## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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... the initial and

... the initial and

**final**wave functions of the target nucleus . One can produce many arguments which make this important formula plausible . One can use , e.g. , an optical description of attenuation of a wave penetrating a medium . Page 27

Without going into any explanation of this discrepancy , let us emphasize the following point : It is important to realize that when we use the same internal wave function in the initial and

Without going into any explanation of this discrepancy , let us emphasize the following point : It is important to realize that when we use the same internal wave function in the initial and

**final**states , we exclude , by doing this ... Page 33

... ik and an analogous expression for Ko , where + pemel ) -- [ * [ 1+ exp ( = ' ) ) " ] رام Pn.p ( = po dz -Rn , Chip The

... ik and an analogous expression for Ko , where + pemel ) -- [ * [ 1+ exp ( = ' ) ) " ] رام Pn.p ( = po dz -Rn , Chip The

**final**formula is 1 ik Mkl - Kso | ab exp ( ia.b ) { exp [ ixx • ( b ) ] – exp [ ixxo ( b ) ] } . ( b ) ] } . Page 35

Then their energies differ : > M2 - M * E - E * = Vp ? + M2- Vpa + M * 2 2p p large 4 ( The only important thing in these approximations is to have very large longitudinal momenta in the initial and

Then their energies differ : > M2 - M * E - E * = Vp ? + M2- Vpa + M * 2 2p p large 4 ( The only important thing in these approximations is to have very large longitudinal momenta in the initial and

**final**states . ) ... Page 36

T P

T P

**Final**state : nta = + = d , ** | ñ ) + d2an 17 ) . ñ small admixture In the sense given earlier in these notes , for the purpose of describing elastic scattering we have approximately ( compare eq ( 4.4 ) ) = a p = p * + pTp .### What people are saying - Write a review

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