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

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**problems**have been discussed in a series of papers by Cheng and Wu [ 21 , 22 ] ( see also [ 30 ] , [ S4 ] ) . 4. Diffractive Dissociation and Diffractive Excitation Diffractive processes - a 27 27. Page 31

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**problem**of specifying the absorption parameters 7 ; and the coefficients eżj . The coefficient 7 ; of the incident particle is , as a rule , easy because this is a well - known particle which can form a beam and its scattering ( elastic ) ... Page 42

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**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 possible ... Page 53

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**problems**of interference between and p produc- tions are also relevant ( see T. H. Bauer in ref . [ 25 ] ) . ( i ) and ( ii ) can be reliably estimated . Take ( i ) . The process can be computed in the same manner as the poor energy ... Page 54

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**problems**now . A summary of the picture of high energy photon interactions with hadronic targets ( which include nuclei ) . 1. We considered the high energy limit of elastic scattering of photons by nucleons and nuclei . We discussed ...### Common terms and phrases

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