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

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A system of charged particles under their mutual

under the influence of an external

external magnetic field violates this invarianee. Take for instance the Stark ...

A system of charged particles under their mutual

**electric**interaction and possiblyunder the influence of an external

**electric**field is invariant under time reversal; anexternal magnetic field violates this invarianee. Take for instance the Stark ...

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As an example of how invariance under time reversal leads to statements about

electromagnetic properties of particles we prove the absence of

moments (**). In a set-up similar to that shown in Fig. 1 we produce an external ...

As an example of how invariance under time reversal leads to statements about

electromagnetic properties of particles we prove the absence of

**electric**dipolemoments (**). In a set-up similar to that shown in Fig. 1 we produce an external ...

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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 | 251 |

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allowed angle angular assumed calculated charge classical combination completely component connection conservation consider constant contribute correlation corresponding coupling curvature decay defined density dependence derived described determination direction discussed effects electric electromagnetic field electron element elementary emission energy equations example existence experiment experimental expression factor Fermi field final finds formula function geometrodynamics geometry give given gravitational histories initial interaction invariance known leads limit magnetic mass matrix means measured metric modes momentum neutrino neutron nuclei observed obtained operators pairs parity particle phase Phys physics polarization possible present principle problem properties purely quantity quantum quantum mechanics question radiation ratio reason reference relation relativity respect result scattering shown shows solution space spin spinor symmetry Table theory transformation transition universe vector wave weak zero