## Interactions of High Energy Particles with Nuclei |

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... Voir tin ( There are three known

... Voir tin ( There are three known

**vector mesons**: p , w , with masses m = 765 MeV , m.2784 MeV , mo = 1020 MeV ) . ... high energy photon - nucleus interaction to only**vector meson**interactions ( VMD model ) is a very drastic step . Page 44

1/2 D ) ( 4.8 ) ky γν V d22 By measuring independently the forward

1/2 D ) ( 4.8 ) ky γν V d22 By measuring independently the forward

**vector meson**production cross sections and the total photo cross section one can check the internal consistency of the VMD . There are some other tests but the above ... Page 45

From the table above one can also see that the p meson contribution is more important than the contribution of the other two

From the table above one can also see that the p meson contribution is more important than the contribution of the other two

**vector mesons**. Let us go back to formula ( 4.8 ) . It had been checked both for nucleon and nuclear targets ... Page 46

Photoproduction of Vector Bosons The breakdown of VMD which one sees from the results of Caldwell et al . ... It is in fact commonly accepted that they form a sound basis for analysis of production of

Photoproduction of Vector Bosons The breakdown of VMD which one sees from the results of Caldwell et al . ... It is in fact commonly accepted that they form a sound basis for analysis of production of

**vector mesons**on various nuclear ... Page 48

... for the production of a V meson on the jth nucleon with the screening of the other nucleons taken into account . ... which gives the elastic scattering

... for the production of a V meson on the jth nucleon with the screening of the other nucleons taken into account . ... which gives the elastic scattering

**vector meson**- nucleon profiles , should be the transverse distance between a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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