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

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5 should show a minimum angular dimension , and both those more remote and

those nearer at hand should look larger ( Fig . 21 ) . The effect is most easily

visualized by imagining 1 ) a spherical

and ...

5 should show a minimum angular dimension , and both those more remote and

those nearer at hand should look larger ( Fig . 21 ) . The effect is most easily

visualized by imagining 1 ) a spherical

**shell**of good clear glass in which hereand ...

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... corrections to Fig . 19 . - B - x diagram . the M , for the 0 + 0 transitions are

taken into account [ 30 ] . In this case C , = ( 1 . 453 + 0 . 009 ) . 10 - 49 erg cm3 .

For the mirror transitions of nuclei of closed

... corrections to Fig . 19 . - B - x diagram . the M , for the 0 + 0 transitions are

taken into account [ 30 ] . In this case C , = ( 1 . 453 + 0 . 009 ) . 10 - 49 erg cm3 .

For the mirror transitions of nuclei of closed

**shells**plus or minus one nucleon it ...Page 382

The matrix elements have been worked out by FUJI and PRIMAKOFF using a

capture process the « weak - magnetism » and pseudoscalar terms , whose

values are ...

The matrix elements have been worked out by FUJI and PRIMAKOFF using a

**shell**model , and by WOLFENSTEIN . These authors also include in the lacapture process the « weak - magnetism » and pseudoscalar terms , whose

values are ...

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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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