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

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**vector meson**production on nuclei or 3 ′′ ( 5 ) coherent diffractive production ( compare refs . [ S3 , S4 , S5 ] ) 1 is a good example of the role of nuclear targets . One observed also excitations of specific nuclear levels by high ... Page 9

... vector particle ( hence a very relevant kind of particle to our further analysis ) . Example 2. Scattering of a charged

... vector particle ( hence a very relevant kind of particle to our further analysis ) . Example 2. Scattering of a charged

**vector meson**in a static field ( we shall quote the results , for more details see refs . [ 9 , 10 ] ) . Let us ... Page 38

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**vector meson**dominance models which are employed to describe interactions with hadronic targets at high energy , a process which will be discussed later . Example 1 : The processes of QED : ( a ) Bremsstrahlung : the Feynman diagrams ... Page 41

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**vector meson**dominance : It is now a well 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 ... Page 42

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**vector mesons**with the same quantum numbers as the photon , the simplest possible assumption one can make is to accept that the | 0 , n ) states are domi- nated by a**vector meson**( or mesons ) . In fact , there is a well - known model ...### Common terms and phrases

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