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The virtual quanta are scattered by the incident particle (the struck system in K')

according to the Thomson

Klein-Nishina formula (14.106) at photon energies ha>' > Mc2. Thus, in the frame

K', ...

The virtual quanta are scattered by the incident particle (the struck system in K')

according to the Thomson

**cross section**(14.105) at low frequencies and theKlein-Nishina formula (14.106) at photon energies ha>' > Mc2. Thus, in the frame

K', ...

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Neglecting the electromagnetic interaction between the two particles, determine

the radiation

these identical particles to the lowest nonvanishing approximation. Show that the

...

Neglecting the electromagnetic interaction between the two particles, determine

the radiation

**cross section**in the center of mass system for a collision betweenthese identical particles to the lowest nonvanishing approximation. Show that the

...

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In discussing the scattered intensity it is convenient to use the concept of a

scattering

power per unit solid angle is ^T = f Wei2 (16.153) a\i a77 The incident flux is S = j-

Re ...

In discussing the scattered intensity it is convenient to use the concept of a

scattering

**cross section**. This has already been defined in (14.101). The scatteredpower per unit solid angle is ^T = f Wei2 (16.153) a\i a77 The incident flux is S = j-

Re ...

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