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

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**deuteron**-**deuteron**scattering data are available , but reliable calculations are very difficult because of the high spins involved . Nevertheless , there exist some calculations [ S1 ] and there seems to be reasonable agreement between ... Page 23

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**deuteron**: here taking into account the c.m. motion is trivially accom- plished by using the wave functions of the relative motion , ø ( r ) . + R For example , the elastic scattering amplitude is M ( A ) = ik 2π db exp ( i △ · b ) ƒ ... Page 25

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**deuteron**target . A lot of attention was concentrated on the**deuteron**because it is a very important testing ground for multiple scattering theories ( or models ) . ( i ) In experiments ( compare**deuteron**data contained in [ S1 ] ... Page 26

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**deuteron**ground state ) . Let us discuss this effect in more detail . The ground state**deuteron**wave function is : Pm ( r ) = ( 4π ) -1 / 2-1 [ u ( r ) + 8-1 / 2 S12W ( r ) Jx1.m where u ( r ) and w ( r ) are the radial S and D ... Page 27

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**deuteron**example . In the standard Glauber model , it is enough to have p ( s ) = √∞ dzó 。* ( s , z ) Þo ( s , z ) to compute the cross section . Suppose there is some deformation in the final state : Po * ( s , 2 ) → o ' * ( A , s ...### Common terms and phrases

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