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

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**example**of the role of nuclear targets . One observed also excitations of specific nuclear levels by high energy hadrons [ 1 , 2 ] . This opens a possibility [ 2 ] of selecting diffrac- tive productions with nuclear levels as their ... Page 4

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**examples**in which it breaks down .**Examples Example**1. Dirac particle with anomalous magnetic moment in a given electromagnetic static field ( notation from Bjorken and Drell [ S7 ] ) : iv - eA- ке ( i - c + Fm ) = 0 , 4m where y ° A ... Page 9

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**Example**1 ) . So , from this point of view , the cases κ = 0 of**Example**1 and x = 0 of**Example**2 are analogous , and , as we know , in the first case the spin channels decouple in the high energy limit whereas in the second case they do ... Page 10

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**Examples**1 and 2 warn us that if the strong inter- actions are mediated through vector fields ( analogous to the electromagnetic field ) one can expect the " principle of additivity of phase shifts " to be violated . 3. Elastic ... Page 12

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**examples**of scattering of relativistic particles from external electromagnetic fields that " internal structure " ( in these cases the internal spin quantum numbers + anomalous magnetic moment ) breaks down the " ansatz " of additivity ...### Common terms and phrases

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