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TitleWeak Interactions
Author(s)Lee, T. D.
Publication DateJune 1957
Report NumberNEVIS-49
Unique IdentifierACC0451
Other NumbersCU-144-57-ONR-110-1; OSTI ID: 4353170
Research OrgColumbia University, Irvington-on-Hudson, NY; Nevis Cyclotron Laboratories
Contract NoAT(30-1)-1932; N6-ORI-110-TASK NO. 1
Sponsoring OrgU.S. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)
SubjectPhysics; Beta Decay -- Field Theory -- Group Theory -- Interactions -- Invariance Principle -- Leptons -- Mathematics -- Neutrinos -- Nuclear Reactions -- Quantum Mechanics -- Time Reversal; Charged Particles -- Conservation Laws -- Field Theory -- Group Theory -- Interactions -- Invariance Principle -- Mathematics -- Measured Values -- Parity -- Quantum Mechanics -- Time Reversal; Decay -- Field Theory -- Group Theory -- Hyperons -- Interactions -- Invariance Principle -- Kaons -- Mathematics -- Quantum Mechanics -- Time Reversal
Related Web PagesTsung-Dao Lee, Weak Interactions, and Nonconservation of Parity
AbstractExperimental results on the non-conservation of parity and charge conservation in weak interactions are reviewed. The two-component theory of the neutrino is discussed. Lepton reactions are examined under the assumption of the law of conservation of leptons and that the neutrino is described by a two- component theory. From the results of this examination, the universal Fermi interactions are analyzed. Although reactions involving the neutrino can be described, the same is not true of reactions which do not involve the lepton, as the discussion of the decay of K mesons and hyperons shows. The question of the invariance of time reversal is next examined. (J.S.R.)
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