## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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... OFFICE WASHINGTON : 1975 For sale by the Superintendent of Documents , U.S. Government Printing Office Washington , D.C. , 20402 - Price $ 1.35 Stock Number 0303-01317 Preface This monograph is based on lectures

... OFFICE WASHINGTON : 1975 For sale by the Superintendent of Documents , U.S. Government Printing Office Washington , D.C. , 20402 - Price $ 1.35 Stock Number 0303-01317 Preface This monograph is based on lectures

**given**by Dr. Page

Preface This monograph is based on lectures

Preface This monograph is based on lectures

**given**by Dr. Wiesław Czyż at the University of Virginia during the spring semester of 1973. They cover selected topics in the field of high energy diffractive scattering and production ... Page 1

Based on a series of lectures

Based on a series of lectures

**given**at Department of Physics , University of Virginia , during the spring semester 1973 . ** Guest worker of the National Bureau of Standards , Washington , D.C. ... Page 4

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 moment in a

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 moment in a

**given**... Page 10

In order to make the condition ( 2.7 ) more plausible , let us consider a charged particle with spin S and magnetic moment M

In order to make the condition ( 2.7 ) more plausible , let us consider a charged particle with spin S and magnetic moment M

**given**by ( 2.7 ) moving in an almost uniform magnetic field B. This particle follows a circular trajectory with ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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