «,;> ; MPU'P the coefficients yw characterize the emission ...

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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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