X-Ray Transport - 2. (Bound Electron Scattering)
KAMAN NUCLEAR COLORADO SPRINGS CO
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The phenomenology of generic Compton scattering, including free and bound electrons, is discussed in terms of the atomic form factor and incoherent scattering function. Using Thomas-Fermi data for these functions, average and differential collision cross sections have been calculated for air for incident photon energies from 0.01 to 1000 kev. An electron binding factor a sigma is defined, which, when multiplied into Klein-Nishina free electron collision cross sections, introduces the effect of electron binding.
- Nuclear Physics and Elementary Particle Physics