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

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familiar predictions of general relativity — the gravitational red shift , the bending

of light by the sun , and the precession of the perihelion of an orbit ( Table VI ) .

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**solution**in the region exterior to a mass follow the three mostfamiliar predictions of general relativity — the gravitational red shift , the bending

of light by the sun , and the precession of the perihelion of an orbit ( Table VI ) .

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which is regular and finite for all values of li , y , and z except the trivial

= constant . The existence of these theorems raises a deep and important

question . Do Einstvin's field equations possess any everywhere regular

which is regular and finite for all values of li , y , and z except the trivial

**solution**y= constant . The existence of these theorems raises a deep and important

question . Do Einstvin's field equations possess any everywhere regular

**solutions**apart ...Page 129

This result does not prove , but it suggests , that there exists no singularity free

stage of maximum contraction and on into an ensuing phase of re - expansion .

This result does not prove , but it suggests , that there exists no singularity free

**solution**of Einstein's source - free gravitational equations which runs through thestage of maximum contraction and on into an ensuing phase of re - expansion .

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### Contents

GENERALITÀ | 1 |

PARTE PRIMA Problemi teorici | 9 |

PARTE SECONDA Correlazioni angolari polarizzazioni e decadimenti beta | 197 |

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