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Relativistic Electron Theory
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Causality and Chance in Modern Physics
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Examples of Momentum Distributions in the Electromagnetic Field and in Matter
Momentum conservation and the validity of the center-of-mass law are examined for systems made up of electrostaticcharges and magnets, in terms of the requirements of special relativitytheory. TheExpand
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On Transition Probabilities in Double Beta-Disintegration
The phenomenon of double $\ensuremath{\beta}$-disintegration is one for which there is a marked difference between the results of Majorana's symmetrical theory of the neutrino and those of theExpand
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Maximal Rectilinear Crossing of Cycles
We address the following question: In drawing a cycle on n vertices (or a graph all of whose degrees are 2) in the plane with straight line arcs, how many crossings can there be? A complete answer isExpand
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