## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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Before indicating other possibilities of interpretation of the low

Before indicating other possibilities of interpretation of the low

**absorption**effect , let us consider an example of a two component system ( such as was described before , e.g. , by eq ( 5.6 ) ) penetrating a piece of nuclear matter . Page 63

A very important conclusion follows from this observation : by introducing strong coupling between the initial state of the incident particle and some other states one may reduce considerably the

A very important conclusion follows from this observation : by introducing strong coupling between the initial state of the incident particle and some other states one may reduce considerably the

**absorption**of the initial state in ... Page 65

Now let us go back and close our discussion of the coherent diffractive production by pions of 3 and 57 systems on nuclei by formulating more completely the " one step " description which allows for reduction of

Now let us go back and close our discussion of the coherent diffractive production by pions of 3 and 57 systems on nuclei by formulating more completely the " one step " description which allows for reduction of

**absorption**for the ... Page 66

There is no com- monly accepted model of such a structure but there are many examples ( [ 41 ] , [ 44 ] , [ 45 ] , [ S4 ] ) which show that one may obtain the desired low

There is no com- monly accepted model of such a structure but there are many examples ( [ 41 ] , [ 44 ] , [ 45 ] , [ S4 ] ) which show that one may obtain the desired low

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