## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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... and diffractive excitation , ( 5 ) Diffractive production of hadrons in hadron - nucleon collisions , ( 6 ) Shadowing effects in

... and diffractive excitation , ( 5 ) Diffractive production of hadrons in hadron - nucleon collisions , ( 6 ) Shadowing effects in

**inelastic**electron - nucleus scattering , ( 7 ) Shadowing effects in neutrino reactions on nuclei . Page 18

O O O O They are the source of the so - called

O 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 in these notes we ... Page 28

... Compton scattering , etc. in hadron physics ; all kinds of elastic hadron - hadron scattering do ( experiments seem to indicate that the = f ( ) differential cross sections depend weakly DA ? on energy )

... Compton scattering , etc. in hadron physics ; all kinds of elastic hadron - hadron scattering do ( experiments seem to indicate that the = f ( ) differential cross sections depend weakly DA ? on energy )

**inelastic**processes : 7 - sp ... Page 29

Let us compute the elastic and

Let us compute the elastic and

**inelastic**scattering amplitudes . Since the transmitted wave is y = n , V , the wave which goes into scattering and production is ry - 4 = n ,, = ley + Aineinge , But Vy = n , Yn - nzYnyez ; hence 1 λο1 ... Page 31

... zero zero = ( 1-7 ; 8 ; teji ( 1-7 ; ) - Eji ( 1 - ni ) . In this approximation ( Til T | 1i ) = 1 - mi = 2 Hence the absorption parameters ni are determined by elastic scattering of real particles . The

... zero zero = ( 1-7 ; 8 ; teji ( 1-7 ; ) - Eji ( 1 - ni ) . In this approximation ( Til T | 1i ) = 1 - mi = 2 Hence the absorption parameters ni are determined by elastic scattering of real particles . The

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