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

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a set of Pauli matrices , the commutation

( 10 ) 723 = 10 , = 214 , 731 = 10 , = 724 , 712 = { 03 = 134 . As we shall see later

, this fact represents the group theoretical basis for Weyl ' s theory of the ...

a set of Pauli matrices , the commutation

**relations**( 9 ) can be satisfied by putting( 10 ) 723 = 10 , = 214 , 731 = 10 , = 724 , 712 = { 03 = 134 . As we shall see later

, this fact represents the group theoretical basis for Weyl ' s theory of the ...

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Thus out of the divergence

possible to derive all of Maxwell ' s equations for the electromagnetic field . The

dynamic equations can be said to do no more nor less than to guarantee that the

...

Thus out of the divergence

**relations**, plus the principle of covariance , it ispossible to derive all of Maxwell ' s equations for the electromagnetic field . The

dynamic equations can be said to do no more nor less than to guarantee that the

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Dispersion

framework of dispersion theory . - Dispersion

by GOLDBERGER and TREIMAN to evaluate the effective interaction

Hamiltonians for ...

Dispersion

**relation**techniques . 3 - 1 . Formulation of the problem in theframework of dispersion theory . - Dispersion

**relation**techniques have been usedby GOLDBERGER and TREIMAN to evaluate the effective interaction

Hamiltonians for ...

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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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