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... O PROD ) it follows that the measurements of otot may be a good way of finding out whether the inelastic shadowing ( or inelastic screening ) corrections are important at very high energies : If one

... O PROD ) it follows that the measurements of otot may be a good way of finding out whether the inelastic shadowing ( or inelastic screening ) corrections are important at very high energies : If one

**computed**o tot from the Glauber ... Page 19

In order to

In order to

**compute**the amplitude one has to bear in mind that at large b , xc ( b ) behaves like a Coulomb phase shift produced by a point charge and hence diverges logarithmically . But we do know the analytic expression for the ... Page 20

... exp ( ix ( 6 ) ) ( 1– r ( 6 ) ) ] . с 0 P This last integral has no divergences anymore ( although xe ( b ) and xc ( 6 ) both diverge logarithmically at large b ) . In general x6 ( 6 ) has to be

... exp ( ix ( 6 ) ) ( 1– r ( 6 ) ) ] . с 0 P This last integral has no divergences anymore ( although xe ( b ) and xc ( 6 ) both diverge logarithmically at large b ) . In general x6 ( 6 ) has to be

**computed**numerically Ze2 PA ( r ) ! Page 23

SA ) = exp ( iA.r ) m ' ( A ; si ' ... sa ' ) ( 3.8 ) Then we can

SA ) = exp ( iA.r ) m ' ( A ; si ' ... sa ' ) ( 3.8 ) Then we can

**compute**the correction factor to M = ( M ( A ; 81 ... SA ) ) assuming the wave function to be in the form of a product of the c.m. wave function and the internal wave ... Page 27

In the standard Glauber model , it is enough to have p ( s ) = 8 dz o * ( s , z ) $ ( 3 , 2 ) to

In the standard Glauber model , it is enough to have p ( s ) = 8 dz o * ( s , z ) $ ( 3 , 2 ) to

**compute**the cross section . Suppose there is some deformation in the final state : 00 * ( s , 2 ) +00 ' * ( A , S , 2 ) * ( one can assume ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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