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

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**attenuation**of a wave penetrating a medium . One can also use some arguments based on approximate solutions of the wave equation of the incident particle interacting through potentials with the target particles . For instance , in the ... Page 49

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**attenuation**of the outgoing vector meson beam is different . So , in the last two expressions for M ( y → V ) our Mr → V ( q ) depend on the position of all the other nucleons . These formulae are now adapted to take care of ... Page 54

... of vector mesons on nuclear targets we can easily remedy this situation . So , the only change we should introduce into the formulae given for vector meson photoproduction is an

... of vector mesons on nuclear targets we can easily remedy this situation . So , the only change we should introduce into the formulae given for vector meson photoproduction is an

**attenuation**of the incident beam of 54. Page 55

Wiesław Czyż. meson photoproduction is an

Wiesław Czyż. meson photoproduction is an

**attenuation**of the incident beam of hadrons ( the incident photons were not**attenuated**due to the weakness of electromagnetic interactions ) . Let us make this extension explicitly and obtain the ... Page 61

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**attenuation**of the outgoing object ( compare the discussion of experimental results given previously ) . Then the elastic scattering amplitude of | 1 ) ( = | ) ) is totally determined M ( 1 → 1 ) = 1⁄2 [ ( Ï | T ‹ 4 ) | 1 ) + ( 2 | T ...### Common terms and phrases

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