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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

@inproceedings{Cylinders2010UNIVERSITYOC,
  title={UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA},
  author={Casting Astrolite Cylinders},
  year={2010}
}
The spectrum, asymmetry, and spirality of the electrons from decay are calculatedfrom the most general form of the two-component neutrino theory with lepton conservatipn. In addition to the nonlocal iiteractions considered recently by Lee and Yang, terms appearing phenomenolo.ically as derivative couplings may occur. In particular, a spectrum that is, asie from a statistical factor, linear in:momentum is possible with p / 3/4. This could be interpreted as evidence that fermions of baryonic mass… 

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