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

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**depend**on its internal structure . In these notes the interactions of various different particles with nuclear targets are to be con- sidered . Of course , we cannot cover all problems related to the interactions of hadrons , photons ... Page 11

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**depends**on d which sits in the Fourier transform of the shadow . Hence , away from the scatterer , one would guess the following shape of the wave ( compare D. R. Yennie article in [ S3 ] ) : 1 eik 2- d2d exp ( iz√k2 - d2 ) exp ( id ... Page 13

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**depend**on 7 when all nucleons are " equivalent " ) đ3b exp ( i △ · b ) [ d23⁄4 ̧ @ ...... ď23⁄4 ̧ @ Ĥp ́ ( 8 , ̧ • ) { 1− ĤI ( 1−5μ ( b + 8 , ̧ ° ) ) " }。( a ) đỏ exp ( iA + b ) ( d8 ... 81 · { 1– ÎI ( 1 – Ã ‚ ( b + s , ( ... ) ) ... Page 15

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**depend**on energy , one gets the total cross section ( from the optical theorem ) which is energy independent . So , it seems to be difficult to reconcile this model with the recent evidence for the increase of the total hadron - proton ... Page 26

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**depend**on spins . So , if not for the S12 term in ( 3.10 ) , we would have ( m | M | m ' ) = 0 for mm ' . In fact the ( m | | m ' ) contributions are indeed the most important but they always lead to a sharp diffractive minimum : log ...### Common terms and phrases

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