## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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V We can see that from the additivity of the potentials V = Σ V ;, = į Vi we recover additivity of

V We can see that from the additivity of the potentials V = Σ V ;, = į Vi we recover additivity of

**phase shifts**. There are many simplifications made in obtaining the fundamental formula ( 2.1 ) ; the reliability of this formula is of ... Page 6

... this case we also have additivity of

... this case we also have additivity of

**phase shifts**— hence the Glauber model : But when K + 0 the principle of additivity of**phase shifts**breaks down . Let us consider this case in more detail . a From the equation -2 + eV – KB ( 2. Page 7

In any case , the additivity principle is violated : Q , and Q2 generated by two sources of the electromagnetic field ( at two different positions ) are , in general , noncommuting operators and there is no way of adding

In any case , the additivity principle is violated : Q , and Q2 generated by two sources of the electromagnetic field ( at two different positions ) are , in general , noncommuting operators and there is no way of adding

**phase shifts**... Page 8

If it does not , there is no context in which one could talk about additivity of

If it does not , there is no context in which one could talk about additivity of

**phase shifts**. In general the additivity does not occur . Take , e.g. , pure Coulomb scattering ( B = 0 , V = Coulomb potential ) in eq ( 2.5 ) : ax ... Page 9

This is true , but one can give some other - though much more complex -- examples of scattering from a classical external field in which the principle of additivity of

This is true , but one can give some other - though much more complex -- examples of scattering from a classical external field in which the principle of additivity of

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