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

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**importance**in high energy physics . Work on vector meson production on nuclei or 3 ′′ ( 5 ) coherent diffractive ...**important**for physicists working on nuclear structure - although this point does not seem to be well established ... Page 2

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**important**) . In other words , in all the processes we are going to discuss , strongly interacting particles appear ( as real or virtual particles ) which may produce shadowing effects . So , the crucial point in our discussion is an ... Page 3

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**important**formula plausible . 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 ... Page 4

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**importance**. The most complete analysis one can perform is presumably to employ the Watson multiple scattering theory , but we shall not present it here . In fact it is amazing that ( 2.1 ) works so well . Even in the conceptually ... Page 18

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**important**questions to be answered by the very high energy experiments of the future : how much cross section goes into diffractive production processes . ) ( ii ) Nondiffractive processes are presumably not contributing to the ...### Common terms and phrases

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