## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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... not an academic problem because there are experimental projects under way ) . The geometry of the process is shown in figure 3 . ܘ A COMPONENTS 9 ( b ) b ( o ) sen B COMPONENTS O The profile

... not an academic problem because there are experimental projects under way ) . The geometry of the process is shown in figure 3 . ܘ A COMPONENTS 9 ( b ) b ( o ) sen B COMPONENTS O The profile

**describing**the collision of two elements ... Page 14

Some special cases of formula ( 3.2 ) were also employed to

Some special cases of formula ( 3.2 ) were also employed to

**describe**hadron - hadron scattering in the high energy limit . For example , the limit when A and B become very large was considered [ 13 ] ( compare also [ 12 ] ) : ik lim M ... Page 28

We shall

We shall

**describe**diffractive production processes in very close analogy to diffractive dissociation phenomena which are well known in the case of systems where degeneracy exists . us start with an example taken from optics . Page 34

In

In

**describing**the regeneration process KVK , ' we drew heavily on the known structure of K2 ' and K , ' : they are superpositions of Ko and Ko , whose elastic scattering from nucleons is reasonably well known . L 4.1 . Page 36

T P Final state : nta = + = d , ** | ñ ) + d2an 17 ) . ñ small admixture In the sense given earlier in these notes , for the purpose of

T P Final state : nta = + = d , ** | ñ ) + d2an 17 ) . ñ small admixture In the sense given earlier in these notes , for the purpose of

**describing**elastic scattering we have approximately ( compare eq ( 4.4 ) ) = a p = p * + pTp .### What people are saying - Write a review

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