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- This experiment was not looking for gamma decay of the neutral meson, a subject treated theoretically during the next year:
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- Note added by Maki: The calculations referred to are
Y. Nishina, S. Tomonaga and H. Tamaki, Sci. Papers of IPCR 24, Suppl. 18 (1934), 7;
Y. Nishinna, S. Tomonaga and M. Kobayasi, Sci. Papers of IPCR 27 (1935), 137;
and Y. Nishina, S. Tomonaga and S. Sakata, Sci. Papers of IPCR 24, Suppl. 17 (1934), 1.