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

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**formula**plausible . One can use , e.g. , an optical description of attenuation of a wave penetrating a medium . One can also use some arguments based on approximate solutions of the wave equation of the incident particle interacting ... Page 4

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**formula**( 2.1 ) ; the reliability of this**formula**is of primary importance . The most complete analysis one can perform is presumably to employ the Watson multiple scattering theory , but we shall not present it here . In fact it is ... Page 12

... ( b − s , ® ) which is the profile for elastic scattering of ( b ) from the jth nucleon of ( a ) and a two - dimensional density p ( s ) : = میر 18 dz 40 * ( r ) o ( r ) . Then the additivity of phase shifts gives us the

... ( b − s , ® ) which is the profile for elastic scattering of ( b ) from the jth nucleon of ( a ) and a two - dimensional density p ( s ) : = میر 18 dz 40 * ( r ) o ( r ) . Then the additivity of phase shifts gives us the

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**formula**( 3.2 ) sums over all intermediate excited states . For instance , the above contribution gives : ALL POSSIBLE EXCITED STATES Suppose we reject the intermediate excited states and take only the ground state as a possible inter ... Page 14

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**formula**( 3.2 ) this is a good place to discuss it a little further . As we have already said , it would be very interesting to test formulae of the type ( 3.2 ) against some experi- mental data . There is , however , very little data ...### Common terms and phrases

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