The deuteron disintegration at high energies and large angles in the [Formula Presented] reaction is calculated in kinematic conditions where the dominant contributions are due to soft rescatterings of the initial and final nucleons, which accompany the hard [Formula Presented] reaction. The eikonal approximation, which accounts for relativistic kinematics as dictated by Feynman diagrams, reveals the important role played by the initial and final state interactions in the angular and momentum dependences of the differential cross section. Based on these results, we propose a new and effective test, at moderate energies, of the physics relevant for the color transparency phenomenon in hadron-initiated exclusive hard processes.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics