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But for

considerably less. A fast particle passing through matter "sees" electrons at

various distances from its path. If there are N atoms per unit volume with Z

electrons per atom, the ...

But for

**impact parameters**outside that interval, the energy transfer isconsiderably less. A fast particle passing through matter "sees" electrons at

various distances from its path. If there are N atoms per unit volume with Z

electrons per atom, the ...

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V W > - ,.,.,,* (15.11) Just as in the energy-loss process, the useful physical

quantity is a cross section obtained by integrating over all possible

dimensions ...

V W > - ,.,.,,* (15.11) Just as in the energy-loss process, the useful physical

quantity is a cross section obtained by integrating over all possible

**impact****parameters**. Accordingly we define the radiation cross section #(w), withdimensions ...

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In collision problems we must sum the frequency spectra (15.52) over the various

possible

present in the equivalent radiation field. As always in such problems we must ...

In collision problems we must sum the frequency spectra (15.52) over the various

possible

**impact parameters**. This gives the energy per unit frequency intervalpresent in the equivalent radiation field. As always in such problems we must ...

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