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

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Our task- is therefore to analyse this

contributions, of the form (83), from the various Jrvalues. ... Besides isobaric spin

matrices, which play no part in the following argument, the operators 0 are

relativistio 4x4 ...

Our task- is therefore to analyse this

**matrix**-**element**(84) into a sum ofcontributions, of the form (83), from the various Jrvalues. ... Besides isobaric spin

matrices, which play no part in the following argument, the operators 0 are

relativistio 4x4 ...

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Scott diagram. selection rules do not exclude one of the

resulting Scott diagram is shown in Fig. 18 and there compared to the dotted line

representing the AV combination, whereas the ST line would go from (0, J) to (0,

...

Scott diagram. selection rules do not exclude one of the

**matrix elements**. Theresulting Scott diagram is shown in Fig. 18 and there compared to the dotted line

representing the AV combination, whereas the ST line would go from (0, J) to (0,

...

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If one neglects the recoil, the decay

given by (2.8) — 0(f\I+\i}V2(»ylav), where /+, is the + component of the isotopic

spin operator /, and e, v are spinors. Different

...

If one neglects the recoil, the decay

**matrix element**for an allowed transition isgiven by (2.8) — 0(f\I+\i}V2(»ylav), where /+, is the + component of the isotopic

spin operator /, and e, v are spinors. Different

**matrix elements**of I+ can be related...

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### Contents

GENERALITÀ | 1 |

PARTE PRIMA Problemi teorici | 9 |

PARTE SECONDA Correlazioni angolari polarizzazioni e decadimenti beta | 251 |

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