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

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**describing**the collision of two elements is : Yjk ( b − s¿ ( b ) + s , ( @ ) ) . For the sake of simplicity let us take the wave functions of ( a ) and ( b ) in the form of products of single particle wave functions . Let us assume ... Page 14

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**describe**hadron - hadron scattering in the high energy limit . For example , the limit when A and B become very large was considered [ 13 ] ( compare also [ 12 ] ) : lim M = A , B → ∞ ik 2π d2b exp ( i △ · b ) [ 1– e xp ( − AB ... Page 28

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**describe**diffractive production processes in very close analogy to diffractive dissociation phenomena which are well known in the case of systems where degeneracy exists . Let us start with an example taken from optics . Consider the ... Page 34

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**describing**the regeneration process K - K , we drew heavily on the known structure of K and K , ° : they are superpositions of K ° and Ko , whose elastic scattering from nucleons is reason- ably well known . 4.1 . Generalizing to Other ... Page 36

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**describing**elastic scattering we have approximately ( compare eq ( 4.4 ) ) The production amplitude is : p≈p , + p≈π + р . Msi = ( p | T | p ) d1o d1⁄2 TM ” + ( ññ | Т | ññ ) d1⁄2o d ̧ TM ” . Suppose the target is a nucleon , then ( p ...### Common terms and phrases

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