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

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**scattering**process of strongly interacting particles inside of nuclear matter ( or more generally : just a multiple ...**amplitude**fi ( 8 ) = it f deb exp ( i △ b ) ( 1 — eix¿ ( b ) ) , is shifted to the position of the jth nucleon : f ... Page 10

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**Elastic Scattering**of Hadrons from Nuclei Let us go back for a moment to scattering of incident particles whose ...**amplitude**as shown below , k2 = k22 + ky2 + k22 , 2 k2 = √ k2 — 82 , k2z kz- 822 2k2 As long as 82z / 2k21 , the z - 10. Page 12

... scattering of relativistic particles from external electromagnetic fields that " internal structure " ( in these ...

... scattering of relativistic particles from external electromagnetic fields that " internal structure " ( in these ...

**elastic scattering amplitude**is , therefore : dob exp ( i △ · b ) ƒ d3r ̧ ‹ • ...... . d3r ̧ ‹ « ) ... A ( a ) Jo d3r1 ... Page 14

... scattering data are available , but reliable calculations are very difficult because of the high spins involved ...

... scattering data are available , but reliable calculations are very difficult because of the high spins involved ...

**elastic scattering amplitude**of two composite objects whose hadronic matter distributions are given by pa ) ( s ( a ) ... Page 15

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**elastic scattering**hadron - hadron cross sections . ( ii ) predict diffractive structure ( e.g. , diffractive minima ) ...**amplitude**( 3.4 ) contains the geometric shape of the colliding objects ( e.g. , their transverse density ...### Common terms and phrases

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