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

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**ground**states [ 3 , 4 ] -just to name two problems . ( c ) One may also hope that , in the cases where the scattering from a nucleus cannot be reduced to the " elementary amplitudes " of the incident particle - target nucleon , some new ... Page 12

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**ground**state wave functions are : A ( a ) = = Ĥ ço ( r ; ( a ) ) , B ¥ ( b ) = II ¢ o ( r¿ ( b ) ) , 2 ik M = 2T and the elastic scattering amplitude is , therefore : dob exp ( i △ · b ) ƒ d3r ̧ ‹ • ...... . d3r ̧ ‹ « ) ... A ( a ) Jo ... Page 13

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**ground**state as a possible inter- mediate state ( this is the way to eliminate all channels but one ) . Then each y ; can be averaged over r1 ( b ) : [ d3r , | 406 ) ( r , ) | 2 4 , ( b − s , ® + s , « ) = [ ď2s , p® ( 81 ) Y ; t ( b ... Page 22

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**ground**state ) . In order to have a genuine elastic scattering one would have to have an energy resolution AE a fraction of an MeV , which for E ~ 20 GeV is still inaccessible . Most experiments ( e.g. , CERN series - compare [ S1 ] ... Page 24

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**ground**state wave function is a Gaussian [ 19 ] . The**ground**state densities and the elementary amplitudes are taken in the form | ¥。| 2 = ÎÌ p ( r ' ; ) , f ( k ) = = j = 1 ( i + a ) ko 4π p ( r ) = po exp ( -r / R2 ) exp ( −11⁄2ad2 ) ...### Common terms and phrases

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