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

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... eik z = II [ 1 — y ; ( b − s ; ) ] ę ik z j = 1 A r ( b , s1 . . . SA ) = 1 — [ 1 - y ; ( b - s , ) ] . j = 1 So , we get again the formulae of section 2 . The previous case dealt with an elementary

... eik z = II [ 1 — y ; ( b − s ; ) ] ę ik z j = 1 A r ( b , s1 . . . SA ) = 1 — [ 1 - y ; ( b - s , ) ] . j = 1 So , we get again the formulae of section 2 . The previous case dealt with an elementary

**object**scattering from 11 = Page 12

Wiesław Czyż. The previous case dealt with an elementary

Wiesław Czyż. The previous case dealt with an elementary

**object**scattering from a composite**object**. We already saw in the ...**objects**. The formulae given below are interesting also because they may be used to analyze high energy nucleus ... Page 14

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**objects**be R. and Rь . The calculations of ref . [ 12 ] show that the smaller is R , the nearer we are to the additivity of ( b ) -nucleon phase shifts . But that means that this additivity improves with increase of the binding of ( b ) ... Page 15

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**objects**( e.g. , their transverse density distributions ) . If these geometric characteristics do not depend on energy , one gets the total cross section ( from the optical theorem ) which is energy independent . So , it seems to be ... Page 28

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**objects**. The model of diffractive processes described below is based on : M. L. Good and W. D. Walker ( 1960 ) [ 23 ] . The article which discusses some very early papers on the subject is : E. L. Feinberg and I. Pomerančuk ( 1956 ) ...### Common terms and phrases

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