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

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**vector meson**interactions ( VMD model ) is a very drastic step . There are other possible interactions of the same ...**vector mesons**and is properly taken care of by the VMD model description of photon - nucleus interactions . If ... Page 44

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**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 equation was used in the analysis published recently by D. O. Caldwell ... Page 45

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... 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 ( nuclear targets : Pb , Cu , C ) [ 37 ] . 3 T ... Page 46

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**vector mesons**on various nuclear targets and , since it is comparatively well docu- mented experimentally , it is instructive to outline it here . The production amplitude of a vector boson is ( in the limit w → ∞ ) M ( Y → V ) V πα ... Page 48

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**meson**on the jth nucleon with the screening of the other nucleons taken into account . For a given configuration of ...**vector**. As long as there is only one scattering center this phase factor is irrelevant , but when there are ...### Common terms and phrases

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