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

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**physical**measurement ; coordinates that system with measurement systems of other nations ; and furnishes essential services leading to accurate and uniform**physical**measurements throughout the Nation's scientific community , industry ... Page 1

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**physical**situa- tions may occur which stem from the complexity of the target . For example , in the case of π - nucleus scattering in the region of the ( 3 , 3 ) resonance [ 5 , 6 ] one may hope to learn something about the nature of ... Page 7

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**physical**reason for this phenomenon is the coupling between different spin states produced by the term K ( 81.B1 - iỏ1 · E1σ2 ) . So , we have to deal with a coupled channels problem . We can also make the following remark : sometimes ... Page 16

... 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

... 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

Wiesław Czyż. split the second term into two

Wiesław Czyż. split the second term into two

**physically**different contributions : Sďb [ 2 Re ( r ) − | ( r ) [ ? ] = ƒ ďb [ ( r + r ) — | ( r ) | 2 ] = σDT + Sďb [ 2 Re ( r ) — ( r + r ) ] = σ PROD Interpretation The first contribution ...### Common terms and phrases

absorption additivity of phase anomalous magnetic moment Ãº approximately assume attenuation beam Bureau of Standards coherent diffractive production collision Compton scattering compute Coulomb interactions Czyż d³r db bJo db exp i▲·b deuteron diagonalization diffractive production processes diffractive scattering discussed double scattering elastic scattering amplitude electromagnetic equation example excited experiments factor Feynman diagrams formula four-momentum Glauber model hadrons Hence high energy limit incident particle incident wave inelastic shadowing Interactions of High invariant mass K mesons multiple scattering National Bureau neutrino neutrons ññ Note nuclear matter nuclear targets nuclei nucleon obtained optical theorem parameters phase shifts photon photoproduction of vector physical pion production amplitude profiles quantum numbers regeneration Řº shadowing effects single scattering spin strongly interacting target nucleus total cross section vector meson VMD model wave function Απ γν ΦΩ