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

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**nuclear targets**by high energy projectiles are discussed in this article . Special attention is paid to the interaction of high energy hadrons and photons . Interactions of high energy electrons and neutrinos are briefly men- tioned ... Page 28

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**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 ) [ 23 ] . The ... Page 45

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**nuclear targets**(**nuclear targets**: Pb , Cu , C ) [ 37 ] . ω Nucleon targets : The authors assumed the w and contributions to or ( y , nucleon ) to be 20 ± 2 μb ( remember : this is just a small contribution ) . Then , by measuring σr ... Page 46

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**nuclear targets**and , since it is comparatively well docu- mented experimentally , it is instructive to outline it here . The production amplitude of a vector boson is ( in the limit w →→ ∞ ) Υπα M ( Y → V ) = ( 0 , kv | tv | 0 , kv ... Page 53

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**targets**were used : H2 , Be , C , Al , Ti , Cu , Ag , Cd , In , Ta , W , Au , Pb , U. The parameters obtained from ...**nuclear**excitations should be removed ( ii ) processes which lead to π production ( other than p - production ) should ...### Common terms and phrases

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