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

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4 . - Static electromagnetic properties . As an example of how invariance under

time reversal leads to statements about electromagnetic properties of particles

we prove the absence of

that ...

4 . - Static electromagnetic properties . As an example of how invariance under

time reversal leads to statements about electromagnetic properties of particles

we prove the absence of

**electric**dipole moments ( * * ) . In a set - up similar tothat ...

Page 85

When a = 0 , the field { e = } , 0 , 0 ; h = 0 , 0 , 0 } may be said to have a « purely

standard one , the electromagnetic field tensor in this case , uv , will of course

generally ...

When a = 0 , the field { e = } , 0 , 0 ; h = 0 , 0 , 0 } may be said to have a « purely

**electric**complexion » . If regarded from a reference system other than thestandard one , the electromagnetic field tensor in this case , uv , will of course

generally ...

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This flux therefore satisfies the law of conservation of

identified with

situation . One therefore has a purely geometrical description of

...

This flux therefore satisfies the law of conservation of

**electric**charge and can beidentified with

**electric**charge . Yet nowhere is there any « real » charge in thissituation . One therefore has a purely geometrical description of

**electric**charge in...

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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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