The Experimental Measurements of Total Mass Attenuation Coefficients in Arsenic Oxide
Published: 1 January 2016
World Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology , Volume 06, pp 125-130; https://doi.org/10.4236/wjnst.2016.63013
Abstract: Measurements of K-shell mass attenuation coefficients are reported for the first time in Arsenic oxide (As2O3). Experiments are performed using Arsenic Oxide extended range HPGe detector. To achieve measurements at many small and regular energy intervals, secondary X-ray emission technique using “Seventeen Scatters” is employed. The results are in agreement with the proposed theoretical estimates. No evidence could, however be gained in favor of microscopic theories such as RRS and EXAFS, insofar as there are no energy points within a range of 100eV on either side of the K-edge.
Keywords: Experimental / theoretical / coefficients / secondary / EXAFS / Seventeen / Arsenic Oxide / agreement / RRS
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