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

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Consequences of Invariance under

Eigenvalues . In contrast to the operator of time reversal the operators of

and charge conjugation are linear and unitary and , therefore , possess

eigenvalues ...

Consequences of Invariance under

**Parity**and under Charge Conjugation . 1. -Eigenvalues . In contrast to the operator of time reversal the operators of

**parity**and charge conjugation are linear and unitary and , therefore , possess

eigenvalues ...

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For the intrinsic

antiparticle 1 ( IV.8 ) PY ;innY ; - . ko Though we did not make that clear in the

notations the np in general differ from field to field . For the standard form eqs . (

11.36 ) ...

For the intrinsic

**parity**we find dia ( IV.7 ) PY ' , in Ye + g + and for that of theantiparticle 1 ( IV.8 ) PY ;innY ; - . ko Though we did not make that clear in the

notations the np in general differ from field to field . For the standard form eqs . (

11.36 ) ...

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Only the intrinsic

defined absolutely ( empirically it is odd ) . The generalized charges one has to

consider in connection with the ambiguities are those which are conserved in ...

Only the intrinsic

**parity**of strictly neutral bosons ( i.e. of the neutral ° mesons ) isdefined absolutely ( empirically it is odd ) . The generalized charges one has to

consider in connection with the ambiguities are those which are conserved in ...

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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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