EXPONENTIALLY SMALL SCATTERING AMPLITUDE IN HIGH ENERGY POTENTIAL SCATTERING.

@inproceedings{Paliov1971EXPONENTIALLYSS,
  title={EXPONENTIALLY SMALL SCATTERING AMPLITUDE IN HIGH ENERGY POTENTIAL SCATTERING.},
  author={A. Paliov and S. Rosendorff},
  year={1971}
}
The high energy scattering amplitude of spherical symmetric potentials, which are expandable in ascending even powers of r and are nonsingular in coordinate space, is calculated. The Gaussian potential, which serves as a prototype of these potentials, is dealt with extensively. The first Born approximation is completely inadequate to estimate the amplitude off the forward direction. We show that the amplitude decreases faster than any power law as function of the momentum transfer q, and thus… CONTINUE READING