## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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... well the

... well the

**absorption**, which is given by $ ( 6 ) because this is the dominating process , but not E ( 6 ) ) . If the Coulomb interaction is absent ( Xe = 0 ) the elastic cross section is invariant against the change of sign of ē . Page 28

Consider the

Consider the

**absorption**of polarized light by an anisotropic absorber . The incident wave is polarized in the direction n ( perpendicular to the z direction ) . n = ( Nz , ny ) V = n , y , + ny , where V , is the wave polarized in the x ... Page 29

Hence due to the process of

Hence due to the process of

**absorption**, a new object is created : the wave which is polarized in the direction n Xez . Let us compute the elastic and inelastic scattering amplitudes . Since the transmitted wave is y = n , V , the wave ... Page 30

We expand Ni ) into a set of states | 1 ; ) whose scattering and

We expand Ni ) into a set of states | 1 ; ) whose scattering and

**absorption**in the target we assume known : 14 : ) = dij | ; ) Ili ) , 1 n , ) form orthonormal sets ( 4.1 ) | Α . - 18. | 1 ; ) = Ecij | 1 ; ) j of states . Page 31

In this approximation ( Til T | 1i ) = 1 - mi = 2 Hence the

In this approximation ( Til T | 1i ) = 1 - mi = 2 Hence the

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