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

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**Shadowing**effects in inelastic electron - nucleus scattering , ( 7 )**Shadowing**effects in neutrino reactions on nuclei . Key words : Diffractive production ; diffractive scattering ; Glauber model ; hadronic components of photons ; high ... Page 2

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**shadowing**effects . So , the crucial point in our discussion is an understanding of a multiple scattering process of strongly interacting particles inside of nuclear matter ( or more generally : just a multiple scattering process with ... Page 18

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**shadowing**) phenomenon [ 47 ] . In order to include them we have to ascribe some kind of structure to the incident particle . Earlier in these notes we gave some examples of such cases . To analyze this problem in more detail , one has ... Page 41

... established fact that , at high energy , photons exhibit

... established fact that , at high energy , photons exhibit

**shadowing**. The total photo cross sections for complex nuclei vary approximately as A ° .9 in the few GeV energy range . It is very suggestive then to accept that photons have 41. Page 42

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**shadowing**fully developed . We can see , therefore , that full**shadowing**occurs at high enough energies . At low photon energies | E - E , | is large and the corresponding fluctuation cannot interact with the whole nucleus . How can one ...### Common terms and phrases

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