## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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For instance , we can extract from ( 3.2 ) the following

For instance , we can extract from ( 3.2 ) the following

**contribution**of the second order dør , Øço ) * ( 77 % ) yu ( b - 8,6 ) +5 . ( ) ) y21 ( b - 8,6 ) +32 ( ) ço ( ra ) ( ) - = / PorWdor ( 8 ) poca ) * ( ro ) yı ( b – 8,6 + 52 ... Page 14

So , the Chou & Yang [ 13 ] limit A , B looses all excited state

So , the Chou & Yang [ 13 ] limit A , B looses all excited state

**contributions**and becomes ( 3.4 ) . Equation ( 3.4 ) gives the well - known " droplet model " [ 13 ] elastic scattering amplitude of two composite objects whose hadronic ... Page 16

... 1-11- ( T ) | 2 gives the probability ( at the impact parameter b ) of losing the incident particle from the elastic channel . It is convenient however to split the second term into two physically different

... 1-11- ( T ) | 2 gives the probability ( at the impact parameter b ) of losing the incident particle from the elastic channel . It is convenient however to split the second term into two physically different

**contributions**: 16. Page 17

split the second term into two physically different

split the second term into two physically different

**contributions**: | < b [ 2 Re ( r ) – [ { r } / # ] = [ [ < r + r ) – 1 ( T ) | : ] = ODT + | dob [ 2 Re ( T ) – ( + r ) ] = O PROD = Interpretation The first**contribution**( opt ) comes ... Page 18

If this is so , then the three

If this is so , then the three

**contributions**to otot discussed above do approximately exhaust the list of processes contributing to elastic scattering . From our discussion of the components of otot ( oel , odt , O PROD ) it follows ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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