## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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It is enough to observe that in Example 1 for k = 0 , the relation between the magnetic moment M and spin S is = les M ( 2.7 ) m where e is the charge and m the

It is enough to observe that in Example 1 for k = 0 , the relation between the magnetic moment M and spin S is = les M ( 2.7 ) m where e is the charge and m the

**mass**of the particle . Note that eq ( 2.6 ) gives the same relation between ... Page 23

When we want to discuss light nuclei we have to consider carefully the motion of the center of

When we want to discuss light nuclei we have to consider carefully the motion of the center of

**mass**. Take , for example , a deuteron : here taking into account the c.m. motion is trivially accomplished by using the wave functions of ... Page 31

which have the same

which have the same

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

Generalizing to Other Diffractive Production ( and Excitation ) Processes First of all , the components of the incident and the produced states are , in general , not degenerate : their invariant

Generalizing to Other Diffractive Production ( and Excitation ) Processes First of all , the components of the incident and the produced states are , in general , not degenerate : their invariant

**masses**differ . This fact may introduce ... Page 41

One can compute similarly the invariant

One can compute similarly the invariant

**mass**of the n - system : Mnr * ' = ( VB ? w2 + p + + mn ? + V ( 1 - B ) ? w + p ?? + m72 ) 2- ( pı - p + ) 2- ( Bw + ( 1 - B ) w ) ? 1 [ p_a + m ,? ( 1-1 ) + m728 ] , B ( 1 - B ) and the four ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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