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Quantum versus classical scattering of Dirac particles by a solenoidal magnetic field and the correspondence principle

@article{Murgua2004QuantumVC,
  title={Quantum versus classical scattering of Dirac particles by a solenoidal magnetic field and the correspondence principle},
  author={Gabriela Murgu{\'i}a and Mat{\'i}as Moreno and M. Moreno Torres},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2004}
}
We present a detailed analysis of the scattering of charged particles by the magnetic field of a long solenoid of constant magnetic flux and finite radius. We study the relativistic and non-relativistic quantum and classical scenarios. The classical limit of the perturbative quantum expressions, understood as the Planck's limit (making $\hbar$ going to zero) is analyzed and compared with the classical result. The classical cross section shows a general non-symmetric behavior with respect to the… 

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