Hydrogen: Stopping Powers and Ranges in All Elements, Volume 3 of The Stopping and Ranges of Ions in Matter, provides a nearly complete presentation of absolute experimental energy loss data for hydrogen over the energy range 10 keV < (E/amu) < 20 MeV. The book is comprised of seven parts that present various topics about stopping power theory. Part I provides an introductory discourse about the book. Part II reviews the stopping power theory, and Part III presents the status of experimental data. Part IV talks about fitting the high-energy region, while Part V deals with fitting at low energies. Part VI covers interpolation using two-parameter fitting, and Part VII discusses pathlength and projected range. The text will be of great interest to researchers whose work concerns the stopping and ranges of ions in matter.
I Introduction II Review of Theory III Status of Experimental Data IV Fitting the High-Energy Data V Fitting the Lower Energies VI Interpolation Using 2-Parameter Fitting VII Pathlength and Projected Range References Table 1: Stopping Formula Using Tabulated Coefficients Table 2: Coefficients for Stopping of Hydrogen Table 3: Values of Stopping of Hydrogen (Best-Fit Values) Table 4: Recent Ranges of Hydrogen in Matter Table 5: Evaluation of Term f32 in Bethe Stopping Theory Table 6: Multiplication Factors for LSS Stopping Theory Table 7: Comparison of Stopping for 12-30 MeV Protons Comments on Stopping and Range Graphs Stopping and Range Graphs References of Experimental Stopping Powers
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- © Pergamon 1977
- 1st January 1977
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