1 A Selected Bibliography of Publications by, and about, Enrico Fermi Nelson H. F. Beebe University of Utah Department of Mathematics, 110 LCB 155 S 1400 E RM 233 Salt Lake City, UT USA Tel: FAX: (Internet) WWW URL: 19 June 2015 Version Title word cross-reference + [AFRW42]. 1/2 [CT67]. 1/2 [CT67]. $17.50 [Bro68]. $21.00 [Gol99a]. $29.99 [Seg15]. $3.50 [Gra61]. 3/2 [CT67]. $49.95 [Stu06]. 4d [Fer29g, Fer30k]. $50 [Ano62, G.64]. $6.95 [Bro73c] [WS48]. 237 [ML48]. 239 [SP48]. o [Mon66]. 93 [ML48]. α [OVPL15]. β [Fer33b, Fer34n, Fer34o, Fer47a, Yan13b]. f [FBE + 34]. F 1/2 (x) [WR63]. f t [Fer42d]. [Bas01, For01]. h/k [FR27b, FR27a]. s [FA34]. k [Fer42c, Fer42q]. [Bas01, For01]. ν [FMM45]. p [FS34a, FS34b]. s [Fer28e, Fer28g]. -Decay [Yan13b, FBE + 34]. -Fermi [OVPL15]. -rays [FS34a, FS34b, Fer34o, Fer47a]. -Strahlen [Fer34o]. -Terme [Fer28e, Fer28e]. -Terms [Fer28g]. -Value [FMM45]. / [Ano01b]. 1
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