## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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We

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**introduce**the electric and magnetic fields ( E , B ) in terms of which Y2K0Fw = -2Y2K ( 001Ez + 002Ey + 003E2 ) + 212K ( 023B , + 031B , + 012B . ) V = -Kia.E + K2.B , where Σ = : ( 023 , 031 , , 012 ) ov 0 O ... Page 11

One can see this by shifting the origin of integration to kes : 6 = ke + ( we

One can see this by shifting the origin of integration to kes : 6 = ke + ( we

**introduce**a new variable q ) . Then 1 gr 2Vk2—82 + 8 • bękr2 k > and zaik c ** [ & q exp ( - 1 ) / ( ke If ( kes + q ) = f ( kes ) eitt 1 2nik eikt đʻq q ? r ... Page 22

Then , we would have dopt d22 ī N | fn ( A ) 12 + 218p ( A ) 12 . no screening One may suspect the following : If we

Then , we would have dopt d22 ī N | fn ( A ) 12 + 218p ( A ) 12 . no screening One may suspect the following : If we

**introduce**screening there will be , on the average , a certain fraction of nucleons inaccessible to the incident hadron ... Page 23

In the case of more complicated targets the situation is much more involved and often leads to some serious computational problems . Let us

In the case of more complicated targets the situation is much more involved and often leads to some serious computational problems . Let us

**introduce**the transverse component of the c.m. vector ... Page 24

One can write the general formula which takes into account the interdependence of internal coordinates by

One can write the general formula which takes into account the interdependence of internal coordinates by

**introducing**a Dirac o function into the amplitudes : ik M ( A ) ) [ 1 - yi ( b - s ; ) ( b - 8 , ) } } 21 j = S dạb exp ( ia.b ) s ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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