Scattering Theory
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D02TROZ  ZK 
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Scattering matrix and probability of transition. Stationary theory of scattering. Scattering in outer field. Formfactors. Unitary of Smatrix and optical theorem. Analytical properties of scattering matrix. Separable form of scattering amplitude. Scattering of particle with spin. Theory of multiple scattering on compound systems. Particle scattering in three body system. High energy models. Coherent scattering neutrons by crystalic substances.
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 Syllabus of lectures:

1.Scattering matrix and probability of transition.
2.Stationary theory of scattering.
3.Scattering in outer field. Form factors.
4.Unitary of Smatrix and optical theorem.
5.Analytical properties of scattering matrix.
6.Separable form of scattering amplitude.
7.Scattering of particle with spin.
8.Theory of multiple scattering on compound systems.
9.Particle scattering in three body system.
10.High energy models.
11.Coherent scattering of neutrons by crystalline substances
12.Scattering of neutrons by liquids.
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1.J. Taylor: Scattering theory, J. Wiley, 1972. Particularly for lectures 17.
2.A. G. Sitenko, Lekcii po teorii rassejanija, Kijev 1971. Particularly for lectures 17.and 9.
3.A. C. Davydov, Kvantovaja mechanika, Leningrad 1963. Particularly for lectures 11.
4.R. Feynman, Statistical mechanics, Benjamin, 1972. Particularly for lectures 12.
5.A. K. Kerman et al., Ann. Phys. 8(1959) 551. Particularly for lectures 8.
6.J. Eisenberg, Ann. Phys. 8(1959)551. Particularly for lectures 10.
7.R. Mach, Czech. J. Phys. B33(1983)549, 616 a 772. Particularly for lectures 8.
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