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

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**mass**of the particle . Note that eq ( 2.6 ) gives the same relation between magnetic moment and spin when x = 1 ! So , in both Examples , when к and ĩ are chosen to make eq ( 2.7 ) valid , the spin states decouple in the high energy ... Page 23

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**mass**. Take , for example , a deuteron : here taking into account the c.m. motion is trivially accom- plished by using the wave functions of the relative motion , ø ( r ) . + R For example , the elastic scattering amplitude is M ( A ) ... Page 31

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**masses**, and thus can be considered as a two component degenerate system . When left in empty space , however , both Ko and Ko , decay weakly with two different lifetimes as if they were made up of two different particles , which is ... Page 35

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**masses**differ . This fact may introduce some important corrections at low energies . But in the limit of very high energies and small momentum transfer , all such effects dis- appear . Let us take , e.g. , two such states and give them ... Page 41

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**mass**of the n- system : Mnr2 = ( √ẞ2w2 + p12 + mn2 + √ ( 1 − ẞ ) 2w2 + p12 + m , 2 ) 2 - ( p1 - p1 ) 2 - ( Bw + ( 1 − ẞ ) w ) 2 843 1 B ( 1-8 ) [ p12 + m , 2 ( 1 − ß ) + m‚2ß ] , and the four - momentum transfers : -tpm , 2 + B ...### Common terms and phrases

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