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

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**obtained**from the optical theorem , e.g. Im fk + p = k . σκη Απ ( ii ) the real parts from dispersion relations ( for more details compare [ 26 ] ) . The amplitudes for neutrons are then**obtained**using some further acrobatics , as ... Page 34

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**obtained**a very important piece of information about the target nuclei : the neutron distribution . This is so because neutrons are more effective in regeneration than protons . In this case we have not , however ,**obtained**any new ... Page 44

... with the value given above , 118 ± 4 μb . All these parameters are

... with the value given above , 118 ± 4 μb . All these parameters are

**obtained**from a host of various experiments : yv2 / 4 from ete - storage rings where the following process is observed : e συν and v ( not shown above ) from 44. Page 45

... a purely electromagnetic interaction to

... a purely electromagnetic interaction to

**obtain**a contribution ~ A . It could come from a heavy vector boson whose 1≈ 2w My2 << R is still short because its rest mass is large . Conclusion : The VMD model is only approximately correct . 45. Page 47

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**obtain**1 = 1 M ( Y → V ) = ikr 2π [ db exp ( i △ · b ) [ 1- ( 1- ( V | TV ) ) 4 ] . ( V│T│V ) But ( V│T│Y ) ( V | F | V ) because , on one nucleon Υπα Mnucleon ( Y → V ) = = γν and = Υπο γν Mnucleon ( V → V ) ikv Mnucleon = d2b ...### Common terms and phrases

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