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

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**factor**during the collision is very small and we have exp [ -i ( E— E * ) τ ] ~ 1 to very good accuracy . In fact the same argument shows that the incident state and the produced state can also be considered degenerate in the limit p ... Page 45

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**factor**of almost 2 ! ( Unless there is a strong dependence on the invariant mass of a virtual photon ) . One can also get the correct answer when one accepts that there is a contribution from a Compton - like process ( not given by the ... Page 47

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**factor**partly destroys the coherence of the process of producing V's over the whole nuclear volume . We construct the production amplitude as the ( previously introduced ) picture of multiple scattering tells us to . For the independent ... Page 48

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**factor**is irrelevant , but when there are more scattering centers we obtain M ( q ) = Σeiar”Mj ( q ) , which is the formula used here . 6 The argument in yy , which gives the elastic scattering vector meson - nucleon profiles , should ... Page 50

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**factors**" eis || 2 and exp [ iσvNvN1⁄2T ( b , z ) ] . So , the differential cross section for photoproduction of vector mesons should , in general , be sensitive to both σ and N. This is very important because these quantities cannot be ...### Common terms and phrases

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