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

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... Because we have 00 CX ) -CX ) [ a ( x , y , z ) , a ( x , y , z ′ ) ] # 0 . 81 ( A1 + A2 ) Xi One could argue that the coupling to the anomalous moment is

... Because we have 00 CX ) -CX ) [ a ( x , y , z ) , a ( x , y , z ′ ) ] # 0 . 81 ( A1 + A2 ) Xi One could argue that the coupling to the anomalous moment is

**weak**and hence not very relevant . This is true , but one can give some other 8. Page 18

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**weak**( at least at energies of a few GeV ) compared to elastic scattering processes ( the cross section is ~ 10 of elastic cross section ) . ( In fact this is one of the very important questions to be answered by the very high energy ... Page 30

... the same order of magnitude one does predict some characteristics of production processes from the knowledge of elastic scattering . Compare the end of this section . we accept that diffractive production processes are

... the same order of magnitude one does predict some characteristics of production processes from the knowledge of elastic scattering . Compare the end of this section . we accept that diffractive production processes are

**weak**compared to 30. Page 31

Wiesław Czyż. we accept that diffractive production processes are

Wiesław Czyż. we accept that diffractive production processes are

**weak**compared to elastic scattering . This may mean that the transformation from | X ; ) to | A ; ) differs little from unity : Cij = dij + Eij tij small , hence e2 terms ... Page 36

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**weak**so that it is sufficient to take only the lowest order corrections : | Yi ( k , ) ) = Z || kp , 0 , 0 ) + Σ ( knk = \ H ' \ kp ) \ 0 , k « , kn ) + ••• Ekp - Ekn - Ekя knks ( Pp | H ' | PnPx ) Epp - Epn - Epr | P » , 0 , 0 ) + ...### Common terms and phrases

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