Topological cross-section in hadron-nucleus collisions and multiple scattering theory View Full Text


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DATE

1988-06

AUTHORS

V. R. Zoller

ABSTRACT

The multiple scattering theory supplemented with AGK cutting rules is applied to calculation of the hadron-nucleus interaction cross-sections. In contrast to standard Glauber approach neither smallness of the interaction radius compared to the nuclear radii nor Gaussian form of thehN-interaction profile function are assumed. We consistently use the theory of the supercritical Pomeron. However all the results are more general and do not depend on the specific parametrization of the Pomeron pole ampletude. The region of validity of the widely used approximate formulae for topological and totalhA-interaction cross sections are discussed. It is discussed the novel features of particle-nucleus interactions at superhigh energies. More... »

PAGES

233-238

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