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

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**multiple scattering**and shadowing processes inside of the target nuclei . An effort is made to develop a unified way of treating nuclear interactions of particles which are either hadrons or exhibit some hadronic components in such ... Page 2

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**multiple scattering**process of strongly interacting particles inside of nuclear matter ( or more generally : just a**multiple scattering**process with forces strong enough to insure the existence of**multiple scattering**) . Hence we shall ... Page 4

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**multiple scattering**theory , but we shall not present it here . In fact it is amazing that ( 2.1 ) works so well . Even in the conceptually simplest cases of rela- tivistic potential scattering one can give examples in which it breaks ... Page 21

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**multiple scattering**description ) . 00 -1 From this expression ( 3.7 ) one can see that the interplay of x . ( b ) and ( b ) is , in this optical limit , determined by the size and sign of a , and ap . Some calculations were done [ 15 ] ... Page 24

... M ( A ) = ik ( R2 + 2a ) exp R2A2 1 » ( " ) ± ( ) ( → 1 ~ } [ ; ( = +2 ] • [ { } ( R2 + 20 ) a ' ] ( ) ( ) 4A ( -1 ) +1 . o ( 1 - ia ) j [ 2 ( R2 + 2a ) exp - 4j Many general features of the

... M ( A ) = ik ( R2 + 2a ) exp R2A2 1 » ( " ) ± ( ) ( → 1 ~ } [ ; ( = +2 ] • [ { } ( R2 + 20 ) a ' ] ( ) ( ) 4A ( -1 ) +1 . o ( 1 - ia ) j [ 2 ( R2 + 2a ) exp - 4j Many general features of the

**multiple scattering**are included in 24.### Common terms and phrases

absorption additivity of phase anomalous magnetic moment Ãº approximately assume attenuation beam Bureau of Standards coherent diffractive production collision Compton scattering compute Coulomb interactions Czyż d³r db bJo db exp i▲·b deuteron diagonalization diffractive production processes diffractive scattering discussed double scattering elastic scattering amplitude electromagnetic equation example excited experiments factor Feynman diagrams formula four-momentum Glauber model hadrons Hence high energy limit incident particle incident wave inelastic shadowing Interactions of High invariant mass K mesons multiple scattering National Bureau neutrino neutrons ññ Note nuclear matter nuclear targets nuclei nucleon obtained optical theorem parameters phase shifts photon photoproduction of vector physical pion production amplitude profiles quantum numbers regeneration Řº shadowing effects single scattering spin strongly interacting target nucleus total cross section vector meson VMD model wave function Απ γν ΦΩ