## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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Scattering of a

Scattering of a

**charged**vector meson in a static field ( we shall quote the results , for more details see refs . [ 9 , 10 ] ) . Let us allow for our vector particle to have an arbitrary magnetic moment and define the magnetic moment ... Page 10

In order to make the condition ( 2.7 ) more plausible , let us consider a

In order to make the condition ( 2.7 ) more plausible , let us consider a

**charged**particle with spin S and magnetic moment M given by ( 2.7 ) moving in an almost uniform magnetic field B. This particle follows a circular trajectory with ... Page 15

If we accept that the densities of hadronic matter are the same as

If we accept that the densities of hadronic matter are the same as

**charge**densities , F ( a ) , F ( b ) are the**charge**form factors of the colliding hadrons . This formula was used successfully to : ( i ) reproduce the proton**charge**... Page 18

... corrections to be discussed ( although they are , in principle , included in the algorithm presented above ) are : ( i ) the Coulomb corrections which play an important role in elastic scattering from nuclei of

... corrections to be discussed ( although they are , in principle , included in the algorithm presented above ) are : ( i ) the Coulomb corrections which play an important role in elastic scattering from nuclei of

**charged**hadrons ... Page 19

This last expression is the Coulomb phase shift produced by a point

This last expression is the Coulomb phase shift produced by a point

**charge**. ... But we do know the analytic expression for the Coulomb scattering amplitude of point - like**charges**: where Mc ( P ) = ik · ƒ db 19.### What people are saying - Write a review

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