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

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**coherent**diffractive production ( compare refs . [ S3 , S4 , S5 ] ) 1 is a good example of the role of nuclear targets . One observed also excitations of specific nuclear levels by high energy hadrons [ 1 , 2 ] . This opens a ... Page 33

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**coherent**process whose**coherence**extends over the whole block of matter ) dominates . The amplitude ( neglecting 8 ) is MKL ° → K ‚ ° = 1⁄2 ( Ko | T | Ko ) – 1⁄2 ‹ Ão | T | Ko ) . Hence MÂ ° → K ‚ ' is given by the elastic scattering ... Page 47

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**coherence**of the process of producing V's over the whole nuclear volume . We construct the production amplitude as the ( previously introduced ) picture of multiple scattering tells us to . For the independent particle ground state wave ... Page 52

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**coherence**of the process and excluded any excitations of the target nucleus . There are a few points which should be stressed again at this stage : ( i ) This is the most direct measurement of the elastic p - nucleon cross section in ... Page 53

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**coherent**p - production cross sections : ( i ) nuclear excitations should be removed ( ii ) processes which lead to π production ( other than p - production ) should be subtracted , ( iii ) one has to decide which invariant masses of ...### Common terms and phrases

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