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

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This expression is understood to be the

skeleton histories when the subdivision in time is made infinitely fine : ( 156 ) ( t ”

– 1 ) / ( x + 1 ) E -0 . The volume element before passage to the

of ...

This expression is understood to be the

**limit**of a corresponding sum overskeleton histories when the subdivision in time is made infinitely fine : ( 156 ) ( t ”

– 1 ) / ( x + 1 ) E -0 . The volume element before passage to the

**limit**is the productof ...

Page 181

Optical telescopes do well only to distances a little short density deduced from

these

neutrino flux

vlc 0.2 ...

Optical telescopes do well only to distances a little short density deduced from

these

**limits**lies between 7 and ... in a kind personal communication , give aneutrino flux

**limit**of < 2.5.1020 per cmo / s from the reaction 87Rb - , 87Sr " . ofvlc 0.2 ...

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Collecting the corrections and looking at the

account the last experimental data , one gets 9 , > > 2. ( 1.001 24 = 0.000 08 ) .

This has to be compared to the theoretical value 9 , 2 ( 1.00116 ) . We arrive now

at ...

Collecting the corrections and looking at the

**limit**one arrives at for g taking intoaccount the last experimental data , one gets 9 , > > 2. ( 1.001 24 = 0.000 08 ) .

This has to be compared to the theoretical value 9 , 2 ( 1.00116 ) . We arrive now

at ...

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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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