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

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**limit**E → we have to have V ~ EV ' where V ' is energy independent . Otherwise the**high energy**solution of the Schrödinger equation reduces to the Born approximation . 2m 3 A ¥ + k2 = = ᏙᎲ , h2 = eikap ( x , y , z ) , 22 a2 Ay = eikz ... Page 5

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**limit**E → we have to have ( 1 - α3 ) -0 , ( 1 + α3 ) 24 . . ( 2.2 ) ( 2.3 ) This is because the right - hand side of ( 2.3 ) does not contain the**energy**, E. We multiply eq ( 2.3 ) from the left by 12 ( 1 + as ) and get ( note that ( 1 ... Page 9

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**high energy limit**whereas in the second case they do not . K One may ask oneself a question : is there any simple way of telling which values of x and x result in decoupling of various spin states in the**high energy limit**? The answer ... Page 10

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**high energy limit**and for the gyromagnetic ratio g = 2 ( hence when ( 2.7 ) is valid because the definition of g is through the equation M = g ( e / 2m ) S ) the projection of the polarization on the direction of motion is constant ... Page 14

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**high energy limit**. For example , the limit when A and B become very large was considered [ 13 ] ( compare also [ 12 ] ) : lim M = A , B → ∞ ik 2π d2b exp ( i △ · b ) [ 1– e xp ( − AB [ - d2s « « > d2s « b ) p ( a ) ( s ( a ) ) y ...### Common terms and phrases

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