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Books on scattering experiments

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I’ve been self-studying quantum mechanics for a while, and currently looking at scattering theory, using chapters in books by Shankar, Sakurai, and John R. Taylor’s Scattering Theory text. But was wondering if there are any good sources that relate the theory in these books to actual experiments and their interpretations; ideally at the sort of level commensurate with the aforementioned books.

I have my eye on the Schieck’s Key Nuclear Reaction Experiments book, though as it’s a little pricey, I’d be interested to know what people think of it, or if they have any recommendations elsewhere. Since I do most of my reading “on the go”, works available as ebooks would be preferred, but I’d be interested to hear of anything, really.
 

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