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

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JM , J - M | k , 2 ) ( J , M ,, J -- M12 , x . ) Dix . ( ) » ) . 1,42 % . We may now

introduce a linking

.

**factors**, which can be reduced by the addition theorem : DX , D ' X - Men ولا لا E (JM , J - M | k , 2 ) ( J , M ,, J -- M12 , x . ) Dix . ( ) » ) . 1,42 % . We may now

introduce a linking

**factor**for particle 2 , analogous to the quantity Ø defined by eq.

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Eq . ( 94 ) exhibits , for each type of interaction ( 7 * = 0 , 1 ) , a splitting of the

partial amplitude into two

element of the nuclear transition , multiplied by the appropriate combinations of

coupling ...

Eq . ( 94 ) exhibits , for each type of interaction ( 7 * = 0 , 1 ) , a splitting of the

partial amplitude into two

**factors**: the**factor**G includes the reduced matrixelement of the nuclear transition , multiplied by the appropriate combinations of

coupling ...

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We are now left with a summation over j ; as suggested by the fact that the sign

) 1 The final result is the simple and elegant formula ( 101 ) Wikt , kg î ? ? ? ? î îrxli

...

We are now left with a summation over j ; as suggested by the fact that the sign

**factor**( -- ) 0 " contains ( - ) , this will lead to a new X - symbol , riz . Ti X ( 16353-6) 1 The final result is the simple and elegant formula ( 101 ) Wikt , kg î ? ? ? ? î îrxli

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### Contents

GENERALITÀ | 1 |

PARTE PRIMA Problemi teorici | 9 |

PARTE SECONDA Correlazioni angolari polarizzazioni e decadimenti beta | 197 |

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