## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 65N. Zanichelli, 1978 - Nuclear physics |

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E and 0 denote

particle in the q - direction as measured by an observer at rest at infinity . For

interpretation of the variable K see , e . g . 300 R . RUFFINI Orbits of test particles

in the ...

E and 0 denote

**respectively**the energy and the angular momentum of theparticle in the q - direction as measured by an observer at rest at infinity . For

interpretation of the variable K see , e . g . 300 R . RUFFINI Orbits of test particles

in the ...

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Let mı , ru , vi , Pi , S ( 1 ) , n ( 1 ) , 7 ( 1 ) and w ( 1 ) denote the mass , position ,

velocity , momentum , spin , unit vector in the spin direction , moment of inertia

and angular velocity ,

denote ...

Let mı , ru , vi , Pi , S ( 1 ) , n ( 1 ) , 7 ( 1 ) and w ( 1 ) denote the mass , position ,

velocity , momentum , spin , unit vector in the spin direction , moment of inertia

and angular velocity ,

**respectively**, of body 1 . The same symbols , with 1 2 ,denote ...

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1 and 1 ,

surface field strength is the same as in curve II ) , but the internal field strength is

increased by a factor of 10 . The points where the major cooling mechanism shifts

...

1 and 1 ,

**respectively**, where H , = ma che = 4 . 41 · 1013 G . In curve III ) , thesurface field strength is the same as in curve II ) , but the internal field strength is

increased by a factor of 10 . The points where the major cooling mechanism shifts

...

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico del partecipanti al Corso | 1 |

Introduction | 17 |

Сen | 37 |

Copyright | |

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