3 edition of Bibliography of low energy electron and photon cross section data, (January 1975 through December 1977) found in the catalog.
Bibliography of low energy electron and photon cross section data, (January 1975 through December 1977)
J. W. Gallagher
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||J. W. Gallagher, J. R. Rumble, Jr., and E. C. Beaty.|
|Series||NBS special publication ; 426, suppl. 1, NBS special publication ;, 426, suppl. 1.|
|Contributions||Rumble, John R., joint author., Beaty, Earl Claude, 1930- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QC100 .U57 no. 426, suppl. 1, Z7144.N8 .U57 no. 426, suppl. 1, QC794.6.C7 .U57 no. 426, suppl. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 106 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||78600156|
The Physics Reference Manual provides detailed explanations of the physics implemented in the Geant4 toolkit. The manual’s purpose is threefold: •to present the theoretical formulation, model, or parameterization of the physics interactions included in Geant4. In this analysis, instead of measuring the electron-photon scattering cross-section by utilising the EPA to account for the flux of the quasi-real photons, the cross-section of electron-electron scattering is studied as functions of Q 2 and x e, the fractional momentum of the parton with respect to the electron.
In fact, the energy of the electron beams used to energise excimer lasers is in the range MeV and at such an energy the relativistic kinematics must be taken into account. Moreover, since the initial work, new results on electron and photon impact cross sections have . A new experimental technique for the measurements of the total cross section for electron scattering from atoms and molecules at very low energy is described. Momentum transfer cross sections for scattering from Ar, Kr and Xe at very low energies were carefully derived using the modified effective range theory from the recently measured total cross sections, which were .
In the case of rho dominance, the real photon photoabsorption cross section has the same A de-pendence as hadron-nucleus total cross sections for v 2 10 BeV, whereas the cross section for virtual photon absorption at that energy, obtained from inelastic electron scattering, for spacelike momentum transfer I Q2 I 2 5 Be 9, is nearly proportional. low and high-energy Monte Carlo codes utilize different simulation approaches for electron tracks, the physical interactions involved are practically the same. This paper treats high and low energy electron/photon transport as a single field. This paper gives a brief preview of a book I am writing designed to be both introductory and encyclopedic.
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Bibliography of low energy electron and photon cross section data (through December ) [Lee Joseph Kieffer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A bibliography of original reports of measurements or calculations of electron, positron and photon cross sections and their ions is presented. A detailed index to the bibliography allows Bibliography of low energy electron and photon cross section data of cross section data for specific processes and atomic or molecular species.
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bibliographic references in the general field of coupled electron/photon transport (covering the energy range 10 eV – 30 MeV) and many of its applications in radiation physics.
It was developed during the last ten years as an aid for writing a book on electron/photon transport. the photon energy range 10 eV to GeV.
The measured ˙TOT points, taken from 90 independent literature references, are not all shown in regions of high measurement density. The total atomic cross section ˙tot can be written as the sum over the cross sections for the most probable individual processes by which photons interact with atoms.
Hayashi's bibliographic database for electron and photon collision cross sections with atoms and molecules Introduction. This database contains bibliographic data for electron and photon collision cross sections with atoms and molecules collected by Prof.
Makoto Hayashi (Nagoya Institute of. Compilation of low energy electron collision cross section data - Part 1; Part 2. The variation of the effective cross sections with electron energy is discussed in terms of the electron's inelastic mean free path, penetration depth, and dissociation mechanisms, including.
A bibliography is presented of papers reporting absolute measurements of photon (XUV, x-ray, gamma-ray, bremsstrahlung) total interaction cross sections or attenuation coefficients for the elements and some compounds.
The energy range covered is from 10 eV to above 10 GeV. • the differential scattering cross section (Θ) dΩ dσ which is a measure for the probability of the process to occur.
INTRODUCTION The collision of a photon with a free electron (Compton scattering) can be described as fol-lows: a photon of an initial energy Eγ = hf is scattered off an electron (see fig.
Note on NIST X-ray Attenuation Databases. Abstract. A web database is provided which can be used to calculate photon cross sections for scattering, photoelectric absorption and pair production, as well as total attenuation coefficients, for any element, compound or mixture (Z ≤ ), at energies from 1 keV to ts.
Moments and cross sections: The electronic interactions of fast charged particles with speed v = βc occur in single collisions with energy losses W , leading to ionization, atomic, or collective excitation. Most frequently the energy losses are small (for 90% of all collisions the energy losses are less than eV).
Absolute total cross sections for negative‐ion formation in several gases (CO, NO, O 2, CO 2, N 2 O, SF 6, and H 2) by electron impact have been measured in a total ionization tube.
Both dissociative attachment and ion‐pair formation have been measured, with careful attention paid to complete collection of the negative ions.
This chapter measures photoneutron cross sections for 9 Be in the energy range from to MeV using a laser-electron MeV photon source. These cross sections are relevant to the reaction rate of the first step of α-process, in a neutrino-driven wind of core-collapse supernovae. The positron-impact cross section was found to be higher than the electron-impact cross sections.
Experimental and other theoretical results are discussed. The threshold law of excitation is discussed and the cross sections in this region were seen to obey the threshold law proportional to (ln k f) − 2. Cross sections were calculated in the.A bibliography includes only the references for single atom or coefficient.
(10) others. The last include important photon cross section data. potential energy, life.time of excited state and so on. and the choice is somewhat arbitrarY. The energy range of electron cross section data coverd is .The size of a photon is equal to the Planck's length, ~ m; though the photon cross section can be spread till m because when the photon hops from cell to cell in the teasel-lattice.