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13.2 Energy transfer as a function of

representation of the correct result. In the interval bmtn < b < fcmax the energy

transfer is given approximately by (13.2). But for

13.2 Energy transfer as a function of

**impact parameter**. bmm log 6- curve is arepresentation of the correct result. In the interval bmtn < b < fcmax the energy

transfer is given approximately by (13.2). But for

**impact parameters**outside that ...Page 440

For

the wave nature of the particles implies a smearing out in some sense over

distances of the order of Aa;, we anticipate that the correct quantum- mechanical

...

For

**impact parameters**b less than this uncertainty, classical concepts fail. Sincethe wave nature of the particles implies a smearing out in some sense over

distances of the order of Aa;, we anticipate that the correct quantum- mechanical

...

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Thus the spectrum extends from a> = 0 to , b) ~ • 8/ZV\2ZV/V|2l 377 \Mc2/ c IP/ b2'

0, a»V- b (15.11) Just as in the energy-loss process, the useful physical quantity

is a cross section obtained by integrating over all possible

Thus the spectrum extends from a> = 0 to , b) ~ • 8/ZV\2ZV/V|2l 377 \Mc2/ c IP/ b2'

0, a»V- b (15.11) Just as in the energy-loss process, the useful physical quantity

is a cross section obtained by integrating over all possible

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