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

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(15) (now again multiplied by a normalization

second angular integration) by inserting for the emission

expression (52), in which !f is given by eq. (55). The angular functions are

conveniently ...

(15) (now again multiplied by a normalization

**factor**l/4jt corresponding to thesecond angular integration) by inserting for the emission

**factor**<[u its newexpression (52), in which !f is given by eq. (55). The angular functions are

conveniently ...

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Wo are now in a position to discuss the double-emission

detail. ... (81) for the polarization

takes the general form This formula shows that the two ORIENTED NUCLEI 231.

Wo are now in a position to discuss the double-emission

**factors**<pkk l in moredetail. ... (81) for the polarization

**factors**, we see that the double-emission**factor**takes the general form This formula shows that the two ORIENTED NUCLEI 231.

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Here we must have a" — >-f-Ji +J+1+ J+Jt+l2+r+r' -(-ft, which is a' -i-a'" with a" —

2j +J +Jt +f-rk. We are now left with a summation over /': as suggested by the fact

that the sign

Here we must have a" — >-f-Ji +J+1+ J+Jt+l2+r+r' -(-ft, which is a' -i-a'" with a" —

2j +J +Jt +f-rk. We are now left with a summation over /': as suggested by the fact

that the sign

**factor**( — )"" contains ( — )M, this will lead to a new .X-symbol, viz.### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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