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

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**Hadrons**- Scattering . I. Title . II . Series : United States . National Bureau of Standards . Monograph 139 . QC100.U556 No. 139 [ QC794.8.H5 ] [ 539.7'6 ] 389'.08s 74/13725 National Bureau of Standards Monograph 139 Nat . Bur . Stand ... Page 1

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**hadrons**or exhibit some**hadronic**components in such interactions . This article is divided into seven sections : ( 1 ) Introduction , ( 2 ) Description of multiple scat- tering , ( 3 ) Elastic scattering of**hadrons**from nuclei , ( 4 ) ... Page 10

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**Hadrons**from Nuclei Let us go back for a moment to scattering of incident particles whose internal structure one can neglect ( in particular the internal quantum numbers can be neglected ) . Let us start with just one scatterer : TARGET ... Page 14

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**hadron**-**hadron**scattering in the high energy limit . For example , the limit when A and B become very large was ...**hadrons**are very small ) we can write * [ [ d3sp ) ( 8 ) p ) ( b + s ) d2g ( a ) ď2s ( b ) p ( a ) ( s ( a ) ) y ( b ... Page 15

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**hadrons**. This formula was used successfully to : ( i ) reproduce the proton charge form factors from elastic scattering**hadron**-**hadron**cross sections . ( ii ) predict diffractive structure ( e.g. , diffractive minima ) of the high energy ...### Common terms and phrases

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