elastic cross section

elastic cross section

[i′las·tik ′krȯs ‚sek·shən]
(physics)
The cross section for an elastic collision between two particles or systems.
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Therefore, relying on RCMT, where quarks carry one monopole unit, the [pi] - [pi] elastic cross section is analogous to the elastic cross section of colliding charges.
Prediction: Unlike the proton case, where the elastic cross section increases for collision energy which is greater than that of point[subset]of Fig.
5 Backscatter Prediction Based on Elastic Cross Section Averaging
In particular, an explanation is provided for the relation between the pre-LHC pp elastic cross section data and the existence of closed shells of quarks at the baryonic core.