Die beobachtbaren Größen in der Theorie der Elementarteilchen. II

  title={Die beobachtbaren Gr{\"o}{\ss}en in der Theorie der Elementarteilchen. II},
  author={W. Heisenberg},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Physik},
ZusammenfassungIm Anschluß an eine frühere Arbeit werden die physikalischen Folgerungen einer Theorie untersucht, in der nicht eine Hamilton-Funktion, sondern die in Teil I erklärteη-Matrix vorgegeben ist. In dieser Theorie treten im Gegensatz zur üblichen Quantentheorie der Wellenfelder keine Divergenzschwierigkeiten auf und die gestellten Probleme können streng behandelt werden. Die Rechnung wird durchgeführt für die Streuung von Elementarteilchen bei zwei verschiedenen Wechselwirkungsans… Expand
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