## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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

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

... a1 and a2 generated by two sources of the elec- tromagnetic field ( at two different positions ) are , in general , noncommuting operators and there is no way of adding phase shifts ( or , equivalently , multiplying

... a1 and a2 generated by two sources of the elec- tromagnetic field ( at two different positions ) are , in general , noncommuting operators and there is no way of adding phase shifts ( or , equivalently , multiplying

**profiles**) . Page 11

2rik When the incident wave already has a

2rik When the incident wave already has a

**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 ) . Page 12

... problem because there are experimental pro- jects under way ) . The geometry of the process is shown in figure 3 . 255 O A COMPONENTS ( b ) ( 0 ) O B COMPONENTS The

... problem because there are experimental pro- jects under way ) . The geometry of the process is shown in figure 3 . 255 O A COMPONENTS ( b ) ( 0 ) O B COMPONENTS The

**profile**describing the collision of two elements is : Yjk ( b ... Page 15

... η = Ξηι . Optical theorem and unitarity Let us first consider the " elementary " collisions ( whose scattering amplitude is determined by the

... η = Ξηι . Optical theorem and unitarity Let us first consider the " elementary " collisions ( whose scattering amplitude is determined by the

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