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Conflict between the classical equivalence principle and quantum mechanics
As far as external gravitational fields described by Newton's theory are concerned, theory shows that there is an unavoidable conflict between the universality of free fall (Galileo's equivalence principle) and quantum ...
Total Hadronic Cross-Section Data and the Froissart-Martin Bound
(SpringerNew YorkEUA, 2012)
ON THE BEHAVIOR OF THE TOTAL CROSS-SECTION AT SUPERHIGH ENERGIES FROM COSMIC-RAY DATA
(Elsevier Science BvAmsterdamHolanda, 1995)
ON THE QUESTION OF THE ENERGY-DEPENDENCE OF INELASTICITY
(Elsevier Science BvAmsterdamHolanda, 1992)
Diffractive contribution to the elasticity and to the nucleonic flux in the atmosphere
(Iop Publishing LtdBristolInglaterra, 1997)
Leading particle effect, inelasticity, and the connection between average multiplicities in e(+)e(-) and pp processes
(American Physical SocCollege PkEUA, 1999)
gamma p and gamma gamma scattering from (p)over-bar-p, pp forward amplitudes in a QCD eikonal model with a dynamical gluon mass
(American Physical SocCollege PkEUA, 2006)
Multipole decomposition of the cross section of the neutrino-lead scattering process Pb 208 (g. s.)(ν,ν′) Pb ∗ 208
(American Physical Society, 2016-11)
We calculate neutral-current contributions to the process ν+Pb208(g.s) ν′+Pb∗208, for incoming neutrino energies up to 150 MeV. The spectrum of Pb208 is calculated by performing a diagonalization of the δ-force interaction ...
Ultra peripheral heavy ion collisions and the energy dependence of the nuclear radius
(Elsevier B.V., 2004-02-19)
To estimate realistic cross sections in ultra peripheral heavy ion collisions we must remove effects of strong absorption. One method to eliminate these effects make use of a Glauber model calculation, where the nucleon-nucleon ...