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

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... მ 22 hence , neglecting second derivatives of , we

... მ 22 hence , neglecting second derivatives of , we

**obtain**the following equation for 4 : 2ikeika = 24 2m dz h2 Veikzy , 24 - dz = 214 Ve where we have used p = kh , v = Р m The amplitude for the particle to scatter from k to 3. Page 4

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**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 scattering theory , but we shall not present ... Page 11

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**obtain**2ka2 = 2X10 GeVX25 GeV - 2 = 100 fm . Note that ( 3.1 ) gives , as r → ∞ , ( compare D. R. Yennie article in [ S3 ] ) ¥ ( r ) = eik2 + [ ƒ ( ke1 ) / r ] exp ( ikr ) , ( e = component of re2 ) , with f ( ke ) correctly given by ... Page 21

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**obtained**by integrating p ( r ) over z . The parameters of x . ( b ) were taken from proton - nucleon scat- tering cross sections . For an ap = -0.33 , σn = 0 , = 38.9 mb ( these parameters are resonable for ~ 20 GeV protons ) , one ... Page 30

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**obtained**the result completely analogous to the one**obtained**for the optical diffractive production : for ij the production amplitude is proportional to the difference in absorptions of the i , j components . This is a very general ...### Common terms and phrases

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