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

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**existence**( or lack thereof ) of " shadow effects " ( which occur mostly for forward scattering and production processes ) . Such effects are very well established in the case of hadron scattering and photon - nucleus interactions ... Page 2

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**existence**of multiple scattering ) . Hence we shall start with the very successful model of such processes : the Glauber model . 2. Description of Multiple Scattering 2.1 . General Remarks To construct the relevant formulae for the ... Page 7

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**existence**of more than one channel . For instance , the presence of an anomalous magnetic moment can be looked upon as a mark of " compositeness . " Suppose Anm ( F , F1 , ... ... ... , r ^ ) = Ĉ q☺ ( r − r ; ) . j1 m Diagonalization ... Page 14

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**existence**to analyze . To the best of my knowledge , only deuteron - deuteron scattering data are available , but reliable calculations are very difficult because of the high spins involved . Nevertheless , there exist some calculations ... Page 15

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**existence**of such a structure ( CERN - Serpukhov experiment ) . In the form given above , the droplet model is very crude and I do not want to go beyond this qualitative description . One should perhaps mention at this point that the ...### Common terms and phrases

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