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

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**components**in such interactions . This article is divided into seven sections : ( 1 ) Introduction , ( 2 ) Description of multiple scat- tering , ( 3 ) Elastic scattering of hadrons from nuclei , ( 4 ) Diffractive dissociation and ... Page 5

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**components**( in x , y plane ) are marked 1. Thus , finally , we find a + eV - Kß ( Σ1 · В1 — ¿ α · E ) | p = 0 . Əz ( 2.4 ) So , if the anamalous magnetic moment K = 0 , we end up with an expression which is virtually the same as in the ... Page 6

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**component**spinor because F has to satisfy the relation So , F can be taken in the form ( 1 - α3 ) F = 0 , a Χ F ...**components**of the spinor x ) . Call In general a ( x , y , z ) = K ( 81.B1 - io1 E10 ) . [ a ( x , y , z ) , A ( x ... Page 11

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**component**of re2 ) , with f ( ke ) correctly given by the inverse of y ( b ) . One can see this by shifting the origin of integra- tion to ke1 : Then and 1 8 = ke1 + q ( we introduce a new variable q ) . z√k2 - d2 + 8.b≈kr- 1 q2r 2 k ... Page 12

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**COMPONENTS**( b ) ( 0 ) O B**COMPONENTS**The profile describing the collision of two elements is : Yjk ( b − s¿ ( b ) + s , ( @ ) ) . For the sake of simplicity let us take the wave functions of ( a ) and ( b ) in the form of products of ...### Common terms and phrases

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