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

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**cross section**( from the optical theorem ) which is energy independent . So , it seems to be difficult to reconcile this model with the recent evidence for the increase of the total hadron - proton**cross sections**at very high energies ... Page 17

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**cross section**at the impact parameter b≈ ( l + 1⁄2 ) / k with all nucleons frozen at the positions $ 1 , SA . .. • So , in our model there are three different contributions . OEL ONLY NUCLEONS APPEAR бот NEW PARTICLES ARE PRODUCED ... Page 18

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**cross section**is ~ 10 of elastic**cross section**) . ( In fact this is one of the very important questions to be answered by the very high energy experiments of the future : how much**cross section**goes into diffractive production ... Page 19

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**cross section**is doel do = | Im M2 + | Re M 2 . ( 3.6 ) ( b ) ( which is , as a rule , ( b ) because this is the The amplitude ( 3.6 ) has some simple properties which show that the Coulomb interaction may help us in learning about the ... Page 21

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**cross section**for scattering on either neutron or proton . ( Incidentally , one can define an optical potential — ( 1 / v ) ƒ ‰ dz Vopt ( b , z ) = x . ( b ) which is equivalent to our multiple scattering description ) . - 00 = From ...### Common terms and phrases

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