The stopping power of various elements for protons of moderately low energies
Chilton, Arthur Bounds
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The stopping power of a material Is defined as the space-rate of loss of energy suffered by a particle of nuclear or atomic dimensions in its passage through the material. Since the time of Thomson and Rutherford the subject has been investigated both theoretically and experimentally in its many complexities, and it early provided a source of tests of atomic structure and mechanics.