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

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**corrections**to be discussed ( although they are , in principle , included in the algorithm presented above ) are : ( i ) the Coulomb**corrections**which play an important role in elastic scattering from nuclei of charged hadrons , and ... Page 19

Wiesław Czyż. Let us consider first the Coulomb

Wiesław Czyż. Let us consider first the Coulomb

**corrections**for heavy nuclei . One can , in principle , use the individual amplitudes which have Coulomb interactions built into them ( this very tedious cal- culation has been done , e.g. ... Page 22

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**corrections**insignificant in do DT / do . How important are the details of the target nucleus wave function ? Not very important . The most important are general characteristics : density distributions ( hence possible deformations ) ... Page 23

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**correction**factor to M = ( M ( △ ; 81 ... SA ) ) assuming the wave function to be in the form of a product of the ...**corrected**amplitude . ( 3.9 ) Hence if we can factor out the c.m. wave function 23. Page 24

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**correction**factor : ( R ( r ) | exp ( i △ · r ) | R ( r ) ) −1 . This can be done explicitly in the case of oscillator potential wave functions ( this is partly the reason why they are so popular ! ) . There ® ( r ) = ( A / π3R6 ) 1/4 ...### Common terms and phrases

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