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

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... amplitude . The expression 1 - eix ; ( b ) = y ; ( b ) is called the

... amplitude . The expression 1 - eix ; ( b ) = y ; ( b ) is called the

**profile**of the jth nucleon , incident particle collision . Assuming x ( b ) = = Σx ; ( b - s ; ) and assuming that the particle goes through the target so 2. Page 7

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**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 with a coupled channels problem . We can also ... Page 11

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**profile**different from unity we get : incident wave : transmitted wave : g ( x , y ) eikz z g ( x , y ) eik ( 1 - y ( x , y ) ) ( this is all under the assumption z « < L ) . Let us construct the " shape of the shadow " for a collection ... Page 12

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**profile**of the jth nucleon : 1 ; ( b ) = √ d2s16 ) ... B d2SÅ ( b ) II p ) ( 81 ) | 1- = 1 − ( 1 − ỹ ; ( b ) ) B , = - เ where we assumed all**profiles**to be identical and introduced B ï ; ( b ) = [ đ3rı ¢ o® ) * ( r , ® ) ¢ o® ( r ... Page 15

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**profile**( b ) ) . As the wave passes a scatterer it gets modified by a factor 1 - y ( b ) . Hence , the probability that the particle gets removed from the incident beam is 1— | 1 — y ( b ) | 2 = 2 Rey ( b ) ( b ) 2 ( at the impact ...### Common terms and phrases

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