Authors: TUBA AKKUŞ
Abstract: The coherent to Compton scattering cross-section ratio of calcium was measured experimentally for several polar scattering angles (90°, 100°, 110°, 120°, and 130°) and azimuthal scattering angles (30°, 20°, 10°, 0°, -10°, and -20°). A high purity germanium semiconductor detector with a resolution of 199.6 eV at 5.9 keV was used. The theoretical values of the coherent to Compton scattering differential cross-section of calcium were calculated on the basis of nonrelativistic form factors, relativistic form factors, and S-matrix theories. It was observed that the experimental results were most compatible with the nonrelativistic form factor theory.
Keywords: Atomic form factors, coherent to Compton scattering cross-section ratio, differential cross-section, angular dependence, azimuthal angle
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