## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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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 . Page 4

Dirac particle with anomalous magnetic moment in a given electromagnetic static

Dirac particle with anomalous magnetic moment in a given electromagnetic static

**field**( notation from Bjorken and Drell [ 87 ] ) : ке iv( i - ex + „ Po m ) --- ix - Our = 0 , 4m ке where X = yoA - YA , i Our = 2 ( y wysyPmW ) . Page 7

In any case , the additivity principle is violated : Q , and Q2 generated by two sources of the electromagnetic

In any case , the additivity principle is violated : Q , and Q2 generated by two sources of the electromagnetic

**field**( at two different positions ) are , in general , noncommuting operators and there is no way of adding phase shifts ... Page 8

... 0 Note that since the z dependence is outside the spinor matrix this does commute at different z's : [ Q ( b , z ) , A ( 6,2 ' ) ] = 0 . Suppose , however , we have two sources of Coulomb

... 0 Note that since the z dependence is outside the spinor matrix this does commute at different z's : [ Q ( b , z ) , A ( 6,2 ' ) ] = 0 . Suppose , however , we have two sources of Coulomb

**field**at two different points . Page 9

This is true , but one can give some other - though much more complex -- examples of scattering from a classical external

This is true , but one can give some other - though much more complex -- examples of scattering from a classical external

**field**in which the principle of additivity of phase shifts " is also violated . Let us consider a vector particle ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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