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

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**step**Χ x = { exp ( if dz'a ( x , y , z ) 81 Xi . + x ( z + △ z ) − x ( z ) = iAzK ( 81 ∙ B1 — ¿ 81 · E1σ2 ) x ( ≈ ) , x ( z + Az ) = eiAzK ( ··· ) x ( 2 ) , should be applied in order of increasing z's . That is what { ... } + means ... Page 18

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**steps**) are excluded . O O O They are the source of the so - called inelastic screening ( or inelastic shadowing ) phenomenon [ 47 ] . In order to include them we have to ascribe some kind of structure to the incident particle . Earlier ... Page 35

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**steps**: ( i ) Find a " plausible " model and identify the components of the incident and outgoing systems . ( ii ) Compute the transition matrix element by making the components scatter elastically from the target . If one can implement ... Page 43

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**step**. There are other possible interactions of the same order of magnitude ( ~ e ) whose role one should discuss : for instance all kinds of such Compton - like processes which do not belong to the VMD model , where the photon is ... Page 55

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**step**" model for diffractive production of hadrons in hadron- nucleus collisions . In this " one**step**" process , the production takes place on a nucleon inside the nucleus . Coherent diffractive photo - production of vector mesons ...### Common terms and phrases

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