## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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**Hadrons**- Scattering . I. Title . II . Series : United States . National Bureau of Standards . Monograph 139 . QC100.U556 No. 139 ( QC794.8.15 ) 389'.08s ( 539.7'6 ] 74/13725 National Bureau of Standards Monograph 139 Nat . Bur . Page 1

Special attention is paid to the interaction of high energy

Special attention is paid to the interaction of high energy

**hadrons**and photons . ... An effort is made to develop a unified way of treating nuclear interactions of particles which are either**hadrons**or exhibit some**hadronic**components ... Page 10

Elastic Scattering of

Elastic Scattering of

**Hadrons**from Nuclei Let us go back for a moment to scattering of incident particles whose internal structure one can neglect in particular the internal quantum numbers can be neglected ) . Page 14

Some special cases of formula ( 3.2 ) were also employed to describe

Some special cases of formula ( 3.2 ) were also employed to describe

**hadron**-**hadron**scattering in the high energy limit . ... If one assumes that y ( 6 ) is a very narrow function of b ( hence the components of the two**hadrons**are very ... Page 15

If we accept that the densities of

If we accept that the densities of

**hadronic**matter are the same as charge densities , F ( a ) , F ( b ) are the F charge form factors of the colliding**hadrons**. This formula was used successfully to : ( i ) reproduce the proton charge ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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