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[en] The main empirical properties of the average nucleon-nucleus potential are reviewed. Their theoretical interpretation is outlined. Emphasis is put on theoretical calculations which are based on realistic nucleon-nucleon interactions, and on the existence of a unified picture which encompasses negative as well as positive nucleon energies
[en] Interactions of various nuclei in the frame of a simple geometrical approach are considered with the purpose to determine the number of nucleons participating in these interactions. It is shown that on average a part of interacting nucleons does not exceed one quarter of the total number of nucleons of both nuclei. (paper)
[en] The present status of recent bremsstrahlung experiments and their comparison with theoretical calculations is reviewed. A significant disagreement with predictions based on the Hamada--Johnston potential is observed. It is also pointed out that experimental techniques exist which would make it possible to perform very accurate and comprehensive bremsstrahlung experiments
[en] I would like to tell you briefly about some interesting experimental facts observed in very high energy nucleon-nucleus collisions. Then, I want to present you some single theoretical model aiming at a plausible explanation of the mentioned experimental data.