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

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**Assuming**x ( b ) = = Σx ; ( b - s ; ) and**assuming**that the particle goes through the target so 2. Page 3

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**assuming**that the particle goes through the target so fast that all the nucleons are ' frozen ' at certain positions , we get for the amplitude Mfi = ik 27 / d3rı dr ... ray , * ( r ... ra ) | bexp ( iA + b ) × { 1 ... Page 12

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**assume**also that all particles have the same single particle wave functions . The ground state wave functions are ...**assumed**all profiles to be identical and introduced B ï ; ( b ) = [ đ3rı ¢ o® ) * ( r , ® ) ¢ o® ( r , ® ) Y ; t ( b ... Page 14

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**assume**that all y's are the same . One gets this formula trivially from M = ik 2π db exp ( i △ · b ) | [ 1- ( 1- S ...**assumes**that y ( b ) is a very narrow function of b ( hence the components of the two hadrons are very small ) we can ... Page 19

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**assume**that , in the high energy limit , the total phase shift is the sum of the Coulomb phase shift ( xe , the phase shift one would get if the strong interactions were switched off ) and the strong interaction phase shift ( x , the ...### Common terms and phrases

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