## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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In order to make the condition ( 2.7 ) more plausible , let us consider a charged particle with spin S and magnetic moment M given by ( 2.7 ) moving in an almost uniform magnetic

In order to make the condition ( 2.7 ) more plausible , let us consider a charged particle with spin S and magnetic moment M given by ( 2.7 ) moving in an almost uniform magnetic

**field**B. This particle follows a circular trajectory with ... Page 12

We already saw in the examples of scattering of relativistic particles from external electromagnetic

We already saw in the examples of scattering of relativistic particles from external electromagnetic

**fields**that " internal structure ” ( in these cases the internal spin quantum numbers + anomalous magnetic moment ) breaks down the ... Page 28

Examples : in QED ; elastic electron ( positron ) scattering from a Coulomb

Examples : in QED ; elastic electron ( positron ) scattering from a Coulomb

**field**, Delbrück scattering , Compton scattering , etc. in hadron physics ; all kinds of elastic hadron - hadron scattering do ( experiments seem to indicate ... Page 39

... from the above two Feynman diagrams in fact , more complete ) 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

... from the above two Feynman diagrams in fact , more complete ) 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 ] . Page 69

( 30 ) Jaroszewicz , T. , Positronium Photoproduction in the Coulomb

( 30 ) Jaroszewicz , T. , Positronium Photoproduction in the Coulomb

**Field**: Bound States in the Infinite Moment Frame and Multi - Photon Exchange , Institute of Nuclear Physics in Krakow , preprint ( to be published ) ( 1973 ) .### What people are saying - Write a review

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