By Duncan Brewer
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And so began what became known as "the downfall of parity"—not 26 a total demise, but a downfall with respect to one area, the realm of the weak interaction. " In it they reviewed a number of reactions and examined the experimental implications of the possibility that parity (that is, mirror symmetry) was not respected by the weak force. How could you test this idea? They thought if you could examine the directions in which an emerging electron is ejected from a spinning nucleus in beta decay (the realm of the weak interaction), and could see, for example, that the electron favored one direction over the other, then that would be a tip-off.
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1000 Facts on Mammals by Duncan Brewer