
Accession Number : AD0265989
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Corporate Author : CONNECTICUT UNIV STORRS
Report Date : SEP 1961
Pagination or Media Count : 1
Abstract : The transformation from center of mass to laboratory s stem of two colli ing bodies is discussed in detail, including a derivation of the Jacobian. The scattering cross section in the laboratory system is then defined for all lab. angles. Then, a formal integral can be written which averages over a distribution of target velocities, giving an effective cross section as a function of the distribution (which in turn is usually a function of temperature). No actual calculations are carried out because of the exceedingly complex formulas which have to be manipulated. (Author)
Descriptors : *DIFFERENTIAL CROSS SECTIONS, *ELASTIC SCATTERING, *NUCLEI, DETERMINANTS(MATHEMATICS), MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS, MOTION, NUCLEAR REACTIONS, NUCLEAR SHELL MODELS, PARTICLES, TARGETS, TRANSFORMATIONS (MATHEMATICS), VELOCITY
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE