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

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**Glauber**model ; hadronic components of photons ; high energy scattering ; multiple scattering ; neutrino - nucleus interactions ; shadowing effects . 1. Introduction Let us start by giving a few motives for discussing this subject : ( a ) ... Page 2

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**Glauber**model . 2. Description of Multiple Scattering 2.1 . General Remarks To construct the relevant formulae for the theory of multiple scattering one can employ various models of potential scattering . First let me quote the well ... Page 6

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**Glauber**model : But when K # 0 the principle of additivity of phase shifts breaks down . Let us consider this case in more detail . a From the equation - i Əz :) ] + eV - Kẞ ( Σ1 · В1 - iα · E ) = 0 we can eliminate the ' trivial ... Page 8

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**Glauber**model any more ! M ( A ) ~ ix , + ) ) b ) [ 1— exp ( −ie [ ** dz ( V , + V ; ) ) { exp { ( i ƒ ̈ * dz ( @ , + ( s ) } ) } . ] ) x . d2b exp ( iA.b ) where { ... } + denotes the z - ordered product . Because we have 00 CX ) -CX ... Page 12

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**Glauber**- like description of scattering of two composite objects . The formulae given below are interesting also because they may be used to analyze high energy nucleus - nucleus collisions ( which is not an academic problem because ...### Common terms and phrases

absorption additivity analysis approximately assume attenuation beam coherent collision complete components compute consider contribution corrections Coulomb Coulomb interactions coupling cross section db exp db exp i▲·b depend describe deuteron diffractive production processes discussed effects elastic scattering elastic scattering amplitude equation example excited existence experimental experiments expression fact factor field final formula forward given gives Glauber ground hadrons Hence high energy limit important incident particle inelastic initial Institute interactions introduce magnetic mass measurement momentum transfer multiple scattering Note nuclear nuclear targets nuclei nucleon numbers objects obtained parameters phase shifts photon photoproduction physical position possible problem profiles regeneration shadowing single Standards step strong structure technical vector meson wave function weak