## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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2m 3 Ay + ky = Vy , ha v = eikap ( x , y , z ) , 32 a2 26 Ay = eika + მი P ( x , y , z ) — kļeikzp + 2ikeikz az ar ? ду ? teika aze ' hence , neglecting second derivatives of y , we

2m 3 Ay + ky = Vy , ha v = eikap ( x , y , z ) , 32 a2 26 Ay = eika + მი P ( x , y , z ) — kļeikzp + 2ikeikz az ar ? ду ? teika aze ' hence , neglecting second derivatives of y , we

**obtain**the following equation for : до 2ikeikz az 2m ... Page 4

There are many simplifications made in

There are many simplifications made in

**obtaining**the fundamental formula ( 2.1 ) ; the reliability of this formula is of primary importance . The most complete analysis one can perform is presumably to employ the Watson multiple ... Page 11

We can then estimate the " healing " length , L , of the shadow : L 31 , 2ka2 LS 2ka ” ; for a = 1 fm , k = 10 GeV we

We can then estimate the " healing " length , L , of the shadow : L 31 , 2ka2 LS 2ka ” ; for a = 1 fm , k = 10 GeV we

**obtain**2ka ? = 2X10 GeV X 25 GeV - 2 = 100 fm . = e Note that ( 3.1 ) gives , as ro , ( compare D. R. Yennie article ... Page 21

The densities pn ( b ) , pp ( 6 ) were

The densities pn ( b ) , pp ( 6 ) were

**obtained**by integrating pr ) over z . The parameters of x . ( b ) were taken from proton - nucleon scattering cross sections . For an = Qp = -0.33 , On = 0 , = 38.9 mb ( these parameters are ... Page 30

( 4.2 ) 7 We have

( 4.2 ) 7 We have

**obtained**the result completely analogous to the one**obtained**for the optical diffractive production : for itj the production amplitude is proportional to the difference in absorptions of the i , j components .### What people are saying - Write a review

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