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

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Let us discuss the Wu

nuclei initially are aligned with respect to some spatial direction ; decay products

(electrons) are observed with momentum (cf. Pig. 5a). The reflected situation is ...

Let us discuss the Wu

**experiment**as an example. The spins *lu;t of the decayingnuclei initially are aligned with respect to some spatial direction ; decay products

(electrons) are observed with momentum (cf. Pig. 5a). The reflected situation is ...

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In the M.I.T.

resulting from the decay of fast A particles (p'£ ~ 500 MeV/c) produced in a clond

chamber, by iron plates placed in the cloud chamber. Although the proton ...

In the M.I.T.

**experiment**observations were made of the scattering of protonsresulting from the decay of fast A particles (p'£ ~ 500 MeV/c) produced in a clond

chamber, by iron plates placed in the cloud chamber. Although the proton ...

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The

two reactions 1) and 2) which can be made rather free of systematic error.

Preliminary results have been obtained: g»te_r+p gl<7 Rate 7r- -f p -> r + n 5. -

Parity of ...

The

**experiment**will then yield, eventually, a value of the ratio of the rates of thetwo reactions 1) and 2) which can be made rather free of systematic error.

Preliminary results have been obtained: g»te_r+p gl<7 Rate 7r- -f p -> r + n 5. -

Parity of ...

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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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