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

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From this follows the

angular momentum ) with the properties ( 80 ) [ Jz , y ( x ) ] = - - ifxo , - yox + ivıy2 )

* ( x ) . zaple ni From this together with equation ( 78 ) and by an application of ...

From this follows the

**existence**of an operator Ja ( 3 - rd com - izlet ponent ofangular momentum ) with the properties ( 80 ) [ Jz , y ( x ) ] = - - ifxo , - yox + ivıy2 )

* ( x ) . zaple ni From this together with equation ( 78 ) and by an application of ...

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To explain the mass of the electron , on this view , is like explaining the speed of

a collective disturbance such as a phonon ; and the

different characteristic masses is somewhat analogous to the

To explain the mass of the electron , on this view , is like explaining the speed of

a collective disturbance such as a phonon ; and the

**existence**of particles withdifferent characteristic masses is somewhat analogous to the

**existence**in liquid ...Page 168

The

the spontaneous decay of the l - meson and the principle of microscopic

reversibility . Well above the threshold , ( 168 ) ( hor ) . ( hon ) → ( 208 mc2 / 2 ) ,

the ...

The

**existence**of the process ( 167 ) v + ñ - > ter perfec tracti follows directly fromthe spontaneous decay of the l - meson and the principle of microscopic

reversibility . Well above the threshold , ( 168 ) ( hor ) . ( hon ) → ( 208 mc2 / 2 ) ,

the ...

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### Contents

GENERALITÀ | 1 |

PARTE PRIMA Problemi teorici | 9 |

PARTE SECONDA Correlazioni angolari polarizzazioni e decadimenti beta | 251 |

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