## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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... we

... we

**present**the solution in the form ** ( x , y , z ) = eiks p ( x , y , z ) . x 2 If the potential is smooth enough ( so that second derivatives of y can be neglected ) , one can show that y satisfies the approximate equation 0p ( x ... Page 4

The most complete analysis one can perform is presumably to employ the Watson multiple scattering theory , but we shall not

The most complete analysis one can perform is presumably to employ the Watson multiple scattering theory , but we shall not

**present**it here . In fact it is amazing that ( 2.1 ) works so well . Even in the conceptually simplest cases of ... Page 8

In the case when only one Coulomb potential is

In the case when only one Coulomb potential is

**present**( hence B = 0 , but E + 0 ) , we have + M ( A ) ixt { D ) db exp ( ia.b ) [ 1 exp dzV ( b 2 ) ) Xin where ( -ie f * d = V < b , es + i1 S ** dz ... Page 18

But as long as we construct the profiles of the target nucleus from profiles of elastic scattering , the processes like the one shown in figure 7 ( with excited states of the projectile

But as long as we construct the profiles of the target nucleus from profiles of elastic scattering , the processes like the one shown in figure 7 ( with excited states of the projectile

**present**at intermediate steps ) are excluded . Page 22

[ 15 ] —the calculation was done with the Coulomb interactions

[ 15 ] —the calculation was done with the Coulomb interactions

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