Subject: Has anyone ever measured the positron apparent range in matter?
Date: Mon May 15 08:08:06 2000
Posted by pain fred
Grade level: grad (science)
School: Institut de Physique Nucleaire
City: Orsay State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Physics
I know that there are tables of the positron range in matter. however ,as
positrons do not travel straight on in matter, these values correspond to
the total range in matter. what I would like to know is if there are tables
of the real distance from the entry point to the final point of the
positron travel in matter...
Re: Has anyone ever measured the positron apparent range in matter?
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