## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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... z ) , which

... z ) , which

**gives**i UkeitsS dzV ( x , y , 2 ' ) . V 2 Notice that to have scattering in the limit Eno we have to have V ~ EV ' where V ' is energy independent . Otherwise the high energy solution of the Schrödinger equation reduces ... Page 4

... Watson multiple scattering theory , but we shall not present it here . In fact it is amazing that ( 2.1 ) works so well . Even in the conceptually simplest cases of relativistic potential scattering one can

... Watson multiple scattering theory , but we shall not present it here . In fact it is amazing that ( 2.1 ) works so well . Even in the conceptually simplest cases of relativistic potential scattering one can

**give**examples in which it ... Page 5

0 k ) exp ( -10 ° 42'V ( 1,1 )

0 k ) exp ( -10 ° 42'V ( 1,1 )

**gives**v = u ( k ) exp ( ika. whose solution | y = u ( k ) exp dz b z e ( s ) dz 40 * ( r ) 5. Page 6

**gives**v = u ( k ) exp ( ika = ie « V ( 6,4 ) ) b x , 2 - dz'V - 0 where u ( k ) is a four - spinor . As M ( k ' , k ) m . S dort moeV ( b , 2 ) ų , where ysru ( k ' ) exp ( iEztia.b ) , we get > m too M ( k ' , k ) ū ( k ” ) you ( k ) ... Page 8

Because CXI - CX ) 1b we have [ Q ( x , y , z ) , Q ( x , y , z ' ) ] + 0 . A , One could argue that the coupling to the anomalous moment is weak and hence not very relevant . This is true , but one can

Because CXI - CX ) 1b we have [ Q ( x , y , z ) , Q ( x , y , z ' ) ] + 0 . A , One could argue that the coupling to the anomalous moment is weak and hence not very relevant . This is true , but one can

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