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

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**spin**states produced by the term K ( 81.B1 - iỏ1 · E1σ2 ) . So , we have to deal with a coupled channels problem . We can also make the following remark : sometimes coupled channels can be decoupled by diagonalization . A remark about ... Page 9

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**spin**channels decouple in the high energy limit whereas in the second case they do not . K One may ask oneself a question : is there any simple way of telling which values of x and x result in decoupling of various**spin**states in the ... Page 10

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**spin**) precesses with frequency M ωρ = B S = e -- m B. So eq ( 2.7 ) makes these two frequencies equal . But that means that the projection of the**spin**on the direction of particle velocity is a constant of the motion . Hence in this ... Page 12

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**spin**quantum numbers + anomalous magnetic moment ) breaks down the " ansatz " of additivity of phase shifts . We can also have a look at this problem from the point of view of a Glauber - like description of scattering of two composite ... Page 14

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**spins**involved . Nevertheless , there exist some calculations [ S1 ] and there seems to be reasonable agreement between theory and experiment . But we shall talk about comparison with experiment at other occasions . Some special cases ...### Common terms and phrases

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