## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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**Consider**the case when one " elementary ” particle scatters from a " composite " nucleus . In this case the profile is ( T ) = ( Vol 1 ( b ; sı ... 8. ) | V. ) , 0 and we can write the same relations as before : OtoT = | xb | ( T ) ? Page 18

... corrections for the c.m. motion which are important for light nuclei but unimportant for heavy ones . Let us

... corrections for the c.m. motion which are important for light nuclei but unimportant for heavy ones . Let us

**consider**first the Coulomb corrections for heavy nuclei 18 O ... Page 19

Let us

Let us

**consider**first the Coulomb corrections for heavy nuclei . One can , in principle , use the individual amplitudes which have Coulomb interactions built into them ( this very tedious calculation has been done , e.g. , in refs . Page 22

In order to make this fact more plausible , let us

In order to make this fact more plausible , let us

**consider**a collection of neutrons and protons which do not screen each other . Then , we would have dopt d22 ī N | fn ( A ) 12 + 218p ( A ) 12 . no screening One may suspect the ... Page 23

When we want to discuss light nuclei we have to

When we want to discuss light nuclei we have to

**consider**carefully the motion of the center of mass . Take , for example , a deuteron : here taking into account the c.m. motion is trivially accomplished by using the wave functions of ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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