## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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Work on vector meson production on nuclei or 3 ′′ ( 5 )

Work on vector meson production on nuclei or 3 ′′ ( 5 )

**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 ... Page 33

Cross sections for such diffractive

Cross sections for such diffractive

**coherent**production processes were recently measured for copper and lead nuclei [ 26 ] . ... ( which comes from a**coherent**process whose**coherence**extends over the whole block of matter ) dominates . Page 47

This factor partly destroys the

This factor partly destroys the

**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 . Page 52

This guaranteed the

This guaranteed the

**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 ... Page 53

These uncertainties arise because one has to make some corrections in order to obtain the

These uncertainties arise because one has to make some corrections in order to obtain the

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