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

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**important**for all angles and momentum transfers . In order to compute the amplitude one has to bear in mind that at large b , x . ( b ) behaves like a Coulomb phase shift produced by a point charge and hence diverges logarithmically ... Page 21

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**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 10 103 10 O 100 % 10 5 10 ... Page 22

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**important**are the details of the target nucleus wave function ? Not very**important**. The most**important**are general characteristics : density distributions ( hence possible deformations ) but not internal correlations . From the ... Page 23

Wiesław Czyż. ( i ) the shapes of target nuclei are the most

Wiesław Czyż. ( i ) the shapes of target nuclei are the most

**important**factors determining the cross sections ( ii ) the internal correlations of nucleons in the nucleus are unimportant for dose / dî or do 。 dî . They are of some ... Page 25

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**importance**of the c.m. motion correction can be seen from the factor exp ( R242 / 4A ) . For small A ( say A = 2 , 3 or ...**important**testing ground for multiple scattering theories ( or models ) . ( i ) In experiments ( compare deuteron ...### Common terms and phrases

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