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

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whose contribution to ( 1.1 ) leads to the usual V- A

process , where gu = f is the coupling constant normally quoted . To account for

the processes of nuclear B - decay and of ż- capture by nuclei , a nucleon current

term ...

whose contribution to ( 1.1 ) leads to the usual V- A

**interaction**form for thisprocess , where gu = f is the coupling constant normally quoted . To account for

the processes of nuclear B - decay and of ż- capture by nuclei , a nucleon current

term ...

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decay processes can arise through the

factor J & # 1 ) . The particular advantage of the

here is that it excludes various type of

present , for ...

decay processes can arise through the

**interactions**( 1.1 ) which include thefactor J & # 1 ) . The particular advantage of the

**interaction**current hypothesishere is that it excludes various type of

**interaction**which do not appear to bepresent , for ...

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However , for the

) theory , Sakurai's formula shows that this component of transverse polarization

is always zero , irrespective of the relative phase between Ck and Br , that is ...

However , for the

**interaction**given by ( 2.5 ) , the only form allowed by the ( V ' , A) theory , Sakurai's formula shows that this component of transverse polarization

is always zero , irrespective of the relative phase between Ck and Br , that is ...

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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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