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

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**coupling**between different spin states produced by the term K ( 81.B1 - id1 E102 ) . So , we have to deal with a**coupled**channels problem . We can also make the following remark : sometimes**coupled**channels can be decoupled by ... Page 8

... . Because we have 00 CX ) -CX ) [ a ( x , y , z ) , a ( x , y , z ′ ) ] # 0 . 81 ( A1 + A2 ) Xi One could argue that the

... . Because we have 00 CX ) -CX ) [ a ( x , y , z ) , a ( x , y , z ′ ) ] # 0 . 81 ( A1 + A2 ) Xi One could argue that the

**coupling**to the anomalous moment is weak and hence not very relevant . This is true , but one can give some other 8. Page 10

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**coupling**between various spin channels . To conclude this section we may say that Examples 1 and 2 warn us that if the strong inter- actions are mediated through vector fields ( analogous to the electromagnetic field ) one can expect ... Page 36

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**coupling**be weak so that it is sufficient to take only the lowest order corrections : | Yi ( k , ) ) = Z || kp , 0 , 0 ) + Σ ( knk = \ H ' \ kp ) \ 0 , k « , kn ) + ••• Ekp - Ekn - Ekя knks ( Pp | H ' | PnPx ) Epp - Epn - Epr | P » , 0 ... Page 42

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**coupled**to a photon . We can also write , as before , the expansion of a hadronic state n ( n ) ) - { 10 , - ( kn ) | k , 0 ) + } . 0 + ... } . | ¥ ( n ) ) = Z { | 0 , n ) – ≥ k γ H ' E - En Note that here the state | 0 , n ) is ...### Common terms and phrases

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