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

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This whole problem is not mentioned, of course, in the first book by Rutherford

appeared in 1904 [36], but is treated in detail in section 75 (pages 186-191) of his

1913 book [52], where he underlines: « It is

This whole problem is not mentioned, of course, in the first book by Rutherford

appeared in 1904 [36], but is treated in detail in section 75 (pages 186-191) of his

1913 book [52], where he underlines: « It is

**important**to settle whether the ...Page 271

Therefore, we find that the existence of an element A->B, which is very

for the logical interpretation, is necessary and sufficient for the distributivity of the

lattice considered. A similar situation can be found in the lattice LQ. For a logical

...

Therefore, we find that the existence of an element A->B, which is very

**important**for the logical interpretation, is necessary and sufficient for the distributivity of the

lattice considered. A similar situation can be found in the lattice LQ. For a logical

...

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Of this the most

open or closed? On no central issue of cosmology is there greater divergence of

evidence today. Einstein's philosophical arguments speak for closure. [So does ...

Of this the most

**important**ingredient is closure of the Universe. « Is the Universeopen or closed? On no central issue of cosmology is there greater divergence of

evidence today. Einstein's philosophical arguments speak for closure. [So does ...

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### Contents

E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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