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

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K particle, since a zero-zero transition is forbidden for radiative THE DECAY OF

STRANGE PARTICLES 301. Strange particle Spin Decay mode Decay rates

Comments A — 1 P + 7T- ] P+6-+V J S.S-lO's-1 (±5%) Branching

) is ...

K particle, since a zero-zero transition is forbidden for radiative THE DECAY OF

STRANGE PARTICLES 301. Strange particle Spin Decay mode Decay rates

Comments A — 1 P + 7T- ] P+6-+V J S.S-lO's-1 (±5%) Branching

**ratio**(p^-)/ /(nn0) is ...

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The K*/K^

probabilities for the it+ and processes is of interest. Just as for K^2 decay, the 7t+-

decay matrix-element may be written m An{p(l—ys)fi+), where the constant An ...

The K*/K^

**ratio**predicted is (2.4) <Y = 2.5-10-8 . The comparison of the decayprobabilities for the it+ and processes is of interest. Just as for K^2 decay, the 7t+-

decay matrix-element may be written m An{p(l—ys)fi+), where the constant An ...

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Now, for example if J = 0 held for 4HA and the p-channel A-decay amplitude

were much stronger than the 8-channel amplitude, then the two-body mode (6.1)

would be relatively rare. In fact, the experimental

Now, for example if J = 0 held for 4HA and the p-channel A-decay amplitude

were much stronger than the 8-channel amplitude, then the two-body mode (6.1)

would be relatively rare. In fact, the experimental

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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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