## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 72N. Zanichelli, 1979 - Nuclear physics |

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Let us consider the following atomic sentences of L*\ d,= r, (the value for the ^-

= r„ (the value for the z-

Let us consider the following atomic sentences of L*\ d,= r, (the value for the ^-

**component**of spin is + J) , d, = r, (the value for the z-**component**of spin is + J) , dj= r„ (the value for the z-

**component**of spin is — I) . We will have (84) not '=dj=r1 ...Page 186

In other words, the sentence which asserts that the state y> either can have value

r1 for the ^-

can have value rx for the ^-

In other words, the sentence which asserts that the state y> either can have value

r1 for the ^-

**component**and at the same time spin up for the z-**component**, or itcan have value rx for the ^-

**component**and at the same time spin down for the ...Page 443

The wave function ostensibly depends on all three

potential A; thus, (44) y> = y>(A, a) . However, the change in these

induced by the arbitrary infinitesimal « change in gauge » A, (45) Ak^A„ + MIZx*,

...

The wave function ostensibly depends on all three

**components**of the vectorpotential A; thus, (44) y> = y>(A, a) . However, the change in these

**components**induced by the arbitrary infinitesimal « change in gauge » A, (45) Ak^A„ + MIZx*,

...

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E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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