Particle Penetration and Radiation Effects: General Aspects by Peter Sigmund

By Peter Sigmund

Drawing at the author’s forty-plus years of expertise as a researcher within the interplay of charged debris with topic, this publication emphasizes the theoretical description of basic phenomena. precise consciousness is given to vintage themes equivalent to Rutherford scattering; the idea of particle preventing; the statistical description of strength loss and a number of scattering and various newer developments.

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