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A)) **Alpha particles with an energy of E = 7.68 MeV
incident on Gold nucleus and scattered at an angle thita=
45 ^{0}. Find
??/?Ω= [ ???^{2} /
??_{0}ℏ^{2}?^{2}]^{2}**

**; ? = 2? _{?}???(θ/2)
**

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