## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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22904 Elastic scattering and diffractive production processes induced in

22904 Elastic scattering and diffractive production processes induced in

**nuclear targets**by high energy projectiles are discussed in this article . Special attention is paid to the interaction of high energy hadrons and photons . Page 28

The nucleon and

The nucleon and

**nuclear targets**supplement each other because the nuclear medium amplifies the scattering of the produced objects . The model of diffractive processes described below is based on : M. L. Good and W. D. Walker ( 1960 ) ... Page 45

It had been checked both for nucleon and

It had been checked both for nucleon and

**nuclear targets**(**nuclear targets**: Pb , Cu , C ) [ 37 ] . Nucleon targets : The authors assumed the wand o contributions to ot ( y , nucleon ) to be 20 + 2ub Φ ( remember : this is just a small ... Page 46

It is in fact commonly accepted that they form a sound basis for analysis of production of vector mesons on various

It is in fact commonly accepted that they form a sound basis for analysis of production of vector mesons on various

**nuclear targets**and , since it is comparatively well documented experimentally , it is instructive to outline it here . Page 53

The following

The following

**targets**were used : H2 , Be , C , AI , Ti , Cu , Ag , Cd , In , Ta , W , Au , Pb , U. The ... has to make some corrections in order to obtain the coherent p - production cross sections : ( i )**nuclear**excitations should be ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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