## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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... are the

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**initial**and final wave functions of the target nucleus . One can produce many arguments which make this important formula plausible . One can use , e.g. , an optical description of attenuation of a wave penetrating a medium ... Page 18

( ii ) Nondiffractive processes are presumably not contributing to the inelastic shadowbecause the whole configuration of the target would eventually have to go back to the

( ii ) Nondiffractive processes are presumably not contributing to the inelastic shadowbecause the whole configuration of the target would eventually have to go back to the

**initial**... Page 27

... that when we use the same internal wave function in the

... that when we use the same internal wave function in the

**initial**and final states , we exclude , by doing this , any possible relativistic deformations of the recoiling target ( we are still discussing only elastic processes ) . Page 35

Then their energies differ : > M2 - M * E - E * = Vp ? + M2- Vpa + M * 2 2p p large 4 ( The only important thing in these approximations is to have very large longitudinal momenta in the

Then their energies differ : > M2 - M * E - E * = Vp ? + M2- Vpa + M * 2 2p p large 4 ( The only important thing in these approximations is to have very large longitudinal momenta in the

**initial**and final states . ) ... Page 56

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