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

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The effect of condition v) on the lattice L(&) is the one of ensuring the covering

property. Indeed, in terms of L(&), condition v) sound as follows: if A e L(3P), if p,

q are atoms of L(&) and A/\p = 0, then p<A\Jq

The effect of condition v) on the lattice L(&) is the one of ensuring the covering

property. Indeed, in terms of L(&), condition v) sound as follows: if A e L(3P), if p,

q are atoms of L(&) and A/\p = 0, then p<A\Jq

**implies**q , <A\Jp (and hence**implies**...Page 214

Clearly, an inconsistency between these two postulates, as recently (erroneously

) claimed by J. M. Kings- ley [27], according to whom the thruth of PR

falsity of LPt and the truth of LPi

Clearly, an inconsistency between these two postulates, as recently (erroneously

) claimed by J. M. Kings- ley [27], according to whom the thruth of PR

**implies**thefalsity of LPt and the truth of LPi

**implies**the falsity of PR, would have been fatal ...Page 218

x', v -> — v

= - J1, and /„ = -/,», which is identical with (4.14). P3

F that ||.F|| = \F\\~1. P4

x', v -> — v

**implies**(4.15) 7n 7u\ /# .*\ ttn /: which with (4.13) yields fu = /„, /„ = /„, /„= - J1, and /„ = -/,», which is identical with (4.14). P3

**implies**for the determinant ofF that ||.F|| = \F\\~1. P4

**implies**= \\F\\. Hence (4.16) = 1 . P3 combined with (4.16) ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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