## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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The qualitative

The qualitative

**effect**is independent of the spin of the incident particle ( the M ( A , s ) operator does not act on spin quantum numbers . ) All the other spin**effects**are presumably not important . ( iii ) Calculations such as the ... Page 35

But in the limit of very high energies and small momentum transfer , all such

But in the limit of very high energies and small momentum transfer , all such

**effects**disappear . Let us take , e.g. , two such states and give them the same momentum p . Then their energies differ : > M2 - M * E - E * = Vp ? + M2- Vpa ... Page 58

All these formulae are very useful ( because of their simplicity ) in discussing some

All these formulae are very useful ( because of their simplicity ) in discussing some

**effects**which do not depend dramatically on Ali = 0 . Let us go back , however , to the case All = 0 and discuss some recent experiments in which 1-37 ... Page 61

For instance , the following scheme ( which imitates K1 - K , regeneration ) would explain the observed

For instance , the following scheme ( which imitates K1 - K , regeneration ) would explain the observed

**effects**. ( Note that we are working in the high energy limit , hence our arguments are based on the assumption that the absorption ... Page 62

Before indicating other possibilities of interpretation of the low absorption

Before indicating other possibilities of interpretation of the low absorption

**effect**, let us consider an example of a two component system ( such as was described before , e.g. , by eq ( 5.6 ) ) penetrating a piece of nuclear matter .### What people are saying - Write a review

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