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

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Isten There are also parity non - conservation

Presumably the reason is that the B - decay rate is reduced ! by the

Pauli principle for the recoil proton , just as is the case ļT for the rate of pionic ...

Isten There are also parity non - conservation

**effects**which will be of interest . ...Presumably the reason is that the B - decay rate is reduced ! by the

**effect**of thePauli principle for the recoil proton , just as is the case ļT for the rate of pionic ...

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One way of observing these interference

= 0 i . e . starting with a pure K , beam , ay can actually increase with time due to

the ... This regeneration is small but would be a striking

One way of observing these interference

**effects**is to note that even when ai ( 0 )= 0 i . e . starting with a pure K , beam , ay can actually increase with time due to

the ... This regeneration is small but would be a striking

**effect**to observe .Page 378

1 cos ) . The result , including

PRIMAKOFF [ 5 , 6 ] : ( 12 ) 65 , 6 ; - - G ' ; - 26 , + G . ) Gp P ( O ) = 1 ; P cos E ...

The

1 cos ) . The result , including

**effects**of the strong interaction , has been given byPRIMAKOFF [ 5 , 6 ] : ( 12 ) 65 , 6 ; - - G ' ; - 26 , + G . ) Gp P ( O ) = 1 ; P cos E ...

The

**effect**of these corrections can be seen to be large , in this case . This is due ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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