## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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( b – 8,16 ) +5,6 " ) 6 ) - *** , = [ + d ? s , ( $ ) p < ( " ) ( 81 ) ¥ ; ( b 82 ( 0 ) +8 ; ( ) ) ( it does not depend on l when all

( b – 8,16 ) +5,6 " ) 6 ) - *** , = [ + d ? s , ( $ ) p < ( " ) ( 81 ) ¥ ; ( b 82 ( 0 ) +8 ; ( ) ) ( it does not depend on l when all

**nucleons**are " equivalent " ) = ýji ( b + s ; ( ( ) ) Then the ... Page 14

[ 12 ] show that the smaller is Ro the nearer we are to the additivity of ( b ) -

[ 12 ] show that the smaller is Ro the nearer we are to the additivity of ( b ) -

**nucleon**phase shifts . But that means that this additivity improves with increase of the binding of ( b ) . Of course for Ro 0 the additivity becomes exact ... Page 17

... k with all

... k with all

**nucleons**frozen at the positions sı , ..SA . So , in our model there are three different contributions . > DEL ONLY**NUCLEONS**APPEAR Oot NEW PARTICLES ARE PRODUCED OPROD But as long as we construct the profiles of the 17. Page 21

( b ) were taken from proton -

( b ) were taken from proton -

**nucleon**scattering cross sections . For an = Qp = -0.33 , On = 0 , = 38.9 mb ( these parameters are resonable for ~ 20 GeV protons ) , one gets the following table 8 xc b ) + E ( 6 ) ( rad ) b ( fm ) 8.43 ... Page 22

Hence the above formula can be applied to a certain " effective " number of

Hence the above formula can be applied to a certain " effective " number of

**nucleons**. ... the " effective number of**nucleons**" is AZA / dob p ( b ) e + 40 ) , where o is an average total hadron -**nucleon**cross section .### What people are saying - Write a review

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