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

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**discussed**in this article . Special attention is paid to the interaction of high energy hadrons and photons . Interactions of high energy electrons and neutrinos are briefly men- tioned . The common features of all these processes are ... Page 18

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**discussed**above do approximately exhaust the list of processes contributing to elastic scattering . From our discussion of the components of σTOT ( σel , σDT , σPROD ) it follows that the measure- ments of σror may be a good way of ... Page 27

... on QED ! These and other related problems have been

... on QED ! These and other related problems have been

**discussed**in a series of papers by Cheng and Wu [ 21 , 22 ] ( see also [ 30 ] , [ S4 ] ) . 4. Diffractive Dissociation and Diffractive Excitation Diffractive processes - a 27 27. Page 38

... with hadronic targets at high energy , a process which will be

... with hadronic targets at high energy , a process which will be

**discussed**later . Example 1 : The processes of QED : ( a ) Bremsstrahlung : the Feynman diagrams हु Z AND давно go over to AND where the dot means that complete 38. Page 50

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**discussed**above [ 37 ] had shown that when or ( YA ) is computed from ( 4.10 ) , the single scattering contribution is not the one given by the VMD model ( compare also footnote 1 ) . Now let us go back to photoproduction of vector ...### Common terms and phrases

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