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Beta and muon decays

Abstract

These notes represent a series of lectures delivered by the authors in the Junta de Energia Nuclear, during the Spring term of 1965. They were devoted to graduate students interested in the Theory of Elementary Particles. Special emphasis was focussed into the computational problems. Chapter I is a review of basic principles (Dirac equation, transition probabilities, final state interactions.) which will be needed later. In Chapter II the four-fermion punctual Interaction is discussed, Chapter III is devoted to the study of beta-decay; the main emphasis is given to the deduction of the formulae corresponding to electron-antineutrino correlation, electron energy spectrum, lifetimes, asymmetry of electrons emitted from polarized nuclei, electron and neutrino polarization and time reversal invariance in beta decay. In Chapter IV we deal with the decay of polarized muons with radiative corrections. Chapter V is devoted to an introduction to C.V.C. theory. (Author)
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 1967
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
JEN-186
Subject:
70 PLASMA PHYSICS AND FUSION TECHNOLOGY; BETA DECAY; MUON DETECTION; ELEMENTARY PARTICLES; RESISTIVITY LOGGING; ELECTRON ANTINEUTRINOS; ENERGY; ELECTRON CORRELATION
OSTI ID:
21135054
Research Organizations:
Junta de Energia Nuclear (JEN), Madrid (Spain)
Country of Origin:
Spain
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: ES09B0068
Availability:
Commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE21135054
Submitting Site:
SPN
Size:
196 pages
Announcement Date:
Mar 06, 2009

Citation Formats

Galindo, A, and Pascual, P. Beta and muon decays. Spain: N. p., 1967. Web.
Galindo, A, & Pascual, P. Beta and muon decays. Spain.
Galindo, A, and Pascual, P. 1967. "Beta and muon decays." Spain.
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title = {Beta and muon decays}
author = {Galindo, A, and Pascual, P}
abstractNote = {These notes represent a series of lectures delivered by the authors in the Junta de Energia Nuclear, during the Spring term of 1965. They were devoted to graduate students interested in the Theory of Elementary Particles. Special emphasis was focussed into the computational problems. Chapter I is a review of basic principles (Dirac equation, transition probabilities, final state interactions.) which will be needed later. In Chapter II the four-fermion punctual Interaction is discussed, Chapter III is devoted to the study of beta-decay; the main emphasis is given to the deduction of the formulae corresponding to electron-antineutrino correlation, electron energy spectrum, lifetimes, asymmetry of electrons emitted from polarized nuclei, electron and neutrino polarization and time reversal invariance in beta decay. In Chapter IV we deal with the decay of polarized muons with radiative corrections. Chapter V is devoted to an introduction to C.V.C. theory. (Author)}
place = {Spain}
year = {1967}
month = {Jul}
}