## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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Hence one can use the same technique to

Hence one can use the same technique to

**describe**the processes on simple and composite ( e.g. , nuclei ) targets ( S4 ] . Relation of the above model to some well established techniques of**describing**diffractive dissociation . Page 46

27 M ( 7V ) is given graphically below rum v In the high energy limit ( wo ) one can also

27 M ( 7V ) is given graphically below rum v In the high energy limit ( wo ) one can also

**describe**this process as follows : the photon penetrates the nucleus up to a certain point where it converts into a V meson which scatters ... Page 51

Just to give some idea of how the results look , let us

Just to give some idea of how the results look , let us

**describe**briefly the results of po photoproduction on deuterium ( R. L. Anderson et al . [ 39 ] ) and a DESY - MIT experiment ( H. Alvensleben et al . Page 60

( From ( 5.5 ) one can see again that the " one step ” formula ( 5.3 ) is incapable of

( From ( 5.5 ) one can see again that the " one step ” formula ( 5.3 ) is incapable of

**describing**K1 - K , regeneration on nuclei ) . Let us go back to the general case of incoming particle 1 and outgoing particle 2. Page 61

( In the weak coupling case ” it is physically more accurate to

( In the weak coupling case ” it is physically more accurate to

**describe**the initial and final states as composed , approximately , of one and three particles , respectively . ) Note the following amusing point : Assuming | * ) to be in ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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