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

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**Hence**we shall start with the very successful model of such processes : the Glauber model . 2. Description of Multiple Scattering 2.1 . General Remarks To construct the relevant formulae for the theory of multiple scattering one can ... Page 3

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**hence**, neglecting second derivatives of , we obtain the following equation for 4 : 2ikeika = 24 2m dz h2 Veikzy , 24 - dz = 214 Ve where we have used p = kh , v = Р m The amplitude for the particle to scatter from k to 3. Page 5

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**Hence**, in the limit E → we have to have ( 1 - α3 ) -0 , ( 1 + α3 ) 24 . . ( 2.2 ) ( 2.3 ) This is because the right - hand side of ( 2.3 ) does not contain the energy , E. We multiply eq ( 2.3 ) from the left by 12 ( 1 + as ) and get ... Page 6

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**hence**the 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 ... Page 7

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**Hence**we have to use a z - ordered product to express x in a compact form : Each infinitesimal step Χ x = { exp ( if dz'a ( x , y , z ) 81 Xi . + x ( z + △ z ) − x ( z ) = iAzK ( 81 ∙ B1 — ¿ 81 · E1σ2 ) x ( ≈ ) , x ( z ...### Common terms and phrases

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