## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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Let us

Let us

**consider**this case in more detail . a From the equation - i Əz :) ] + eV - Kẞ ( Σ1 · В1 - iα · E ) = 0 we can eliminate the ' trivial ' dependence on V by substituting ❤ = f - F exp ( -ie [ ' _ dz'V ( z ... Page 9

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Let us

**consider**a vector particle ( hence a very relevant kind of particle to our further analysis ) . Example 2. Scattering of a charged vector meson in a static field ( we shall quote the results , for more details see refs . Page 10

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

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 14

Let us

Let us

**consider**some limiting cases of eq ( 3.2 ) ( compare ref . [ 12 ] ) . Let the radii of the two composite objects be R. and Rь . The calculations of ref . [ 12 ] show that the smaller is R , the nearer we are to the additivity of ... Page 15

... η = Ξηι . Optical theorem and unitarity Let us first

... η = Ξηι . Optical theorem and unitarity Let us first

**consider**the " elementary " collisions ( whose scattering amplitude is determined by the profile ( b ) ) . As the wave passes a scatterer it gets modified by a factor 1 - y ( b ) ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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