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

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**contribution**of the second order because [ d3r , ®po® • ( r , ® ) ¥ u ( b − s , ® + 81® ) ) 2ı ( b − 8 , +82 ) ) % ( rz ) = = ( b ) [ dar , ®d3r , ®'ço © ® * ( ri ) vu ( b − 8 ; ® + si® ) Σ ¢ „ ® ( r¿® ) ¢ „ 6 ) * ( rzb ) ' ) XY21 ... Page 14

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**contributions**and becomes ( 3.4 ) . Equation ( 3.4 ) gives the well - known " droplet model " [ 13 ] elastic scattering amplitude of two composite objects whose hadronic matter distributions are given by pa ) ( s ( a ) ) and p ( b ) ( s ... Page 16

... 1- ( r ) 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- ( r ) 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

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Wiesław Czyż. split the second term into two physically different

Wiesław Czyż. split the second term into two physically different

**contributions**: [ ď2b [ 2 Re ( r ) − | ( r ) | 2 ] = [ ď3b [ ( r + r ) — | ( r ) | 2 ] = σDT + [ db [ 2 Re ( r ) — ( r + r ) ] = σ PROD Interpretation The first**contribution**... Page 18

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**contributions**to aror discussed above do approximately exhaust the list of processes contributing to elastic scattering . From our discussion of the components of σTOT ( σel , σDT , σPROD ) it follows that the measure- ments of σror may ...### Common terms and phrases

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