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

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**photon**- hadron interaction . We can write the physical**photon**state as follows ...**vector**mesons with the same quantum numbers as the**photon**, the simplest ...**photoproduction**of V ( on a hadronic target ) has the forward amplitude M ... Page 45

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**photoproduction**, VN 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 ... 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

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