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ELECTROMAGNETIC CORRECTIONS TO HADRON - HADRON SCATTERING
Abstract We use S -matrix methods to determine the electromagnetic corrections to relativistic hadron scattering. The infrared divergences associated with soft photon emission and with the CoulombExpand
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Coulomb corrections in non-relativistic scattering
Coulomb scattering is put in dispersion theoretic form by using a small photon mass λ. By carefully separating out the ln λ terms a dispersion relation for the Coulomb corrections in hadronicExpand
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Theory of Cosmic-Ray Mesons
The quantum theory of damping developed by two of us (Heitler and Peng) is applied to the production of mesons by proton-proton collisions. For this purpose the modification of the meson theoryExpand
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s-wave pion-nucleon scattering and pion-pion interactions☆
Abstract Using a partial wave dispersion relation we show how the low-energy s-wave π-N interactions can be separated into long range and short range parts. The phase shifts used in deriving ourExpand
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The low-temperature properties of gaseous helium. II
Some earlier calculations of the second virial and viscosity coefficients of gaseous helium have been extended, using as before the exact quantum formulae. A brief discussion of the atomicExpand
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The quantum numbers of the nucleon isobars
Abstract It is shown that the quantum numbers of the 200, 600, 900 MeV, and 1.35 BeV nucleon isobars are determined by the systematic properties of the longer range parts of the pion-nucleonExpand
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PION SCATTERING AND DISPERSION RELATIONS
Inaccuracies in the expermental data which might give rise to the discrepancy in the dispersion relations for the forward scattering of negative pions (up to a few hundred Mev) are examined. TheExpand
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LOW ENERGY PION SCATTERING. Technical Scientific Note No. 9
Partial wave dispersion relations are used to investigate low-energy s- wave pion-nucleon scattering. The various terms in the relations are examined. It is shown that the Born terms are very smallExpand
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