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

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**fact**it is amazing that ( 2.1 ) works so well . Even in the conceptually simplest cases of rela- tivistic potential scattering one can give examples in which it breaks down . Examples Example 1. Dirac particle with anomalous magnetic ... Page 6

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**fact**a system of first order differential equations for two unknown functions ( the two components of the spinor x ) . Call In general a ( x , y , z ) = K ( 81.B1 - io1 E10 ) . [ a ( x , y , z ) , A ( x , y , z ′ ) ] # 0 . Hence we have ... Page 14

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**fact**remove all the intermediate excited states already mentioned : In this case THE PROCESSES : THE PROCESSES : ARE NEGLIGIBLE , AND @ DOMINATE Having written down the formula ( 3.2 ) this is a good place to discuss it a little further ... Page 18

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**fact**this is one of the very important questions to be answered by the very high energy experiments of the future : how much cross section goes into diffractive production processes . ) ( ii ) Nondiffractive processes are presumably not ... Page 22

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**fact**that while do ... / dî is very strongly influenced by Coulomb interactions ( as we have seen ) , do DT / d is influenced very little . In order to make this**fact**more plausible , let us consider a collection of neutrons and protons ...### Common terms and phrases

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