## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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One can use , e.g. , an optical description of

One can use , e.g. , an optical description of

**attenuation**of a wave penetrating a medium . One can also use some arguments based on approximate solutions of the wave equation of the incident particle interacting through potentials with ... Page 49

Note that for nucleons at different positions z , the

Note that for nucleons at different positions z , the

**attenuation**of the outgoing vector meson beam is different . So , in the last two expressions for M ( 9V ) our My ( q ) depend on the position of all the other nucleons . Page 54

... with our experience in photoproduction of vector mesons on nuclear targets we can easily remedy this situation . So , the only change we should introduce into the formulae given for vector meson photoproduction is an

... with our experience in photoproduction of vector mesons on nuclear targets we can easily remedy this situation . So , the only change we should introduce into the formulae given for vector meson photoproduction is an

**attenuation**of ... Page 55

meson photoproduction is an

meson photoproduction is an

**attenuation**of the incident beam of hadrons ( the incident photons were not**attenuated**due to the weakness of electromagnetic interactions ) . Let us make this extension explicitly and obtain the so - called ... Page 61

The formula ( 5.7 ) contains the correct

The formula ( 5.7 ) contains the correct

**attenuation**of the outgoing object ( compare the discussion of experimental results given previously ) . Then the elastic scattering amplitude of ( 1 ) ( = | * ) ) is totally determined M ( 1-1 ) ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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