Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 11N. Zanichelli, 1960 - Nuclear physics |
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Now the left hand side of ( 60a ) is — apart from a factor ( - 3 ) the time
component so of a 4 - vector V4 ; that is , the component of the vector 17
perpendiculat to the 3 - surface o . Let it be agreed that the field . . . and the
vectory and the form of ...
Now the left hand side of ( 60a ) is — apart from a factor ( - 3 ) the time
component so of a 4 - vector V4 ; that is , the component of the vector 17
perpendiculat to the 3 - surface o . Let it be agreed that the field . . . and the
vectory and the form of ...
Page 207
It is helpful to think of the symbol s as associated with the vector addition ( 32 ) a
+ b + c = - 0 . The change of sign of a corresponds , in this picture , to a reversal of
the sense of the vector aja → - a . Graphically , the vectors like a being ...
It is helpful to think of the symbol s as associated with the vector addition ( 32 ) a
+ b + c = - 0 . The change of sign of a corresponds , in this picture , to a reversal of
the sense of the vector aja → - a . Graphically , the vectors like a being ...
Page 227
... and vector respectively : the Fermi type of interaction comprises the 4 -
dimensional scalar and vector interactions ( the ... comprises the tensor and axial
- vector interactions , both reducing to the spin vector o ; the pseudoscalar
interaction is ...
... and vector respectively : the Fermi type of interaction comprises the 4 -
dimensional scalar and vector interactions ( the ... comprises the tensor and axial
- vector interactions , both reducing to the spin vector o ; the pseudoscalar
interaction 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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