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

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The

Roma 1 . - Introduction . This lecture is intended to give an elementary account of

the

some ...

The

**Theory**of the Neutrino . B . TOUSCHEK Istituto di Fisica dell ' Università -Roma 1 . - Introduction . This lecture is intended to give an elementary account of

the

**theory**of the neutrino and of Fermi - Dirac particles in general . I shall laysome ...

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I shall therefore content myself with this pleonastic formulation of the problem ,

treating in some detail the

Section 2 . The Pauli principle will be discussed in the third part of this course .

I shall therefore content myself with this pleonastic formulation of the problem ,

treating in some detail the

**theory**of the representations of the Lorentz - group inSection 2 . The Pauli principle will be discussed in the third part of this course .

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( 75 ) and ( 76 ) are the group theoretical basis of Heisenberg ' s two field

which is based on a wave equation of the form ( 77 ) dy + 12 757 , ( WY5V , Y ) ,

where y = 41 - iya ( and 42 are Majorans fields ) and it is easily shown that ( 77 )

is ...

( 75 ) and ( 76 ) are the group theoretical basis of Heisenberg ' s two field

**theory**,which is based on a wave equation of the form ( 77 ) dy + 12 757 , ( WY5V , Y ) ,

where y = 41 - iya ( and 42 are Majorans fields ) and it is easily shown that ( 77 )

is ...

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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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