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

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**beams**) . Nevertheless , one still hopes to be able to learn something new , for example about short range nucleon correlation functions in target nuclei or about the pres- ence of resonances in nuclear ground states [ 3 , 4 ] -just to ... Page 15

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**beam**is 1— | 1 — y ( b ) | 2 = 2 Rey ( b ) ( b ) 2 ( at the impact parameter b ) . Notice that here we use the same expression as in the following paragraphs : we identify 1–7 with y 15. Page 19

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**beam**of particles . For isospin zero targets ( He , 160 ) , if one finds no difference between the elastic cross section for and it implies that there is no real part in the π - nucleus elastic scattering strong interaction phase shift ... Page 22

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**beam**( ~ 50 MeV ) , hence they sum over all nuclear excitations ( without producing mesons , however ) . The cross section for such " inclusive " processes is do sc ΦΩ = n n ik Σ db exp ( i △ · b ) ( Y2 | Ã ( b ; 81 . . . 8. ) | Yo ) ... Page 31

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**beam**and its scattering ( elastic ) properties are known reasonably well . The trouble is with the outgoing objects ; e.g. , when 3 are produced in the → 3 reaction : are then its n's given by the absorption of 37 in the target ? In ...### Common terms and phrases

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