Turkish Journal of Physics
Relative L X-Ray Fluorescene Cross-Sections in Heavy Elements In the Energy Region of 16-122 keV
Relative L1, L\alpha, L\beta and L\gamma x-ray fluorescence cross-sections were observed in Ta, W, Re, Au, Hg, T1, Pb, Bi, Th and U of 16.03, 17.78, 22.58, 25.77, 32.89, 38.18, 43.94, 50.21, 59,5 and 122 keV energies. In this study, L X-ray fluorescence cross-sections were measured at 59.5 and 122 keV and measured values of the other energies were taken from tables by Mann et. al. (1). The experimental relative fluorescene cross-sections were computed for the excitation energies 16.03, 17.78, 22.58, 25.77, 32.89, 38.18, 43.94, 50.21, 59.5 and 122 keV, compared with the theoretically calculated values by Scofield(11). The experimental results are found to agree with theory.
DOĞAN, OĞUZ; ERTUĞRUL, MEHMET; ŞİMŞEK, ÖNDER; TURGUT, ÜMİT; and ERDOĞAN, HASAN (1999) "Relative L X-Ray Fluorescene Cross-Sections in Heavy Elements In the Energy Region of 16-122 keV," Turkish Journal of Physics: Vol. 23: No. 6, Article 7. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/physics/vol23/iss6/7