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

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**absorption**, which is given by dominating process , but not έ ( b ) ) . If the Coulomb interaction is absent ( x . = 0 ) the elastic cross section is invariant against the change of sign of . If , however , x.0 some drastic changes may ... Page 28

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**absorption**of polarized light by an anisotropic absorber . The incident wave is polarized in the direction n ( perpendicular to the z direction ) . n = ( nz , ny ) ¥ 2 = n2 ¥ z + ny where is the wave polarized in the x direction and V ... Page 29

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**ABSORBING**TARGET Z = 0 29 y = = 2 < 0 z > 0 . The " undisturbed " wave is Y , everywhere , hence the scattered wave is 0 , Y2 - Y = - z < 0 Yn - 4 , z > 0 . Actually it is more important for our purposes to introduce partial**absorption**... Page 30

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**absorption**in the target we assume known : | { ; ) = Σdij | λ ; ) | Xi ) = Σcij | X ; ) 2 | Xi ) , | X ; ) form orthonormal sets ( 4.1 ) of states . | λ ; ) = Σ Σ c ;; d ; 1 | Mı ) = | λi ) , hence Σcij djr = dil . j So , The states ... Page 31

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**absorption**of the incident particle . One still faces the problem of specifying the**absorption**parameters 7 ; and the coefficients e¿j . The coefficient 7 ; of the incident particle is , as a rule , easy because this is a well - known ...### Common terms and phrases

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