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

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**problems**related to the interactions of hadrons , photons , and electrons ( virtual photons ) with nuclei - we must choose a certain point of view which unifies all these**problems**. The common denominator which we shall emphasize is the ... Page 7

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**problem**. We can also make the following remark : sometimes coupled channels can be decoupled by diagonalization . · A remark about “ decoupling " channels through a diagonalization procedure Start with a generalization ( to N channels ) ... Page 12

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**problem**from the point of view of a Glauber - like description of scattering of two composite objects . The formulae given below are interesting also because they may be used to analyze high energy nucleus - nucleus collisions ( which ... Page 18

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**problem**in more detail , one has to link it with diffractive production processes and we shall postpone such a discussion until our analysis of such processes . Here , let us make only the following points : ( i ) Diffractive production ... Page 23

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**problems**. Let us introduce the transverse component of the c.m. vector r = 1 A 1⁄2 Sj , and the relative coordinates which are not independent any more : s1 = s ; -r , 8 , s ' + r A Ź s ; ' = 0 = 0 . The operator M ( A ; $ 1 ... SA ) ...### Common terms and phrases

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