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

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If the strong interactions are irrelevant for the process under consideration ( IIT.17

) ( a18.16 ) ( alb ) one

TaM | Tk * . + We mention in passing that the expression S ( „ x , H ( - t ) Yra in ) ...

If the strong interactions are irrelevant for the process under consideration ( IIT.17

) ( a18.16 ) ( alb ) one

**finds**the particularly simple result ( * ) ( III.18 ) ( a | M | k ) (TaM | Tk * . + We mention in passing that the expression S ( „ x , H ( - t ) Yra in ) ...

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+ h . c . where the coupling constant has been called V & G to respect old

traditions . This is the A- 1 coupling . If n and p are antifermions one

( 7 ) V G 4.74 äyn ) ( 4,7uay . ) , which is the A + coupling Experiment now

suggests ( 8 ) ...

+ h . c . where the coupling constant has been called V & G to respect old

traditions . This is the A- 1 coupling . If n and p are antifermions one

**finds**instead( 7 ) V G 4.74 äyn ) ( 4,7uay . ) , which is the A + coupling Experiment now

suggests ( 8 ) ...

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Integrating over dx one

( 0 - u ? ) < 018 ( 2 ) ( a ) 0 , which shows that this contribution is zero . Now the

last two terms . They contain d ( t ) and 8 ( t ) . By partial integration the 8 ( t ) can ...

Integrating over dx one

**finds**that 2 must be a one pion state . But for such a state( 0 - u ? ) < 018 ( 2 ) ( a ) 0 , which shows that this contribution is zero . Now the

last two terms . They contain d ( t ) and 8 ( t ) . By partial integration the 8 ( t ) can ...

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### Contents

GENERALITĄ | 1 |

PARTE PRIMA Problemi teorici | 9 |

PARTE SECONDA Correlazioni angolari polarizzazioni e decadimenti beta | 197 |

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