High-Energy Scattering from Nuclei

  • Wieslaw Czyż

Abstract

This article is mostly about high-energy nuclear scattering. It also tries to point out many common features of high-energy scattering processes which sometimes lie very far from nuclear physics, e.g., similarities between Delbriik scattering and hadron-deuteron scattering (see Section 4). This approach results in a very strong emphasis on generality of the problem and cuts down any careful analysis of more specific problems. This is so, because the author’s intention was to write a reasonably compact article, not a book. It is a high price to pay; the author is fully aware of that.

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  • Wieslaw Czyż
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  1. 1.Institute of Nuclear PhysicsCracowPoland

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