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

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This lecture is intended to

neutrino and of Fermi - Dirac particles in general . I shall lay some stress on the

physical principles underlying this theory and on the questions related to the

physical ...

This lecture is intended to

**give**an elementary account of the theory of theneutrino and of Fermi - Dirac particles in general . I shall lay some stress on the

physical principles underlying this theory and on the questions related to the

physical ...

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The absorption of an antineutrino in hydrogen

the antineutrino has sufficient energy , i.e. ... 2 ) The B + particle annihilates and

emits two y - rays which in turn are stopped and

electrons ...

The absorption of an antineutrino in hydrogen

**gives**ū + H + + 1 + 3 + providedthe antineutrino has sufficient energy , i.e. ... 2 ) The B + particle annihilates and

emits two y - rays which in turn are stopped and

**give**photo- or Comptonelectrons ...

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KROLL and WADA

case KROLL and WADA

277 1 PpY = const - do ( 1 + .18 cos 29 ) pseudoscalar . 2 fapo The events are ...

KROLL and WADA

**give**for the scalar case : 2л 17 a Pi a 41 2 m - M3 ... In thatcase KROLL and WADA

**give**277 PI 1 const 2 Jage do ( 1 - .18 cos 29 ) scalar ,277 1 PpY = const - do ( 1 + .18 cos 29 ) pseudoscalar . 2 fapo The events are ...

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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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