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

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The

spectrum of Ko's emitted from a copper target bombarded by 3 GeV protons .

Smooth distributions not too far from phase space calculations ( STERNHEIMER

) ...

The

**result**was : T2 ( 8.1 3.1 ) . 10-8 $ ( ** ) . This**result**depends somewhat on thespectrum of Ko's emitted from a copper target bombarded by 3 GeV protons .

Smooth distributions not too far from phase space calculations ( STERNHEIMER

) ...

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In his review article PRIMAKOFF gives the following Table : 1 Ip / 94 Weak

magnetic term Expected capture rate 8 yes 8 no 8.15.103 / s ( 7.2.10 / s

WOLFENSTEIN ) 6.56 · 103 / s 12.26 · 103/3 10.65 · 103 / 8 1 yes no

Experimental

In his review article PRIMAKOFF gives the following Table : 1 Ip / 94 Weak

magnetic term Expected capture rate 8 yes 8 no 8.15.103 / s ( 7.2.10 / s

WOLFENSTEIN ) 6.56 · 103 / s 12.26 · 103/3 10.65 · 103 / 8 1 yes no

Experimental

**result**are the ...Page 399

The

tı ) is a function of the time interval over which electrons are counted and Δω : 0 , -

0 ,. For a given Ao the data are analysed ( by IBM 650 ) to find the peak of the ...

The

**result**, valid near resonance is : P ( Q ) ~ N ( 1+ co 1+ ( τ Δω ) 2 ) , - where f (tı ) is a function of the time interval over which electrons are counted and Δω : 0 , -

0 ,. For a given Ao the data are analysed ( by IBM 650 ) to find the peak of the ...

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### Contents

GENERALITĄ | 1 |

PARTE PRIMA Problemi teorici | 9 |

PARTE SECONDA Correlazioni angolari polarizzazioni e decadimenti beta | 197 |

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