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13.4 Density Effect in Collision Energy Loss For particles which are not too relativistic the observed energy loss is given accurately by ( 13.44 ) ( or by ( 13.36 ) if n > 1 ] for all kinds of particles in all types of media .
We see that the density effect produces a simplification in that the asymptotic energy loss no longer depends on the details of atomic structure through ( w ) ( 13.38 ) , but only on the number of electrons per unit volume through wn .
13.5 Energy loss , including the density effect . The dotted curve is the total energy loss without density correction . The solid curves have the density effect incorporated , the upper one being the total energy loss and the lower one ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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