L-SHELL IONIZATION BY LOW-ENERGY PROTONS AND ALPHA PARTICLES.

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Abstract

A comparison between theoretical and experimental values for L-subshell ionization cross sections by low-energy protons and alpha particles has been made graphically. The theoretical values are calculated by the relativistic plane-wave Born approximation, including the corrections for the binding-energy and Coulomb-deflection effects. The experimental data are expressed as a ratio to the calculated values and plotted against a reduced velocity parameter. It is found that agreement between theory and experiment is not so good as in the case of the K-shell ionization cross sections. For L//1 and L//3 shell, most experimental data are in agreement with the calculated values within errors of 60%.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research
Pages619-626
Number of pages8
Edition3
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 1982

Publication series

NameNuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research
Number3
Volume190

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Mukoyama, T., & Sarkadi, L. (1982). L-SHELL IONIZATION BY LOW-ENERGY PROTONS AND ALPHA PARTICLES. In Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research (3 ed., pp. 619-626). (Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research; Vol. 190, No. 3).