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

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3 , where we have also exploited the

the 20 light curves . ( It is evident in fig . 3 that the orbits corresponding to the two

3 , where we have also exploited the

**symmetry**to superpose appropriate pairs ofthe 20 light curves . ( It is evident in fig . 3 that the orbits corresponding to the two

**symmetry**points are themselves**symmetric**in orbital phase . Thus there are ...Page 120

These

amplitude of the

associated with the same

.

These

**symmetry**points are determined by varying the epoch to minimize theamplitude of the

**symmetry**- violating sine terms . The actual epoch chosen isassociated with the same

**symmetry**point 1 . 0 08 0 . 6 350 phase 0 . 2 0 . 8 0 . 4 0.

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That

moving pattern , does participate in the 350

. 0 .

That

**symmetry**is related to the X - ray cycle through the location of the optical**symmetry**points y = 0 . ... e ) The secondary minimum , although not part of themoving pattern , does participate in the 350

**symmetry**by being centered on y = 0. 0 .

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico del partecipanti al Corso | 1 |

Introduction | 17 |

Сen | 37 |

Copyright | |

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