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

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**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 scattering ... Page 18

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**inelastic**screening ( or**inelastic**shadowing ) phenomenon [ 47 ] . In order to include them we have to ascribe some kind of structure to the incident particle . Earlier in these notes we gave some examples of such cases . To analyze ... Page 28

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**inelastic**processes : ( experiments seem to indicate that the differential cross sections depend weakly on energy ) γρ π → 5π p → n + π on nucleons or nuclei . K - Kπ , KππT etc. The nucleon and nuclear targets supplement each other ... Page 29

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**inelastic**scattering amplitudes . Since the transmitted wave is = n , the wave which goes into scattering and production is ¥ n = nyyλeln + λinelnxe ; But hence ¥ 1 = Ny ¥ n — N2 ¥ ¤ × ¢ z ; λel = ny2 , λinel = -・ nzny . Geometrical ... Page 31

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**inelastic**amplitude ( X ; | T | X ; ) = ( 1 — ni ) ei ; — ( 1 — nj ) E ij ( 4.4 ) is proportional to the difference between the absorption of the produced particle and the absorption of the incident particle . One still faces the ...### Common terms and phrases

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