Gamma-Ray Transmission Through Finite Slabs

by Glenn Harold Peebles


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A discussion of several methods of gamma-ray transmission which (1) determine the total probability of transmission with any number of scatterings, (2) check the results of the calculations, and (3) augment results for the pure Compton scatterer by an application of the thin-slab method to air.

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