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

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**POSSIBLE**EXCITED STATES Suppose we reject the intermediate excited states and take only the ground state as a**possible**inter- mediate state ( this is the way to eliminate all channels but one ) . Then each y ; can be averaged over r1 ... Page 14

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**possible**phase shifts of the pairs of components of ( a ) and ( b ) . Let us consider some limiting cases of eq ( 3.2 ) ( compare ref . [ 12 ] ) . Let the radii of the two composite objects be R. and Rь . The calculations of ref . [ 12 ] ... Page 18

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**possible**effects which the model allows for ) and then found a definite dis- crepancy with experimentally measured Tor - it would very strongly suggest the existence of inelastic shadowing phenomena described above . In fact such an ... Page 22

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**possible**deformations ) but not internal correlations . From the published analyses of hadron - nucleus scattering ( see e.g. , [ S2 ] , [ 15 ] , [ 3 ] ) one may conclude that : ( i ) the shapes of target nuclei are the 22. Page 27

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**possible**relativistic deformations of the recoiling target ( we are still discussing only elastic processes ) . For large momentum transfers ( A2 / M2 ~ 1 ) this is probably not a good approximation . Take the deuteron example . In the ...### Common terms and phrases

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