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Rev. 81 (1951) 489. 13 INTERACTION OF ELECTRONS CH. I this way are given in Table 3. The mean differential energy loss per cm path, calculated for aluminum and lead with the help of these data, is shown in Fig. 13. 5 MeV, and then increases very slowly logarithmically. 3 4 10* 10 Fig. 13. 2 E [keV] ΊΟ^ 10 M e a n energy l o s s in a l u m i n u m and lead this increase is reduced because of the polarizability of the material by which the Coulomb field of the incident electron is reduced. In eq.
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1 p. 207, 208. 16 F o r the equations see ref. 16 p. 697, ref. 17 p. 366 and 371, ref. 14 p. 392, or ref. 13 p. 28. ** 17 M . Stobbe, A n n . Physik 7 (1930) 661. 18 H . Hall, R e v s . Modern Phys. 8 (1936) 358. R. T. McGinnies, X-ray Attenuation Coefficients from 10 k e V t o 100 M e V , N a t l . Bur. Standards 19 Supplement t o Circular 583 (1959). F. Sauter, A n n . Physik 11 (1931) 454. 44 C H . II C . M. DAVISSON 4 y (y-2) 3 y+ 1 2 2 (13) 2y (y - 11)* y - (y - 1 ) 7 2y(y 2 2 2 1 720 Here y = 1/(1 — β )* = (Λν + mc )/mc , β = v/c with ν the photoelectron velocity, 1 and the other symbols have been defined above.
Alpha-, Beta- and Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy by K. Siegbahn