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

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12 8g ~ ( hG / 6352 / 2 .

heja ? to E , = thei2 . with nearly 100 % probability S ] – helgie Ng ~ 1 Available

disturbance / required disturbance ~ P / ( hejt ~ ( hG / « * ) / .

12 8g ~ ( hG / 6352 / 2 .

**Potential**required to produce transition from E , = - - -heja ? to E , = thei2 . with nearly 100 % probability S ] – helgie Ng ~ 1 Available

disturbance / required disturbance ~ P / ( hejt ~ ( hG / « * ) / .

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Among the

available are two ( neutral H and anti - neutrinos ) where approximate upper

limits can be given . In view of present day ignorance about several

Among the

**potential**sources of mass - energy for which no present estimates areavailable are two ( neutral H and anti - neutrinos ) where approximate upper

limits can be given . In view of present day ignorance about several

**potential**...Page 184

In Newtonian theory the gravitational

/ r outside , and inside as a harmonic oscillator

slope which match at the boundary , ( * 0 . 513r = al . The corresponding quantity

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In Newtonian theory the gravitational

**potential**due to a fluid OL mass varies as 1/ r outside , and inside as a harmonic oscillator

**potential**with value M / Marit andslope which match at the boundary , ( * 0 . 513r = al . The corresponding quantity

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### Contents

GENERALITĄ | 1 |

PARTE PRIMA Problemi teorici | 9 |

PARTE SECONDA Correlazioni angolari polarizzazioni e decadimenti beta | 251 |

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