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

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**Coulomb interaction**is very important " everywhere " as the figure below ( see [ 15 ] ) for a 208 Pb target and incident neutral- , positive- , and negative- particles which interact strongly as 20 GeV nucleons . ( b / sr ) d & LAB 10 ... Page 22

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**Coulomb interactions**( as we have seen ) , do DT / d is influenced very little . In order to make this fact more plausible , let us consider a collection of neutrons and protons which do not screen each other . Then , we would have do ... Page 27

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**Coulomb**phase shifts of the electron - positron pair and I ( A , s ) is constructed from DELBRÜCK SCATTERING ELECTRON PHOTON PHOTON POSITRON INITIAL ELECTRON - POSITRON WAVE FUNCTION Diffractive Scattering from the target FINAL ELECTRON ... Page 28

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**Coulomb**field , Delbrück scattering , Compton scattering , etc. in hadron physics ; all kinds of elastic hadron - hadron scattering do = ƒ ( A2 ) dA2 inelastic processes : ( experiments seem to indicate that the differential cross ... Page 39

... - plete ) but in total agreement with the Bethe and Maximon formulae [ 34 ] for the high energy limit of the pair production cross section in a strong

... - plete ) but in total agreement with the Bethe and Maximon formulae [ 34 ] for the high energy limit of the pair production cross section in a strong

**Coulomb**field [ 35 ] . Example 2 : One particle exchange process : Drell and 39 AND ...### Common terms and phrases

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