## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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One can also use some arguments based on approximate solutions of the wave

One can also use some arguments based on approximate solutions of the wave

**equation**of the incident particle interacting through potentials with the target particles . For instance , in the case of the Schrödinger**equation**Ex = ( f ? Page 4

Take a tig.7 - eVgo + Y2KowFw » — m ) = 0 0 1 and multiply it by yo : yo = B = ( cVx live - P -m x = ( - ) -C ] Come --8m ) * α to get 0 - 1 0 0 მ . tia.v - eV + 372KowFwv — Bm = 0 . at This

Take a tig.7 - eVgo + Y2KowFw » — m ) = 0 0 1 and multiply it by yo : yo = B = ( cVx live - P -m x = ( - ) -C ] Come --8m ) * α to get 0 - 1 0 0 მ . tia.v - eV + 372KowFwv — Bm = 0 . at This

**equation**was worked out in ref . [ 8 ] . Page 5

Inserting this into the Dirac

Inserting this into the Dirac

**equation**and noting a -i qiExp = EeiExp + eie : eizp дz ( -1 ) ♡ we get Əz E ( 1 - a3 ) o = [ - ia : v + Bm - KB ( D.B - ia E ) + eV ] . ( 2.3 ) Hence , in the limit Ewe have to have ( 1 - a3 ) 6-0 , ( 1 + ... Page 6

Let us consider this case in more detail . a From the

Let us consider this case in more detail . a From the

**equation**-2 + eV – KB ( 2. • B1 - ia . • E ) = 0 we can eliminate the ' trivial tek az [: - ) ] = dependence on V by substituting y dz'V ( x y , z ) R = Fexp ( -ie | « V ( 2 ... Page 9

When ñ = 0 the

When ñ = 0 the

**equations**of motion of such a particle are the so - called Proca**equations**. If , however , k # 0 some additional terms appear ( as in the case of the Dirac**equation**with anomalous magnetic moment ) .### What people are saying - Write a review

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