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

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**gives**მ ę ( x , y , z ) dz == i V ( x , y , z ) 4 ( x , y , z ) , V Yk≈eik z - dz'V ( x , y , z ′ ) . บ 81 2 Notice that to have scattering in the limit E → we have to have V ~ EV ' where V ' is energy independent . Otherwise the ... Page 4

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**give**examples in which it breaks down . Examples Example 1. Dirac particle with anomalous magnetic moment in a given electromagnetic static field ( notation from Bjorken and Drell [ S7 ] ) : iv - eA- ке ( i - c + Fm ) = 0 , 4m where y ... Page 5

... end up with an expression which is virtually the same as in the case of the Schrödinger equation : a ( -i + ev ) p = 0 dz whose solution ❤ = u ( k ) exp k ) exp ( -ie [ ' _ da'V ( b , a ' ) ) 00

... end up with an expression which is virtually the same as in the case of the Schrödinger equation : a ( -i + ev ) p = 0 dz whose solution ❤ = u ( k ) exp k ) exp ( -ie [ ' _ da'V ( b , a ' ) ) 00

**gives**where u ( k ) is a four - 5. Page 6

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**gives**where u ( k ) is a four - spinor . As M ( k ' , k ) == m ↓ = u ( k ) exp ( ikz - ie [ ' _ dz'V ( b , 2 ' ) ) , 22 [ d3rī svoеV ( b , 2 ) , where = u ( k ' ) exp ( iEz + iA . b ) , we get m f · .00 z ) 91x ( k ' , k ) ... Page 8

... Because we have 00 CX ) -CX ) [ a ( x , y , z ) , a ( x , y , z ′ ) ] # 0 . 81 ( A1 + A2 ) Xi One could argue that the coupling to the anomalous moment is weak and hence not very relevant . This is true , but one can

... Because we have 00 CX ) -CX ) [ a ( x , y , z ) , a ( x , y , z ′ ) ] # 0 . 81 ( A1 + A2 ) Xi 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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