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## J/Ψ- nucleon inelastic scattering cross-section dependence Feynman variableAuthor: JiaLiFangTutor: DuanChunGui School: Hebei Normal Course: Theoretical Physics Keywords: J / ψ Energy Loss Effect Nuclear absorption Nuclear effects J/ψ- nucleon inelastic cross section CLC: O572.2 Type: Master's thesis Year: 2010 Downloads: 18 Quote: 0 Read: Download Dissertation ## Abstract
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