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Rev. 76 (1949) 527. 64 E. Rutherford, Phil. Mag. 4 7 (1924) 277. es N . Bohr, Mat. Fys. M e d d . Kgl. D a n . Vid. Selsk. 18 N o . 8 (1948). 66 J. H. M . Brunnings, J. K. K n i p p and E. Teller, Phys. Rev. 60 (1941) 657. J. D . Jackson and H. Schiff, Phys. Rev. 89 (1953) 359. (12) 28 G. KNOP AND W. PAUL CH. I It has been found that f is mainly a function of the velocity v, as shown in Fig. 2- 1 1 9 / 1 0 Fig. 28. 3. 8 20 M e a n charge number z o f α-particles as a function o f velocity v. F r o m various authors RANGE-ENERGY RELATIONS Integration of the differential energy loss leads to a formula for the range dE R (13) dE/dx Since — dE/dx is unknown for low velocities one cannot use (13) for the total range; it is only useful for the high energy part of the range.

10 (1930) 401. 71 P. M. S. Blackett, Proc. R o y . S o c . (Londen) A 1 3 5 (1932) 132. T. Hall, Phys. R e v . 7 9 (1950) 504. (14) (1925) 157. INTERACTION OF a-PARTICLES I 29 M e a n r a n g e in c m 5 6 7 1 RaC>- J 1 / 283 ç α 12 / c LU 6 Li (n oc) / 10( E 7 Fig. 29. ThC'^ (n,«) / 1 /8 σι> , 10 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 M e a n r a n g e in c m 72 Range-energy curve in air at 15°C and 760 m m Hg. 76 M e V ( T h C ) . 80 G. K N O P A N D W . P A U L 30 CH. I where Si is the relative stopping power which is a function of energy.

R o y . S o c . (Londen) A 1 0 2 (1922) 4 9 6 ; A 1 0 9 70 J. C. Jacobsen, Nature 117 (1926) 8 58; Phil. M a g . 10 (1930) 401. 71 P. M. S. Blackett, Proc. R o y . S o c . (Londen) A 1 3 5 (1932) 132. T. Hall, Phys. R e v . 7 9 (1950) 504. (14) (1925) 157. INTERACTION OF a-PARTICLES I 29 M e a n r a n g e in c m 5 6 7 1 RaC>- J 1 / 283 ç α 12 / c LU 6 Li (n oc) / 10( E 7 Fig. 29. ThC'^ (n,«) / 1 /8 σι> , 10 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 M e a n r a n g e in c m 72 Range-energy curve in air at 15°C and 760 m m Hg.

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