## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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Of course , we cannot cover all

Of course , we cannot cover all

**problems**related to the interactions of hadrons , photons , and electrons ( virtual photons ) with nuclei — we must choose a certain point of view which unifies all these**problems**. Page 7

So , we have to deal with a coupled channels

So , we have to deal with a coupled channels

**problem**. We can make the following remark : sometimes coupled channels can be decoupled by diagonalization . . A remark about " decoupling " channels through ... Page 12

We can also have a look at this

We can also have a look at this

**problem**from the point of view of a Glauber - like description of scattering of two composite objects . The formulae given below are interesting also because they may be used to analyze high energy ... Page 18

To analyze this

To analyze this

**problem**in more detail , one has to link it with diffractive production processes and we shall postpone such a discussion until our analysis of such processes . Here , let us make only the following points : a ( i ) ... Page 23

In the case of more complicated targets the situation is much more involved and often leads to some serious computational

In the case of more complicated targets the situation is much more involved and often leads to some serious computational

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