Alpha Partricle Emission and the Orthodox Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

Physics Letters 43 (1):29-30 (1973)
It is argued that Robinson's attempt to show that alpha particle emission contradicts orthodox quantum mechanics does not succeed. However, the possibility remains that alpha particle emission does contradict quantum mechanics.
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