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

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**regeneration**on one nucleon is weak ; never- theless , this process cannot be described correctly as a one - step process . Indeed , from the " one step " formula ( 5.2 ) we get 2fKL - K , σκί - σκι M ( KL - K , ) = ( 5.3 ) which is ... Page 60

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**regeneration**amplitude on a single nucleon as a factor similarly to that appearing in the " one step " description , ( 5.3 ) . For a nucleon target we have : For a nucleus target we have : M ( KL → K1 ) = 1 ik 22π :) . fKL - K , 2 ( fK ... Page 61

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**regeneration**) would explain the observed effects . ( Note that we are working in the high energy limit , hence our arguments are based on the assumption that the absorption properties of the objects produced are the same in this limit ... Page 66

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**regeneration**they are degenerate and identical with | Ko ) and | Ão ) ) . In general they do not have a well defined energy . The states | a ) are decoupled , that is to say only diagonal elements ( a | T│a ) are different from zero ...### Common terms and phrases

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