## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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The other " moral " is that if we know the structure of the composite body ( 6 ) we may still use a generalized

The other " moral " is that if we know the structure of the composite body ( 6 ) we may still use a generalized

**Glauber**model with additivity of all possible phase shifts of the pairs of components of ( a ) and ( b ) . Page 18

... way of finding out whether the inelastic shadowing ( or inelastic screening ) corrections are important at very high energies : If one computed o tot from the

... way of finding out whether the inelastic shadowing ( or inelastic screening ) corrections are important at very high energies : If one computed o tot from the

**Glauber**model ( including all possible effects which the model allows for ) ... Page 23

( Compare , e.g. , the review article by R. J.

( Compare , e.g. , the review article by R. J.

**Glauber**in ref . [ S2 ] ) . When we want to discuss light nuclei we have to consider carefully the motion of the center of mass . Take , for example , a deuteron : here taking into account ... Page 27

In the standard

In the standard

**Glauber**model , it is enough to have p ( s ) = 8 dz o * ( s , z ) $ ( 3 , 2 ) to compute the cross section . Suppose there is some deformation in the final state : 00 * ( s , 2 ) +00 ' * ( A , S , 2 ) * ( one can assume ... Page 36

Again they can be computed à la

Again they can be computed à la

**Glauber**[ 29 ] , [ S4 ] . The standard noncovariant perturbation theory is an " obvious " tool to construct such states . Let H ' be the interaction Hamiltonian which couples the states p ) and ñi ) ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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