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

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**photons**. Interactions of high energy electrons and neutrinos are briefly men- tioned . The common features of all ...**photon**- nucleus interactions ; they are not well known in the case of neutrino reactions and very virtual**photons**... Page 2

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**photons**inter- acting with nucleons - where the strongly interacting vector mesons seem to dominate in the case of neutrino interactions - as was pointed out by Adler [ 7 ] -T - mesons should be important ) . In other words , in all the ... Page 27

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**PHOTON PHOTON**POSITRON INITIAL ELECTRON - POSITRON WAVE FUNCTION Diffractive Scattering from the target FINAL ELECTRON - POSITRON WAVE FUNCTION the " relativistic wave functions " in an analogous way to that shown above in the case of ... Page 30

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**photon**) . We want to compute ( X ; | TX ; ) . We expand | X ; ) into a set of states | A ) whose scattering and absorption in the target we assume known : | { ; ) = Σdij | λ ; ) | Xi ) = Σcij | X ; ) 2 | Xi ) , | X ; ) form orthonormal ... Page 41

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**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 suggestive then to accept that**photons**have 41.### Common terms and phrases

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