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

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**parameter**x ; ( b ) is the phase shift which characterizes the incident particle - jth nucleon elastic scat- tering amplitude . The expression 1 - eix ; ( b ) = y ; ( b ) is called the profile of the jth nucleon , incident particle ... Page 14

... ( a ) ( s ( a ) ) y ( b − s ( b ) + s ( a ) ) p ( b ) ( s ( b ) ) = k where K is a free

... ( a ) ( s ( a ) ) y ( b − s ( b ) + s ( a ) ) p ( b ) ( s ( b ) ) = k where K is a free

**parameter**. 1 = ( 2x ) 2 √ dq exp ( −iq • b ) F ( a ) ( 9 ) Fo ( 9 ) , If we accept that the densities of hadronic matter are 14. Page 15

... that the particle gets removed from the incident beam is 1— | 1 — y ( b ) | 2 = 2 Rey ( b ) ( b ) 2 ( at the impact

... that the particle gets removed from the incident beam is 1— | 1 — y ( b ) | 2 = 2 Rey ( b ) ( b ) 2 ( at the impact

**parameter**b ) . Notice that here we use the same expression as in the following paragraphs : we identify 1–7 with y 15. Page 16

... 1-1- ( r ) 2 gives the probability ( at the impact

... 1-1- ( r ) 2 gives the probability ( at the impact

**parameter**b ) of losing the incident particle from the elastic channel . It is convenient however to split the second term into two physically different contributions : 16. Page 17

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**parameter**b≈ ( l + 1⁄2 ) / k with all nucleons frozen at the positions $ 1 , SA . .. • So , in our model there are three different contributions . OEL ONLY NUCLEONS APPEAR бот NEW PARTICLES ARE PRODUCED OPROD But as long as we ...### Common terms and phrases

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