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

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**phase shifts**. 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 ... Page 6

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**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 - i Əz :) ] + eV - Kẞ ( Σ1 · В1 - iα · E ) = 0 we can ... Page 7

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**phase shifts**( or , equivalently , multiplying profiles ) . We can also see that the physical reason for this phenomenon is the coupling between different spin states produced by the term K ( 81.B1 - id1 E102 ) . So , we have to deal ... Page 8

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**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 -i- dz = ax . We have to diagonalize the matrix of eq ( 2.5 ) ( compare ref . [ 8 ] ... Page 9

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**phase shifts**" is also violated . Let us consider a vector particle ( hence a very relevant kind of particle to our ...**phase shifts**only in the case = 1 . 2. In all the other cases ( including = 0 ) , there is no additivity of phase ...### Common terms and phrases

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