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

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Because even if quantum mechanics furnishes only statistical information

regarding nature, the least we can expect from it is that it describe not only the

statistics of individual

Because even if quantum mechanics furnishes only statistical information

regarding nature, the least we can expect from it is that it describe not only the

statistics of individual

**quantities**, but also the relations among several such**quantities**.Page 153

As a consequence, nx and ti„+1 belong to two different equivalence classes C,,

Cs with respect to E' and, in that range, define two different physical

Now, condition 6) guarantees that C,, C, do not both belong to {Ck}. There are

also ...

As a consequence, nx and ti„+1 belong to two different equivalence classes C,,

Cs with respect to E' and, in that range, define two different physical

**quantities**.Now, condition 6) guarantees that C,, C, do not both belong to {Ck}. There are

also ...

Page 156

When technology advances, and we pass from e to e'<e, we may find that one

and the same quantity splits into two or more

procedures, that were e-equivalent within Zk, are not e'-equivalent. This situation

has ...

When technology advances, and we pass from e to e'<e, we may find that one

and the same quantity splits into two or more

**quantities**, because a number ofprocedures, that were e-equivalent within Zk, are not e'-equivalent. This situation

has ...

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### Contents

E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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