## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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In fact it is amazing that ( 2.1 ) works so well . Even in the conceptually simplest cases of rela- tivistic potential scattering one can give examples in which it breaks down . Examples Example 1. Dirac particle with anomalous

In fact it is amazing that ( 2.1 ) works so well . Even in the conceptually simplest cases of rela- tivistic potential scattering one can give examples in which it breaks down . Examples Example 1. Dirac particle with anomalous

**magnetic**... Page 5

Əz ( 2.4 ) So , if the anamalous

Əz ( 2.4 ) So , if the anamalous

**magnetic**moment K = 0 , we end up with an expression which is virtually the same as in the case of the Schrödinger equation : a ( -i + ev ) p = 0 dz whose solution ❤ = u ... Page 7

For instance , the presence of an anomalous

For instance , the presence of an anomalous

**magnetic**moment can be looked upon as a mark of " compositeness . " Suppose Anm ( F , F1 , ... ... ... , r ^ ) = Ĉ q☺ ( r − r ; ) . j1 m Diagonalization should produce a diagonal matrix of ... Page 8

... than one scattering center if the Dirac particle has an anomalous

... than one scattering center if the Dirac particle has an anomalous

**magnetic**moment , K # 0 . Without going into any details of the calculation let us quote the results . In the case when only one Coulomb potential is present ( hence ... Page 9

Let us allow for our vector particle to have an arbitrary

Let us allow for our vector particle to have an arbitrary

**magnetic**moment and define the**magnetic**moment operator e M = ( 1 + x ) - s , 2m ( 2.6 ) ( S - spin operator ) , where i determines the value of the**magnetic**moment .### What people are saying - Write a review

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