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

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**forward**scattering and production processes ) . Such effects are very well established in the case of hadron scattering and photon - nucleus interactions ; they are not well known in the case of neutrino reactions and very virtual ... Page 20

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... y ( b ) is very sharp compared to 1/8 ( hence we limit our- selves to

**forward**scattering processes ) we can approximate y ( b ) ≈y ( 0 ) d ‹ 2 ) ( b ) , hence ik f ( 0 ) = Y ( 0 ) , and 2π απ 2π ix . ( b ) ≈ - N 20. Page 21

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**forward forward**scattering ampli- tude ) are defined by fn.p ( 0 ) = ( i + an.p ) kon.p / 4π where on.p are the total cross section for scattering on either neutron or proton . ( Incidentally , one can define an optical potential — ( 1 ... Page 22

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**forward**dip , it is not valid for small △ ) do DT = a dn N | 2 A IS . ( A ) 1a + 2152 ( A ) 1 ] , Ꮓ A where the " effective number of nucleons " is a A · [ d3b p ( b ) e ̄ • Ap ‹ b ) , where σ is an average total hadron - nucleon ... Page 33

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**forward**direction where the transmission regeneration ( which comes from a coherent process whose coherence extends over the whole block of matter ) dominates . The amplitude ( neglecting 8 ) is MKL ° → K ‚ ° = 1⁄2 ( Ko | T | Ko ) – 1 ...### Common terms and phrases

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