## Interactions of High Energy Particles with NucleiNational Bureau of Standards, 1975 - 69 pages |

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**approximately**exhaust the list of processes contributing to elastic scattering . From our discussion of the components of σToT ( del , DT , PROD ) it follows that the measure- ments of σror may be a good way of finding out whether the ... Page 21

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**approximately**the same as Re M without xe ! This is true for 208 Pb . In general one gets all kinds of intermediate situations . In any case , the influence of the Coulomb interaction is very important " everywhere " as the figure below ... Page 36

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**approximately**( compare eq ( 4.4 ) ) The production amplitude is : p≈p , ñ + р≈ « + р . Mƒ ; = ( p | T | ğ ) d1o d1⁄2 ′′ ” + ( ññ | T | ññ ) d1⁄23 d ̧ TM ” . Suppose the target is a nucleon , then ( pTp ) is taken to be the proton ... Page 41

... fact that , at high energy , photons exhibit shadowing . The total photo cross sections for complex nuclei vary

... fact that , at high energy , photons exhibit shadowing . The total photo cross sections for complex nuclei vary

**approximately**as A0.9 in the few GeV energy range . It is very suggestive then to accept that photons have 41. Page 45

... electromagnetic interaction to obtain a contribution ~ A . It could come from a heavy vector boson whose 2w My2 <<< R is still short because its rest mass is large . Conclusion : The VMD model is only

... electromagnetic interaction to obtain a contribution ~ A . It could come from a heavy vector boson whose 2w My2 <<< R is still short because its rest mass is large . Conclusion : The VMD model is only

**approximately**correct . 45.### Common terms and phrases

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