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

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**amplitude**becomes purely imaginary ( absorptive ) . A geometrical picture of single- , double- , etc. scattering ...**production**experiments on deuterons ( see section 4.2 ) . ( ii ) One can also see ( again , 25. Page 30

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**production amplitude**is proportional to the difference in absorptions of the i , j components . This is a very general property . All specific models of diffractive production pro- cesses I know of exhibit this property . Otherwise the ... Page 31

Wiesław Czyż. we accept that diffractive

Wiesław Czyż. we accept that diffractive

**production**processes are weak compared to elastic ...**amplitude**( X ; | T | X ; ) = ( 1 - ni ) € ¡ ¡ — ( 1 — nj ) Eij ( 4.4 ) is proportional to the difference between the absorption of the**produced**... Page 33

Wiesław Czyż. One can , however , also observe diffractive

Wiesław Czyż. One can , however , also observe diffractive

**production**of K , ° from K1 ° on individual nuclei . Cross sections for such diffractive coherent**production**...**amplitude**( neglecting ) is MKLK , ° = 2 ( K ° | T | Ko ) – 1⁄2 ( Řo | ... Page 36

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**production amplitude**is : p≈p , ñ + р≈ « + р . Mƒ ; = ( p | T | ğ ) d1o d1⁄2 ′′ ” + ( ññ | T | ññ ) d1⁄23 d ̧ TM ” . Suppose the target is a nucleon , then ( pTp ) is taken to be the proton - nucleon elastic scat- tering amplitude ...### Common terms and phrases

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