## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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Hence the so - called

**inelastic**shadowing effect increases the penetrability of a specific component . We have considered only the 2X2 case but one can consider much more involved systems ( which contain more than two components ) . Page 66

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Shadowing Effects in

**Inelastic**Electron - Nucleus Scattering Experiments performed to see shadowing effects in**inelastic**electron - nucleus scattering failed to show it - see H. Kendall in ref . [ S5 ] .**Inelastic**electron scattering ... Page 67

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( Remember that this

**inelastic**electron scattering experiment sums over all possible interactions of the virtual photons consistent with the kinematics of the experiment , hence a total cross section for virtual photons is being ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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