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

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... - tering amplitude . The

... - tering amplitude . The

**expression**1 - eix ; ( b ) = y ; ( b ) is called the profile of the jth nucleon , incident particle collision . Assuming x ( b ) = = Σx ; ( b - s ; ) and assuming that the particle goes through the target so 2. Page 5

... we end up with an

... we end up with an

**expression**which is virtually the same as in the case of the Schrödinger equation : a ( -i + ev ) p = 0 dz whose solution ❤ = u ( k ) exp k ) exp ( -ie [ ' _ da'V ( b , a ' ) ) 00 gives where u ( k ) is a four - 5. Page 15

... the particle gets removed from the incident beam is 1— | 1 — y ( b ) | 2 = 2 Rey ( b ) ( b ) 2 ( at the impact parameter b ) . Notice that here we use the same

... the particle gets removed from the incident beam is 1— | 1 — y ( b ) | 2 = 2 Rey ( b ) ( b ) 2 ( at the impact parameter b ) . Notice that here we use the same

**expression**as in the following paragraphs : we identify 1–7 with y 15. Page 19

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**expression**x . = Σ ; x ;. ) . This assumption is , of course , obvious in potential scattering . 1 x ( b ) ¦ = - • + ∞ 00 dz [ V . ( b , z ) + V . ( b , z ) ] = x . ( b ) + xc ( b ) db bJo ( Ab ) { 1— exp [ i ( x . ( b ) + x . ( b ) ... Page 20

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**expression**for the complete amplitude by adding and subtracting a Coulomb point charge amplitude : M = ik = 00 db bJ , ( Ab ) [ 1 − exp ( ix . ” ( b ) ) ] + ik [ * db bJo ( Ab ) exp [ ix . ” ( b ) + ix . ( b ) ] · Mc ( P ) + ik 5 00 0 ...### Common terms and phrases

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