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

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Il pis The linking factor ( 61 ) , by the restricting triangle conditions imposed on the

quantum numbers for the non - vanishing of W and X symbols , embodies , for 1 -

- 1 ' = 1 , 1 = } , the well - known selection rules for allowed

Il pis The linking factor ( 61 ) , by the restricting triangle conditions imposed on the

quantum numbers for the non - vanishing of W and X symbols , embodies , for 1 -

- 1 ' = 1 , 1 = } , the well - known selection rules for allowed

**transitions**: J , - J ...Page 236

In J J

contribute both « pure » » ( r = . 7 ' ' ) and « cross » ( r + p ' ) terms to that emission

factor ; the only exception is the ( ) →

In J J

**transitions**, on the other hand , both types of interaction will in generalcontribute both « pure » » ( r = . 7 ' ' ) and « cross » ( r + p ' ) terms to that emission

factor ; the only exception is the ( ) →

**transition**, which , as shown by the above ...Page 271

19 the B - x line for the neutron decay and the average line for the 0 = 0

agreement with the determination from the experiments with polarized neutrons .

However ...

19 the B - x line for the neutron decay and the average line for the 0 = 0

**transitions**are shown . From the intersection point one find B = 2 580 . 010 inagreement with the determination from the experiments with polarized neutrons .

However ...

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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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