|Jul20-12, 04:22 PM||#1|
Scattering in a Cavity
Can someone please explain to me how the scattering cross section (or scattering amplitude) associated to 2->2 scattering of (say) two electrons depends the size of the cavity in which the scattering is assumed to take place?
Thanks in advance!
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