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

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**computed**σTOT from the Glauber model ( including all possible effects which the model allows for ) and then found a definite dis- crepancy with experimentally measured Tor - it would very strongly suggest the existence of inelastic ... Page 19

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**compute**the amplitude one has to bear in mind that at large b , x . ( 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 Coulomb ... Page 20

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**computed**numerically Ze2 Xc ( b ) = - v [ ** dz [ d3r ' PA ( ) | r - r ' | = where r ( b , z ) . Note that dz lim xa ( b ) = v Ze2 [ ** def d''PA ( 1 ) Hence , for large b , xc ( b ) → xc2 ( b ) and the integral for M converges . Let ... Page 23

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**compute**the correction factor to M = ( M ( △ ; 81 ... SA ) ) assuming the wave function to be in the form of a product of the c.m. wave function and the internal wave function . M = ( R ( r ) | exp ( i △ ⋅r ) | R ( r ) ) ( Þ 。( rı ... Page 27

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**compute**the cross section . Suppose there is some deformation in the final state : Po * ( s , 2 ) → o ' * ( A , s , z ) ( one can assume that the deformation is defined by the momentum transfer A ) . Then we should replace p ( 8 ) → I ...### Common terms and phrases

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