## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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The

The

**expression**1- eix ; ( b ) = Yi ( 6 ) is called the profile of the jth nucleon , incident particle collision . Assuming x ( b ) = Ï xi ( b - 8 ; ) ) and assuming that the particle goes through the target so. Page 5

Thus , finally , we find a [ -ig + eV – KB ( 21 • B. - ia • El ) p = 0 . ( = . ( 2.4 ) дz So , if the anamalous magnetic moment K = 0 , we end up with an

Thus , finally , we find a [ -ig + eV – KB ( 21 • B. - ia • El ) p = 0 . ( = . ( 2.4 ) дz So , if the anamalous magnetic moment K = 0 , we end up with an

**expression**which is virtually the same as in the case of the Schrödinger equation ... Page 15

Hence , the probability that the particle gets removed from the incident beam is 1-11 - ( 6 ) 12 = 2 Rey ( 6 ) – 10 ( 6 ) | 2 ( at the impact parameter b ) . Notice that here we use the same

Hence , the probability that the particle gets removed from the incident beam is 1-11 - ( 6 ) 12 = 2 Rey ( 6 ) – 10 ( 6 ) | 2 ( at the impact parameter b ) . Notice that here we use the same

**expression**as - in the following paragraphs ... Page 19

... the strong interaction phase shift ( xa , the phase shift we would get if the Coulomb interactions were switched off ; for x . we have the

... the strong interaction phase shift ( xa , the phase shift we would get if the Coulomb interactions were switched off ; for x . we have the

**expression**x : = Eixi ) . This assumption is , of course , obvious in potential scattering . Page 20

( 120 ) n exp [ -in In ( 42 / 4k2 ) ] e2100 Ao / 2k where n = Ze / v , = 0o = arg 1 ( 1 + in ) . and hence we get the convergent

( 120 ) n exp [ -in In ( 42 / 4k2 ) ] e2100 Ao / 2k where n = Ze / v , = 0o = arg 1 ( 1 + in ) . and hence we get the convergent

**expression**for the complete amplitude by adding and subtracting a Coulomb point charge amplitude : M = ik ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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