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

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0-1 = Y ( -1 ) 7075 , Because of the complex conjugation necessarily is an

antilinear

antiunitary . Anti - linear

* AY ...

0-1 = Y ( -1 ) 7075 , Because of the complex conjugation necessarily is an

antilinear

**operator**; since hermitian adjointness is conserved it can be chosenantiunitary . Anti - linear

**operators**( * ) A satisfy ( 1.3 ) A ( Y + ) = ΑΨ + ΑΦ , AY = 2* AY ...

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2 ) They are local in the sense that they transform positive and negative

frequency parts of the field

« as a whole » ) ( * ) . The reason for the second postulate appears to be that only

for ...

2 ) They are local in the sense that they transform positive and negative

frequency parts of the field

**operators**in the same way ( the fields are transformed« as a whole » ) ( * ) . The reason for the second postulate appears to be that only

for ...

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It shall be called Fermi

r ) F - 1 Y'ou ( 1 ) , etc. , for all ... With the actual relation between spins and

charges occuring in nature F can be expressed by the

...

It shall be called Fermi

**operator**and is defined by ( II.29 ) F. ( 2 ) FFinlir ) , Ffoue (r ) F - 1 Y'ou ( 1 ) , etc. , for all ... With the actual relation between spins and

charges occuring in nature F can be expressed by the

**operators**of baryonic and...

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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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