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

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**initial**and final wave functions of the target nucleus . Yi , ( 2.1 ) 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

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**initial**one - a very complex process in which the whole of the nucleus must take part ( hence it occurs with small probability ) . ( iii ) Hence " inelastic shadowing " stands a good chance to contribute little ( a few percent ) to the ... Page 27

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**initial**and final states , we exclude , by doing this , any possible relativistic deformations of the recoiling target ( we are still discussing only elastic processes ) . For large momentum transfers ( A2 / M2 ~ 1 ) this is probably ... Page 35

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**initial**and final states . ) As long as the time of the passage through ( or the interaction with ) the target is T << 2p M2 — M * 2 › we can consider the states to be degenerate because their relative phase factor during the collision ... Page 56

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**initial**( one pion ) and the final ( 3 states ) . Let us repeat the arguments again . 1**Initial**state = + Final state = 2 2 small admixture = | Ĭ ) + d | 2 ) 1 + - = | 2 ) —d * | ĩ ) small admixture ( the orthogonality condition ...### Common terms and phrases

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