## Interactions of High Energy Particles with NucleiNational Bureau of Standards, 1975 - 69 pages |

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**Coulomb**scattering ( B = 0 , V =**Coulomb**potential ) in eq ( 2.5 ) : ax -i- dz = ax . We have to diagonalize the matrix of eq ( 2.5 ) ( compare ref . [ 8 ] ) : 0 — i ( x — iy ) - ( x2 + y2 ) 1/2 0 S - 1 S = \ i ( x + iy ) 0 0 ( x2 + y2 ) ... Page 9

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**Coulomb**field ) . The results of a long and involved analysis [ 9 , 10 ] are as follows : 1. We recover the principle of additivity of phase shifts only in the case = 1 . 2. In all the other cases ( including = 0 ) , there is no ... Page 18

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**Coulomb**corrections which play an important role in elastic scattering from nuclei of charged hadrons , and ( ii ) the corrections for the c.m. motion which are important for light nuclei but unimportant for heavy ones . Let us consider ... Page 19

Wiesław Czyż. Let us consider first the Coulomb corrections for heavy nuclei . One can , in principle , use the individual amplitudes which have

Wiesław Czyż. Let us consider first the Coulomb corrections for heavy nuclei . One can , in principle , use the individual amplitudes which have

**Coulomb interactions**built into them ( this very tedious cal- culation has been done , e.g. ... Page 20

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**Coulomb**point charge amplitude : M = ik = 00 db bJ , ( Ab ) [ 1 − exp ( ix . ” ( b ) ) ] + ik [ * db bJo ( Ab ) exp [ ix . ” ( b ) + ix . ( b ) ] · Mc ( P ) + ik 5 00 0 db bJo ( Ab ) [ exp ( ixeP ( b ) ) — exp ( ixe ( b ) ) ( 1 − r ...### Common terms and phrases

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