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

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Page 98

( 50 ) cut the number of disposable quantities from 6 per

components of e and 3 components of h ) to 4 . It is possible to connect this

standard result with a still more familiar way of speaking when the

Go over from co ...

( 50 ) cut the number of disposable quantities from 6 per

**space**point ( 3components of e and 3 components of h ) to 4 . It is possible to connect this

standard result with a still more familiar way of speaking when the

**space**is flat .Go over from co ...

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Any given choice corresponds to an arbitrary way of slicing the 4 -

with a curved and waving knife into a region before and a region after o . On this

surface the 9 pieces of geometrically significant information implied by ( 3 gun

and ...

Any given choice corresponds to an arbitrary way of slicing the 4 -

**space**apartwith a curved and waving knife into a region before and a region after o . On this

surface the 9 pieces of geometrically significant information implied by ( 3 gun

and ...

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In Kruskal ' s co - ordinates , at v = 0 , the geometry of 3 -

regular . ... In other words , a solution previously regarded as regular in time and

singular in

...

In Kruskal ' s co - ordinates , at v = 0 , the geometry of 3 -

**spaces**is everywhereregular . ... In other words , a solution previously regarded as regular in time and

singular in

**space**has been interpreted more properly as initially regular in**space**...

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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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