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

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**single**particle wave functions . Let us assume also that all particles have the same**single**particle wave functions . The ground state wave functions are : A ( a ) = = Ĥ ço ( r ; ( a ) ) , B ¥ ( b ) = II ¢ o ( r¿ ( b ) ) , 2 ik M = 2T ... Page 25

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**single**and double scattering . do log dA Deuteron Target**Single**Double Δ 2 Remark : In fact , this clear distinction between**single**and double scattering was used to extract the p - nucleon total cross section in y - p production ... Page 26

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**SINGLE**DOUBLE 12 A But ( m | S12 m ' ) # 0 in general ( also ( m | S12 S12 | m ′ ) # 0 ) . This matrix element enters ( m | M ( △ , s ) | m ' ) and results in spin - flip transitions ( classically : rotation of the deuteron spin ) ... Page 38

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**single**and double scattering of the n- system This represents both**single**and double scattering of the n- system . р - in which the diffractive elastic scattering occurs either before or after the fluctuation takes place . Note that in ... Page 43

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**single**scattering contribution of the multiple scattering of vector mesons and is properly taken care of by the VMD model description of photon - nucleus interactions . If , however , the VMD model fails to reproduce the total photon ...### Common terms and phrases

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