ENERGY LOSS OF HIGH ENERGY ELECTRONS IN ALUMINUM, COPPER, AND LEAD.
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The energy distributions of electrons of about 54, 75, and 92 MeV were measured before and after passing through lead absorbers of thicknesses ranging from 0.706 to 2.825 gmsq. cm., and through copper and aluminum absorbers up to 5.726 gmsq. cm. Author
- Physical Chemistry
- Nuclear Physics and Elementary Particle Physics