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

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**regeneration**given below is an example where we know n's however ! ) The situation changes when One must , however , keep in mind that in the case when the coefficients di ; are zero or of the same order of magnitude one does predict ... Page 32

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**regenerate**K , mesons because K ° and K ° interact differently with matter , they are absorbed differently . ( e.g. , Ko ...**regeneration**is sketched . ко ко MACROSCOPIC TARGET One can , however , also observe diffractive production of 32. Page 33

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**regeneration**( which comes from a coherent process whose coherence extends over the whole block of matter ) dominates . The amplitude ( neglecting 8 ) is MKL ° → K ‚ ° = 1⁄2 ( Ko | T | Ko ) – 1⁄2 ‹ Ão | T | Ko ) . Hence MÂ ° → K ... Page 34

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**regeneration**than protons . In this case we have not , however , obtained any new information about the elementary processes and the structure of K ̧ ° and K1o . 2. The main feature of the K**regeneration**process seems to be very general ... Page 42

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**regeneration**problem : we are expanding our physical states into states which are " physical in their strong interactions . " Since we know strongly interacting vector mesons with the same quantum numbers as the photon , the simplest ...### Common terms and phrases

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