## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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The common features of all these processes are emphasized throughout the article : The

The common features of all these processes are emphasized throughout the article : The

**multiple scattering**and shadowing processes inside of the target nuclei . An effort is made to develop a unified way of treating nuclear interactions ... Page 2

So , the crucial point in our discussion is an understanding of a

So , the crucial point in our discussion is an understanding of a

**multiple scattering**process of strongly interacting particles inside of nuclear matter ( or more generally : just a**multiple scattering**process with forces strong enough ... Page 4

The amplitude for the particle to scatter from k to k ' is : M ( k ' , k ) = - ≈ m 2π m 2π d3r exp ( -ik ' • r ) V ... The most complete analysis one can perform is presumably to employ the Watson

The amplitude for the particle to scatter from k to k ' is : M ( k ' , k ) = - ≈ m 2π m 2π d3r exp ( -ik ' • r ) V ... The most complete analysis one can perform is presumably to employ the Watson

**multiple scattering**theory , but we ... Page 21

( b ) which is equivalent to our

( b ) which is equivalent to our

**multiple scattering**description ) . - 00 = From this expression ( 3.7 ) one can see that the interplay of xc ( b ) and § ( b ) is , in this optical limit , determined by the size and sign of an and a ,. Page 24

Then the elastic scattering amplitude ( with the c.m. motion correction included ) reads M ( A ) = ik ( R2 + 2a ) exp ... ( R2 + 20 ) a3 ] 4A ( -1 ) +1 j ( R2 + 2a ) 2π 4j Many general features of the

Then the elastic scattering amplitude ( with the c.m. motion correction included ) reads M ( A ) = ik ( R2 + 2a ) exp ... ( R2 + 20 ) a3 ] 4A ( -1 ) +1 j ( R2 + 2a ) 2π 4j Many general features of the

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