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

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**equation**of the incident particle interacting through potentials with the target particles . For instance , in the case of the Schrödinger**equation**E ↓ = 2m • ( 22 + V ) v in the limit E → ∞ , 2 and for the incident particle moving ... Page 4

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**equation**was worked out in ref . [ 8 ] . We introduce the electric and magnetic fields ( E , B ) in terms of which 1⁄2KoμF = -21⁄2K ( σ01 Ex + σ02E + 003 E2 ) where Σ = ( 023 , 31 , σ12 ) 023 = [ ] + 21⁄2K ( 023B2 + 031By + 012B2 ) ... Page 5

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**equation**and noting · i eiE EeiEz + eEz a Əz = a - ❤ we get Əz ( E → ∞ ) . E ( 1 - α3 ) = [ - i a • ▽ + ßm - Kẞ ( Σ · B - ia E ) + eV ] ø . Hence , in the limit E → we have to have ( 1 - α3 ) -0 , ( 1 + α3 ) 24 . . ( 2.2 ) ( 2.3 ) ... Page 6

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**equation**for F : a − i —— F = Kß ( Σ 1 · B1 — îα1 • E1 ) F. Əz • F is a four spinor but we can reduce it to an**equation**for a two component spinor because F has to satisfy the relation So , F can be taken in the form ( 1 - α3 ) F = 0 ... Page 9

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**equations**of motion of such a particle are the so - called Proca**equations**. If , however , # 0 some additional terms appear ( as in the case of the Dirac**equation**with anomalous magnetic moment ) . With # 0 we have ( in the pseudo ...### Common terms and phrases

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