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

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**invariant mass**of the n- system : * 2 Mnr2 = ( √ B22 + p12 + mn2 + √ ( 1 − ẞ ) 2w2 + p12 + m , 2 ) 2- ( p1 - p1 ) 2 - ( Bw + ( 1 − ẞ ) w ) 2 1 [ p12 + m‚2 ( 1 − ß ) + m‚2ß ] , 843 B ( 1-8 ) and the four - momentum transfers : -tpm2 ... Page 42

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**invariant mass**of the hadronic component n ) . Then mn | E , — En | = | w- √ w2 + mn2 | ≈ → 0 . 2 ய 843 ky ( w , 0,0 , w ) m Pn 2 ( w , 0 , 0 , √w2 + m2 ) The time during which the hadronic vacuum fluctuation lives is At≈ | ( E ... Page 45

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**invariant mass**of a virtual photon ) . One can also get the correct answer when one accepts that there is a contribution from a Compton - like process ( not given by the VMD model ! ) which does not show any screening and is ... Page 54

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**invariant mass**, 2w 1 = >> R , m2 be much larger than the target radius , R. At presently available energies this condition is satisfied for nucleon targets but it is not satisfied for nuclear targets . 2. The consequence of this fact ... Page 56

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**invariant mass**distribution W ( m ) obtained from coherent production of 3 on a nucleon . There are many uncertainties in this calculation but the result seems to indicate that one gets to the limit A = 0 rather slowly and with ...### Common terms and phrases

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