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

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**effects**in inelastic electron - nucleus scattering , ( 7 ) Shadowing**effects**in neutrino reactions on nuclei . Key words : Diffractive production ; diffractive scattering ; Glauber model ; hadronic components of photons ; high energy ... Page 2

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**effects**. So , the crucial point in our discussion is an understanding of a multiple scattering process of strongly interacting particles inside of nuclear matter ( or more generally : just a multiple scattering process with forces ... Page 18

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**effects**which the model allows for ) and then found a definite dis- crepancy with experimentally measured Tor - it would very strongly suggest the existence of inelastic shadowing phenomena described above . In fact such an analysis has ... Page 19

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**effects**produced by the average Coulomb potential produced by the whole nucleus [ 15 ] which produces almost identical results [ 16 , 17 ] . We shall assume that , in the high energy limit , the total phase shift is the sum of the ... Page 26

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**effect**in more detail . The ground state deuteron wave function is : Pm ( r ) = ( 4π ) -1 / 2-1 [ u ( r ) + 8-1 / 2 S12W ( r ) Jx1.m where u ( r ) and w ( r ) are the radial S and D functions and Sız = [ 3 ( ơi • r ) ( • r ) −ơi ...### Common terms and phrases

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