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

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... -Ev | ky , 0 ) . Then the

... -Ev | ky , 0 ) . Then the

**photoproduction**of V ( on a hadronic target ) has the forward amplitude ( kv | H ' | kq ) M ( y → V ) = ( 0 , kv | tv | 0 , kv ) E - Ev Similarly , the elastic scattering of a high energy photon 42. Page 45

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**photoproduction**, ŋy was also extracted from Compton scattering and leptonic decays . From the table above one can also see that the p meson contribution is more important than the contribution of the other two vector mesons . Let us go ... Page 46

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**Photoproduction**of Vector Bosons The breakdown of VMD which one sees from the results of Caldwell et al . [ 37 ] does not elimi- nate the possibility that the previously worked out relations between M ( y - p ) and M ( p → p ) are good ... Page 49

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**photoproduction**of vector bosons on nuclei [ S3 ] . Let us also quote , for the sake of completeness ( without giving derivation ) , the amplitude for elastic scattering of photons from a nucleus derived from the multiple scattering ... Page 50

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**photoproduction**of vector mesons . The formulae discussed above were applied to analyze a multitude of experimental data . The first suggestion that one can obtain some important information on the properties of V - nucleon interactions ...### Common terms and phrases

absorption additivity analysis approximately assume attenuation beam coherent collision complete components compute consider contribution corrections Coulomb Coulomb interactions coupling cross section db exp db exp i▲·b depend describe deuteron diffractive production processes discussed effects elastic scattering elastic scattering amplitude equation example excited existence experimental experiments expression fact factor field final formula forward given gives Glauber ground hadrons Hence high energy limit important incident particle inelastic initial Institute interactions introduce magnetic mass measurement momentum transfer multiple scattering Note nuclear nuclear targets nuclei nucleon numbers objects obtained parameters phase shifts photon photoproduction physical position possible problem profiles regeneration shadowing single Standards step strong structure technical vector meson wave function weak