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Comment: 10 pages, 3 figures; conference talk
Comment: 6 pages; 10 figures (can be obtained as ps. files); talk given at the Conference on Mesons, Baryons and Nuclei, Cracow
Answers are given to some questions raised by Lipkin concerning the relation between mirror asymmetry in beta-decay and second-class currents. Mirror asymmetry (not of electromagnetic origin) is evidence for second-class currents even taking into account possible CP violation. A non-vanishing mirror asymmetry can be calculated in terms of single-nucleon transition matrices but there is no unique relation between the mirror asymmetry and the matrix elements of the second-class current for free nucleons.
Comment: 17 pages, REVTeX file followed by 2 postscript files for 2 figures, DOE/ER/40427-25-N93
Comment: 64 pages, latex, 26 figures (available upon request)
Comment: 18 pages (REVTeX) + 2 figures (as PostScript), to be published in PRC, replaced with final version: inclusion of pi-eta mixing and N -> N* transitions
Comment: contributed talk at CIPANP97 (Big Sky, Montana); 3 pages (aipproc.sty), no figures
Comment: 8 pages, 10 figures
Comment: 3 pages
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