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

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Our task is therefore to analyse this matrix -

contributions , of the form ( 83 ) , from the various J , -values . The interaction

Hamiltonian H is built up ( cf. c.g. ref . ( 91 ) of direct products of operators ONX

OL ) acting on ...

Our task is therefore to analyse this matrix -

**element**( 81 ) into a sum ofcontributions , of the form ( 83 ) , from the various J , -values . The interaction

Hamiltonian H is built up ( cf. c.g. ref . ( 91 ) of direct products of operators ONX

OL ) acting on ...

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It is then immediately apparent that the matrix

04 . ) v , where the operator O ( l ) is assumed to include the coupling constants

and projection operators for the two polarizations of the neutrino f'pa ' ] ( 1 + P275

) ...

It is then immediately apparent that the matrix

**elements**of the form ( 1/12 ) Nu * 7,04 . ) v , where the operator O ( l ) is assumed to include the coupling constants

and projection operators for the two polarizations of the neutrino f'pa ' ] ( 1 + P275

) ...

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V selection rules do not exclude one of the matrix

diagram is shown in Fig . 18 and there compared to the dotted line representing

the AV combination , whereas the ST line would go from ( 0 , 1 ) to ( 0 , -1 ) , and

in ...

V selection rules do not exclude one of the matrix

**elements**. The resulting Scottdiagram is shown in Fig . 18 and there compared to the dotted line representing

the AV combination , whereas the ST line would go from ( 0 , 1 ) to ( 0 , -1 ) , and

in ...

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### Contents

GENERALITÀ | 1 |

PARTE PRIMA Problemi teorici | 9 |

PARTE SECONDA Correlazioni angolari polarizzazioni e decadimenti beta | 197 |

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