## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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Hence the formula ( 3.2 ) sums over all intermediate

Hence the formula ( 3.2 ) sums over all intermediate

**excited**states . For instance , the above contribution gives : ALL POSSIBLE**EXCITED**STATES Suppose we reject the intermediate**excited**states and take only the ground state as a ... Page 14

When R60 we in fact remove all the intermediate

When R60 we in fact remove all the intermediate

**excited**states already mentioned : In this case THE PROCESSES : ARE NEGLIGIBLE , AND THE PROCESSES : DOMINATE Having written down the formula ( 3.2 ) this ... Page 18

But as long as we construct the profiles of the target nucleus from profiles of elastic scattering , the processes like the one shown in figure 7 ( with

But as long as we construct the profiles of the target nucleus from profiles of elastic scattering , the processes like the one shown in figure 7 ( with

**excited**states of the projectile present at intermediate steps ) are excluded . Page 62

It introduces " democracy ” among all physical states and treats the ground state of the incident particle on the same footing as the

It introduces " democracy ” among all physical states and treats the ground state of the incident particle on the same footing as the

**excited**states . This makes good sense if one believes ( following Good and Walker [ 23 ] ) that in ... Page 65

We want to keep the “ one step " production model , hence we assume the incident particle ground state | 1 ) to be “ well separated ” from a set of

We want to keep the “ one step " production model , hence we assume the incident particle ground state | 1 ) to be “ well separated ” from a set of

**excited**states | m ) from which the system | 2 ) emerges .### What people are saying - Write a review

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