## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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An effort is made to develop a unified way of treating nuclear interactions of particles which are either hadrons or exhibit some hadronic

An effort is made to develop a unified way of treating nuclear interactions of particles which are either hadrons or exhibit some hadronic

**components**in such interactions . This article is divided into seven sections : ( 1 ) ... Page 5

Σεφ = βΣ , ( 1 - α ) φ + 0 ( 1 + az ) Bazy = Baz ( 1 - Q3 ) 6-0 , where the transverse

Σεφ = βΣ , ( 1 - α ) φ + 0 ( 1 + az ) Bazy = Baz ( 1 - Q3 ) 6-0 , where the transverse

**components**( in x , y plane ) are marked 1. Thus , finally , we find a [ -ig + eV – KB ( 21 • B. - ia • El ) p = 0 . ( = . Page 6

... it to an equation for a two

... it to an equation for a two

**component**spinor because F has to satisfy the relation ( 1-23 ) F = 0 , Az = [ . ... fact a system of first order differential equations for two unknown functions ( the two**components**of the spinor x ) . Page 11

... ( ei =

... ( ei =

**component**of rle , ) , with f ( ke . ) correctly given by the inverse of y ( b ) . One can see this by shifting the origin of integration to kes : 6 = ke + ( we introduce a new variable q ) . Then 1 gr 2Vk2—82 + 8 • bękr2 k ... Page 12

... nucleus collisions ( which is not an academic problem because there are experimental projects under way ) . The geometry of the process is shown in figure 3 . ܘ A

... nucleus collisions ( which is not an academic problem because there are experimental projects under way ) . The geometry of the process is shown in figure 3 . ܘ A

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