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

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... of this cooperation is reflected , however , not only in published papers , but in numerous un- published

... of this cooperation is reflected , however , not only in published papers , but in numerous un- published

**notes**as well as in these lectures themselves . L. C. Maximon Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei * W. Czyż iii. Page 1

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**notes**the interactions of various different particles with nuclear targets are to be con- sidered . Of course , we cannot cover all problems related to the interactions of hadrons , photons , and electrons ( virtual photons ) with ... Page 5

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**note**that ( 1 + a3 ) ( 1— α3 ) = a32 = 0 ) 0 = = · ¿ 1⁄2 ( 1 + α3 ) α1 • ▽ 1 — ¿ 1⁄2 ( 1 + α3 ) α3 + 11⁄2 ( 1 + α3 ) ẞm dz −K1⁄2 ( 1 + as ) ß ( Σ · B − ia · E ) + eV1⁄2 ( 1 + a3 ) | ¢ . ❤ . But in the limit E → ∞ , ( 1 + α3 ) α ... Page 7

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**Note**that " compositeness " of the incident particle is responsible for the existence of more than one channel . For instance , the presence of an anomalous magnetic moment can be looked upon as a mark of " compositeness . " Suppose Anm ... Page 8

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**Note**that since the z dependence is outside the spinor matrix this does commute at different z's : [ a ( b , z ) , a ( b , z ' ) ] = 0 . Suppose , however , we have two sources of Coulomb field at two different points . Then 0 , \ i ...### Common terms and phrases

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