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

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Y = x1 Q1 to 13 Q3 + yl , ( + xy + y2 = 1 ) , and using ( 73 ) for A ans 8 one finds

that the allowed

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**parameters**in the general and one in the present case . Putting mulie ' s ( 92 )Y = x1 Q1 to 13 Q3 + yl , ( + xy + y2 = 1 ) , and using ( 73 ) for A ans 8 one finds

that the allowed

**parameter**combinations # h as are those represented in the ...Page 126

curvature at that time to define an angular

time , arbitrarily taken to be zero at the start of the expansion : ( 82 ) dn = a - ld (

distance in 3 - space ) . Then the initial value requirement on the data on ...

curvature at that time to define an angular

**parameter**n , for the measurement oftime , arbitrarily taken to be zero at the start of the expansion : ( 82 ) dn = a - ld (

distance in 3 - space ) . Then the initial value requirement on the data on ...

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the polarization is here referred either to the direction of motion or to the opposite

direction , according as the

function of the neutrino has an amplitude of the form ( 86 ) / 21 - : P27 - if its ...

the polarization is here referred either to the direction of motion or to the opposite

direction , according as the

**parameter**p = 1 or – 1 . Likewise , the the wave -function of the neutrino has an amplitude of the form ( 86 ) / 21 - : P27 - if its ...

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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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