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

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**coupling**between | I ) and | 2 ) states in order to have a " one step " description , since , when the**coupling**is weak , we can replace E and ( 1 | T | 1 ) ~ { 60. Page 61

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**coupling**case " it is physically more accurate to describe the initial and final states as composed , approxi- mately , of one and three particles , respectively . ) π Note the following amusing point : Assuming | ) to be in the form of ... Page 62

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**coupling**" description of diffractive production which , in contrast to the " one step " description , is not a perturbative approach : ( i ) In the " strong**coupling**" model there is an internal relation between elastic and production ... Page 63

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**coupling**between | 1 ) and 2 ) . Then , let us take the case where | 1 ) scatters only elastically ( hence we forbid the inter- mediate states | 2 ) ) . Then the attenuation of the incident wave is ( ii ) eik z ( 1 − ( 1 | T | 1 ) ...### Common terms and phrases

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