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

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**incident particle**- target nucleon , some new physical situa- tions may occur which stem from the complexity of the target . For example , in the case of π - nucleus scattering in the region of the ( 3 , 3 ) resonance [ 5 , 6 ] one may ... Page 2

... particle scatters from a collection of A particles at very small angles ( in the Glauber model [ S1 ] ) . TARGET ...

... particle scatters from a collection of A particles at very small angles ( in the Glauber model [ S1 ] ) . TARGET ...

**incident particle**in laboratory frame A is the two - dimensional momentum transfer b is the impact parameter x ; ( b ) ... Page 3

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**incident particle**interacting through potentials with the target particles . For instance , in the case of the Schrödinger equation E ↓ = 2m • ( 22 + V ) v in the limit E → ∞ , 2 and for the**incident particle**moving along the z axis ... Page 7

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**incident particle**is responsible for the existence of more than one channel . For instance , the presence of an anomalous magnetic moment can be looked upon as a mark of " compositeness . " Suppose Anm ( F , F1 , ... ... ... , r ^ ) = Ĉ ... Page 10

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**incident particles**whose internal structure one can neglect ( in particular the internal quantum numbers can be neglected ) . Let us start with just one scatterer : TARGET SHADOW 2 = 0 The incident wave : ekz . The wave immediately ...### Common terms and phrases

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