Alpha, Beta and Gamma Ray Spectroscopy. TWO VOLUMES by K. Siegbahn

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5). 7 · >D 2S . Ι 29 0 Fig. 12. Energy distribution o f electrons passing through graphite according t o measurements of K n o p and Paul. 475 m m ρ the density and A the atomic weight. / is the mean excitation energy of the atomic electrons. 16 E/I) [MeV/cm] . -2 l n m2 22 +(l-l2) + dx A 2I mc ) 2 2 22 [MeV/cm] - ( 2 Vl - β - 1 + β ) In 2 + I (1 - Vl - β ) - A pol Since ZIA is approximately constant, dE/dx depends practically only on the density of the matter that is penetrated. A very slight dependence on Ζ occurs only through the excitation energy / appearing in the logarithm.

8 . 0 < E0 < 3 MeV . 161 ; 2 E0 > 1 MeV . All the energies are expressed in MeV, R in g/cm . 54 55 L. Seren, Η . N . Friedlander a n d S. H . Turkel, Phys. R e v . 7 2 (1947) 888. 56 N . Feather, Proc. C a m b . Phil. Soc. 3 4 (1938) 599. 57 A . Flammersfeld, N a t u r w . 3 3 (1946) 280. E . Bleuler a n d W. Zunti, Helv. Phys. Acta 2 0 (1947) 197. g. knop and w. paul 24 CH. I In Fig. 26 the relation due to Flammersfeld, which has the largest range of validity, is shown graphically. The accurate determination of Rp is difficult.

20 Relative v a l u e (saturation) for normal incidence, and for diffuse angular distribution o f the incident b e a m 12 G. KNOP A N D W . PAUL CH. I Bohr, Bethe and Bloch; it gives a very accurate description of the phenomena. 5). 7 · >D 2S . Ι 29 0 Fig. 12. Energy distribution o f electrons passing through graphite according t o measurements of K n o p and Paul. 475 m m ρ the density and A the atomic weight. / is the mean excitation energy of the atomic electrons. 16 E/I) [MeV/cm] . -2 l n m2 22 +(l-l2) + dx A 2I mc ) 2 2 22 [MeV/cm] - ( 2 Vl - β - 1 + β ) In 2 + I (1 - Vl - β ) - A pol Since ZIA is approximately constant, dE/dx depends practically only on the density of the matter that is penetrated.

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