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

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**strong**enough to insure the existence of multiple scattering ) . Hence we shall start with the very successful model of such processes : the Glauber model . 2. Description of Multiple Scattering 2.1 . General Remarks To construct the ... Page 10

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**strong**inter- actions are mediated through vector fields ( analogous to the electromagnetic field ) one can expect the " principle of additivity of phase shifts " to be violated . 3. Elastic Scattering of Hadrons from Nuclei Let us go ... Page 19

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**strong**interactions were switched off ) and the**strong**interaction phase shift ( x . , the phase shift we would get if the Coulomb interactions were switched off ; for x , we have the expression xs = Ex . ) . This assumption is , of ... Page 39

... com- plete ) but in total agreement with the Bethe and Maximon formulae [ 34 ] for the high energy limit of the pair production cross section in a

... com- plete ) but in total agreement with the Bethe and Maximon formulae [ 34 ] for the high energy limit of the pair production cross section in a

**strong**Coulomb field [ 35 ] . Example 2 : One particle exchange process : Drell and 39. Page 42

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**strong**interactions go , it is physical . The situation is very similar to that in the K → K , regeneration problem : we are expanding our physical states into states which are " physical in their**strong**interactions . " Since we know ...### Common terms and phrases

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