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The existence of temperature is associated with the fact that the total

conserved in a system of interacting particles. However, we know that there exists

for a Fermi system another first integral of the equations of motion: the difference

...

The existence of temperature is associated with the fact that the total

**energy**isconserved in a system of interacting particles. However, we know that there exists

for a Fermi system another first integral of the equations of motion: the difference

...

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5) The densities of

typical field are enormous, ~KcjL** and ~ ft/cL** = cljHGi = 5- 10" g/cms,

compared to anything familiar from the elementary particle problem. 6) So is the

electrical ...

5) The densities of

**energy**, E2/87i, and of mass, HP/Sao*, associated with thetypical field are enormous, ~KcjL** and ~ ft/cL** = cljHGi = 5- 10" g/cms,

compared to anything familiar from the elementary particle problem. 6) So is the

electrical ...

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These y-rays give rise to elections which may be detected. The neutron capture

occurs with delay relative to the initial events. The y-ray

binding

40] ...

These y-rays give rise to elections which may be detected. The neutron capture

occurs with delay relative to the initial events. The y-ray

**energy**is given by thebinding

**energy**. This sequence of events is illustrated in Fig. 22. The instrument [40] ...

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