## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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... one still hopes to be able to learn something new , for example about short range nucleon correlation functions in target nuclei or about the presence of resonances in nuclear

... one still hopes to be able to learn something new , for example about short range nucleon correlation functions in target nuclei or about the presence of resonances in nuclear

**ground**states [ 3 , 4 ] —just to name two problems . Page 12

... functions of ( a ) and ( b ) in the form of products of single particle wave functions . Let us assume also that all particles have the same single particle wave functions . The

... functions of ( a ) and ( b ) in the form of products of single particle wave functions . Let us assume also that all particles have the same single particle wave functions . The

**ground**state wave functions are : А \ ( e ) = II co ... Page 13

... the above contribution gives : ALL POSSIBLE EXCITED STATES Suppose we reject the intermediate excited states and take only the

... the above contribution gives : ALL POSSIBLE EXCITED STATES Suppose we reject the intermediate excited states and take only the

**ground**state as a possible intermediate state ( this is the way to eliminate all channels but one ) . Page 22

For heavy nuclei there are virtually no experiments with good enough resolution to have only pure elastic scattering ( in which the target nucleus stays in the

For heavy nuclei there are virtually no experiments with good enough resolution to have only pure elastic scattering ( in which the target nucleus stays in the

**ground**state ) . In order to have a genuine elastic scattering one would ... Page 24

An illustrative example : the

An illustrative example : the

**ground**state wave function is a Gaussian [ 19 ] . The**ground**state densities and the elementary amplitudes are taken in the form | Vol ?### What people are saying - Write a review

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