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

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with a curved and waving knife into a region before and a region after o . On this

surface the 9 pieces of geometrically significant information implied by ( 3 gun

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**given**choice corresponds to an arbitrary way of slicing the 4 - space apartwith a curved and waving knife into a region before and a region after o . On this

surface the 9 pieces of geometrically significant information implied by ( 3 gun

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A particle with spin S possesses , in general , ( 28 + 1 ) possible orientations of its

intrinsic angular momentum with respect to a

called unpolarized if all of these states are equally populated . The electron , a ...

A particle with spin S possesses , in general , ( 28 + 1 ) possible orientations of its

intrinsic angular momentum with respect to a

**given**direction . A particle beam iscalled unpolarized if all of these states are equally populated . The electron , a ...

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A more severe test of the AT = į rule would be

→ 3T ) / ( K ; 371 ) , for the [ AT ] = } rule predicts that this ratio should have the

value unity [ 50 , 64 ) . An admixture of AT1 = } transition changes this ratio to w (

K + ...

A more severe test of the AT = į rule would be

**given**by study of the ratio w ( K +→ 3T ) / ( K ; 371 ) , for the [ AT ] = } rule predicts that this ratio should have the

value unity [ 50 , 64 ) . An admixture of AT1 = } transition changes this ratio to w (

K + ...

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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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