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13.7 Mean Square

Scattering Rutherford scattering is confined to very small

Coulomb field, and for fast particles 0max is small compared to unity. Thus there

is ...

13.7 Mean Square

**Angle**of Scattering and the Angular Distribution of MultipleScattering Rutherford scattering is confined to very small

**angles**even for a pointCoulomb field, and for fast particles 0max is small compared to unity. Thus there

is ...

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Or, using (13.107) for (0°), 2 (0°) – 4trN so pu The mean square

linearly with the thickness t. But for reasonable thicknesses such that the particle

does not lose appreciable energy, the Gaussian will still be peaked at very small

...

Or, using (13.107) for (0°), 2 (0°) – 4trN so pu The mean square

**angle**increaseslinearly with the thickness t. But for reasonable thicknesses such that the particle

does not lose appreciable energy, the Gaussian will still be peaked at very small

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13.8 Multiple and single scattering distributions of projected

of plural scattering (x > 2–3) the dotted curve indicates the smooth transition from

the small-

13.8 Multiple and single scattering distributions of projected

**angle**. In the regionof plural scattering (x > 2–3) the dotted curve indicates the smooth transition from

the small-

**angle**multiple scattering (approximately Gaussian in shape) to the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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