## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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... ( b - s ; ) Weitz si sw ÎI Jeiks А j = 1 r ( b , sı ... 84 ) = 1- II ( 1 - y ; ( b - s ; ) ] . , 81 – b - s 2 j = 1 So , we get again the formulae of section 2 . The previous case dealt with an elementary

... ( b - s ; ) Weitz si sw ÎI Jeiks А j = 1 r ( b , sı ... 84 ) = 1- II ( 1 - y ; ( b - s ; ) ] . , 81 – b - s 2 j = 1 So , we get again the formulae of section 2 . The previous case dealt with an elementary

**object**scattering from 11. Page 12

The previous case dealt with an elementary

The previous case dealt with an elementary

**object**scattering from a composite**object**. ... We can also have a look at this problem from the point of view of a Glauber - like description of scattering of two composite**objects**. Page 14

Let the radii of the two composite

Let the radii of the two composite

**objects**be Ra and Ry . The calculations of ref . ... One can see this explicitly by replacing for ( b ) , 26 ) ( 8 ) ~ 8 ( 2 ) ( s ) ( then ( b ) is a point - like**object**) . When R60 we in fact remove ... Page 15

One should perhaps mention at this point that the amplitude ( 3.4 ) contains the geometric shape of the colliding

One should perhaps mention at this point that the amplitude ( 3.4 ) contains the geometric shape of the colliding

**objects**( e.g. , their transverse density distributions ) . If these geometric characteristics do not depend on energy ... Page 28

The nucleon and nuclear targets supplement each other because the nuclear medium amplifies the scattering of the produced

The nucleon and nuclear targets supplement each other because the nuclear medium amplifies the scattering of the produced

**objects**. The model of diffractive processes described below is based on : M. L. Good and W. D. Walker ( 1960 ) ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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