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

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**EXCITED**STATES Suppose we reject the intermediate**excited**states and take only the ground state as a possible inter- mediate state ( this is the way to eliminate all channels but one ) . Then each y ; can be averaged over r1 ( b ) ... Page 14

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**excited**states , neither of ( b ) nor of ( a ) . So , the Chou & Yang [ 13 ] limit A , B → looses all**excited**state contributions and becomes ( 3.4 ) . Equation ( 3.4 ) gives the well - known " droplet model " [ 13 ] elastic scattering ... Page 18

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**excited**states of the projectile present at intermediate steps ) are excluded . O O O They are the source of the so - called inelastic screening ( or inelastic shadowing ) phenomenon [ 47 ] . In order to include them we have to ascribe ... Page 62

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**excited**states . This makes good sense if one believes ( following Good and Walker [ 23 ] ) that in the high energy limit the ground and**excited**states of the incident system ( e.g. , a pion ) are considered to be approximately ... Page 65

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**excited**states | m ) from which the system | 2 ) emerges . On the mass scale M ( mass ) m states < m | 5 | m > < mc1 weak transition the ground state which does not " mix " with m - states . Its elastic scattering profile is < 1 | r | 1 > ...### Common terms and phrases

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