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

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**field**of high energy diffractive scattering and production processes . In addition to reviewing some well - known material there is much here that is new , both in content and form of presentation . The material presented here is also ... Page 4

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**field**( notation from Bjorken and Drell [ S7 ] ) : iv - eA- ке ( i - c + Fm ) = 0 , 4m where y ° A ° -y . A , i ке ...**fields**( E , B ) in terms of which 1⁄2KoμF = -21⁄2K ( σ01 Ex + σ02E + 003 E2 ) where Σ = ( 023 , 31 , σ12 ) 023 ... Page 7

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**field**( at two different positions ) are , in general , noncommuting operators and there is no way of adding phase shifts ( or , equivalently , multiplying profiles ) . We can also see that the physical reason for this phenomenon is the ... Page 8

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**field**at two different points . Then 0 , \ i [ ( x − x1 ) + i ( y — yı ) ] , a = a1 + a2 = K Vi ( r- Ir - ri - ri D ) ' 0 , + K V2r - r2 ) | r - r2 | ---- \ i [ ( x − x2 ) + i ( y — Y2 ) ] , — i [ ( x − x1 ) — i ( y — iyı ) ] ) 0 — i [ ... Page 9

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**field**in which the " principle of additivity of phase shifts " is also violated . Let us consider a vector particle ( hence a very relevant kind of particle to our further analysis ) . Example 2. Scattering of a charged vector meson in ...### Common terms and phrases

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