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Post-deadline paper by Rustad and Ruby

B. M. Rustad and S. L. Ruby
American Physical Society meeting
Jan 28 1958
Comment(s): 

Text and abstract not recorded. 
Franklin summarizes as mea culpa
. Other papers cite as acknowledgement of error.

The Measurement of Electron-Neutrino Angular Correlations [and Discussion]

B. W. Ridley and discussants
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Aug 26 1958
Excerpt(s): 

A. Salam, Imperial College: Could Dr Ridley say, if he were asked to choose between these two diagrams, which would he prefer?
B. W. Ridley: I think I am all right in saying that the 35A point is fairly certain, because it would have to move a very long way to change the picture significantly, and one feels that the 19Ne results are significant, merely from the weight of what are now four inde- pendent experiments. A. Salam: So you would be inclined to discount the 6He experiments if you had to choose?

The Nature of the Four-Fermion Interaction

E. C. G. Sudarshan and R. E. Marshak
Proc. of the Conference on Mesons and Newly-Discovered Particles, Padua-Venice
Sep 22 1957
Comment(s): 

Marshak gives Sudarshan’s experimental review at Padua conference, calling for the He6 experiment to be redone

Excerpt(s): 

One verifies immediately that there is no choice of coupling types consistent with all the experimental data. For example, the measurement of angular correlations in mixed transitions as well as the measurements of emission asymmetry or B-y correlations in mixed transitions favor a VA or ST combination; but the measurements of angular correlation in He6 and A35 give T, V respectively. Nevertheless, the fact that in practically all the measurements of pseudoscalars the values obtained are consistent with the maximum value possible must be highly significant.

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