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For this purpose we assume that Btrong (including electromagnetic) interactions

define a stable state Wk of a particle □which will become unstable after

switching on

denoted by ...

For this purpose we assume that Btrong (including electromagnetic) interactions

define a stable state Wk of a particle □which will become unstable after

switching on

**weak interactions**. The states of outgoing decay products will bedenoted by ...

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In discussing the

their strong interactions, which will modify the forms of the

the strong interactions, we will remark here that the following conservation laws ...

In discussing the

**weak interactions**for strange particle decays, we cannot neglecttheir strong interactions, which will modify the forms of the

**weak interactions**. Forthe strong interactions, we will remark here that the following conservation laws ...

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There is also to be discussed the possibility of isotopic spin relationship between

various decay processes, corresponding to relationships between these and

between other

the ...

There is also to be discussed the possibility of isotopic spin relationship between

various decay processes, corresponding to relationships between these and

between other

**weak interaction**constants. Isotopic spin relationships present inthe ...

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Generalità | 1 |

Parte prima Problemi teorici | 9 |

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