## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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Then 1 gr 2Vk2—82 + 8 • bękr2 k > and zaik c ** [ & q exp ( - 1 ) / ( ke If ( kes + q ) = f ( kes ) eitt 1 2nik eikt đʻq q ? r 2 k + Remark : When the

Then 1 gr 2Vk2—82 + 8 • bękr2 k > and zaik c ** [ & q exp ( - 1 ) / ( ke If ( kes + q ) = f ( kes ) eitt 1 2nik eikt đʻq q ? r 2 k + Remark : When the

**incident**wave already has a profile different from unity we get : )**incident**wave : g ... Page 14

It would seem , therefore , that indeed " compositeness " of the

It would seem , therefore , that indeed " compositeness " of the

**incident particle**is decisive in destroying or satisfying additivity . The other " moral " is that if we know the structure of the composite body ( 6 ) we may still use a ... Page 15

Hence , the probability that the

Hence , the probability that the

**particle**gets removed from the**incident**beam is 1-11 - ( 6 ) 12 = 2 Rey ( 6 ) – 10 ( 6 ) | 2 ( at the impact parameter b ) . Notice that here we use the same expression as - in the following paragraphs ... Page 16

because , due to the same arguments as before , 1-11- ( T ) | 2 gives the probability ( at the impact parameter b ) of losing the

because , due to the same arguments as before , 1-11- ( T ) | 2 gives the probability ( at the impact parameter b ) of losing the

**incident particle**from the elastic channel . It is convenient however to split the second term into two ... Page 18

In order to include them we have to ascribe some kind of structure to the

In order to include them we have to ascribe some kind of structure to the

**incident particle**. Earlier in these notes we gave some examples of such cases . To analyze this problem in more detail , one has to link it with diffractive ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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