The Measured Energy Loss of High Energy Electrons in Various Metals
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The energy distribution of electrons of about 53, 75 and 93 MeV has been measured before and after passing through Be, Sn and Gd absorbers of various thick- nesses. Earlier data for A1, Cu and Pb absorbers are reviewed. The electrons were ac- celerated by the LINAC of the Naval Postgraduate School. The most probable energy loss and the half widths agree with the theory of Blunck and Westphal. An improved semi-empirical formula for the most probable energy loss is presented.
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