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

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**position**of the jth nucleon : f ; ( 8 ) = ik 11⁄2 / db exp ( i △ · b ) { 1— exp [ ix ; ( b − s ; ) ] } , where k is the momentum of the incident particle in laboratory frame A is the two - dimensional momentum transfer b is the impact ... Page 3

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**positions**, we get for the amplitude Mfi = ik 27 / d3rı dr ... ray , * ( r ... ra ) | bexp ( iA + b ) × { 1 - exp [ Σx ; ( b − j ; ) ] } ¥ , ( r1 . . . r △ ) ik = 27 db exp ( iA.b ) d [ dr ... ... d3rAY * 2π ادر where ; and Y , are ... Page 7

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**positions**) are , in general , noncommuting operators and there is no way of adding phase shifts ( or , equivalently , multiplying profiles ) . We can also see that the physical reason for this phenomenon is the coupling between ... Page 17

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**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 construct the profiles of the 17. Page 43

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**position**vectors of the nucleons in the target nucleus , it gives the following contribution to the total photon - nucleus cross section ( which is proportional to A ) : 4π Im MCOMPTON ( 0 ) = A k • 14 [ { N στ ( γρ ) + = στ ( γη A or ...### Common terms and phrases

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