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

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For the representations D ( a ) can only be assumed to be single - valued in a

neighbourhood of the identical transformation . That spin į representations must

be at least two - valued is

For the representations D ( a ) can only be assumed to be single - valued in a

neighbourhood of the identical transformation . That spin į representations must

be at least two - valued is

**seen**by considering rotations of 21 around any given ...Page 332

These protons would also have both helicity and transverse polarization , in

general . Finally , we may comment that no A 3 - decay has yet been

- hypernucleus . Presumably the reason is that the B - decay rate is reduced ! by

the ...

These protons would also have both helicity and transverse polarization , in

general . Finally , we may comment that no A 3 - decay has yet been

**seen**for a A- hypernucleus . Presumably the reason is that the B - decay rate is reduced ! by

the ...

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24 ) it is immediately

can satisfy both equations ( 1 . 26 ) . The derivation given here only holds at

lowest order . However the theorem can be shown to hold at any order [ 8 ] :

contact ...

24 ) it is immediately

**seen**that by taking U , and U , both proportional to M , onecan satisfy both equations ( 1 . 26 ) . The derivation given here only holds at

lowest order . However the theorem can be shown to hold at any order [ 8 ] :

contact ...

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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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