## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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Nevertheless , one still hopes to be able to learn something new , for example about short range

Nevertheless , one still hopes to be able to learn something new , for example about short range

**nucleon**correlation functions in target nuclei or about the presence of resonances in nuclear ground states [ 3 , 4 ] —just to name two ... Page 2

( Nonetheless there exists a motivation for belief in their existence : as in the case of photons interacting with

( Nonetheless there exists a motivation for belief in their existence : as in the case of photons interacting with

**nucleons**— where the strongly interacting vector mesons seem to dominate - in the case of neutrino interactions — as was ... Page 3

and assuming that the particle goes through the target so fast that all the

and assuming that the particle goes through the target so fast that all the

**nucleons**are ' frozen ' at certain positions , we get for the amplitude ik Msi = db ) 2 . l dru ... dor \ , * ( no ... ra ) sa ra ) | < ob exp ( ia.b ) x { 1- ... Page 11

... y ) eikz transmitted wave : g ( x , y ) eik2 ( 1-4 ( x , y ) ) ( this is all under the assumption z « L ) . z 2 Let us construct the " shape of the shadow ” for a collection of scatterers (

... y ) eikz transmitted wave : g ( x , y ) eik2 ( 1-4 ( x , y ) ) ( this is all under the assumption z « L ) . z 2 Let us construct the " shape of the shadow ” for a collection of scatterers (

**nucleons**in a nucleus ; see e.g. , fig . Page 12

( 3.2 ) 2 What kind of formulae would we have if the " ansatz " of additivity of phase shifts of the composite system ( 6 ) colliding with

( 3.2 ) 2 What kind of formulae would we have if the " ansatz " of additivity of phase shifts of the composite system ( 6 ) colliding with

**nucleons**of ( a ) were valid ? Let us look at the profile of the jth**nucleon**: B B T ; ( d's II ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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