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5. - Two-particle correlation. The general formula (27) for the factor q>kK referring

to the

JiJ^Sj^^*;*; describing the final state of the residual nucleus is left unspecified.

5. - Two-particle correlation. The general formula (27) for the factor q>kK referring

to the

**emission**of a particle is still « open » in the sense that the matrix elementJiJ^Sj^^*;*; describing the final state of the residual nucleus is left unspecified.

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The procedure- is quite straightforward and does not require any new calculation;

all one has to do is to transcribe with appropriate symbols formulae already

established for the double

...

The procedure- is quite straightforward and does not require any new calculation;

all one has to do is to transcribe with appropriate symbols formulae already

established for the double

**emission**process. Let us come back to the expression...

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It is well known that nuclear resonance scattering of y-rays is complicated by the

fact that 1" recoil from the y-ray

carry it definitely out of resonance. However, if the

is ...

It is well known that nuclear resonance scattering of y-rays is complicated by the

fact that 1" recoil from the y-ray

**emission**shifts the y-ray energy sufficiently tocarry it definitely out of resonance. However, if the

**emitting**(or scattering) nucleusis ...

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