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Hadron-nucleus collisions are discussed. It is assumed that the hadron energy is greater than or equal to GeV and that large nuclei like lead or uranium constitute the nuclear targets. It is argued that a relatively large amount of blackness in hadron-nucleus cross sections puts strong constraints on the inclusive by: 1.
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Famous open conjectures, for example the conjectures of Calabi, Weil, and Artin–Tate, are discussed in general and for K3 surfaces in particular, and each chapter ends with questions and open problems. Based on lectures at the advanced graduate level, this book is suitable for courses and as a reference for by: An excellent conference Summary Talk titled "Update on the Crisis in Nuclear-Matter Theory: A Summary of the Trieste Conference" was given by John Clark.
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