## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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For the sake of simplicity let us take the wave functions of ( a ) and ( b ) in the form of products of

For the sake of simplicity let us take the wave functions of ( a ) and ( b ) in the form of products of

**single**particle wave functions . Let us assume also that all particles have the same**single**particle wave functions . Page 25

A geometrical picture of

A geometrical picture of

**single**- , double- , etc. scattering contributions is as follows : log / ml**Single**( positive ) Double ( negative ) Triple ( positive ) A2 ( ii ) With this picture it is easy to establish the existence of ... Page 26

... the ( mmm ' ) contributions are indeed the most important but they always lead to a sharp diffractive minimum : DEUTERON TARGET doel log

... the ( mmm ' ) contributions are indeed the most important but they always lead to a sharp diffractive minimum : DEUTERON TARGET doel log

**SINGLE**2 DA DOUBLE 10 But ( m | S12 | m ' ) # 0 in general ( also ( m | S12S12 | m ' ) + 0 ) . Page 38

This represents both

This represents both

**single**and double scattering of the n- a system This represents both**single**and double scattering of the n - t system . T - р P in which the diffractive elastic scattering occurs either before or after the ... Page 43

When the VMD model does reproduce the correct total photon - nucleon cross section the contribution given above is just a

When the VMD model does reproduce the correct total photon - nucleon cross section the contribution given above is just a

**single**scattering contribution of the multiple scattering of vector mesons and is properly taken care of by the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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