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Russian Physics Journal

, Volume 43, Issue 2, pp 124–128 | Cite as

Energy spectrum of an electron beam multiply reflected from the target

  • A. B. Markov
Solid-state Physics
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Abstract

The effect of inelastically scattered electrons on the pulsed-beam energy spectrum are studied for the case where they hit back the target upon reflection from the accelerating region. The beam is formed in a vacuum diode and transported to the target by the guiding magnetic field. The formulas for the total and differential fluxes of different-order absorbed and backscattered electrons are presented. It is shown that account of multiple electron backscattering gives rise to a considerable change in the behavior of the normalized heat-source function in the target: the energy loss near the surface of the irradiated target increases markedly due to its reduction in the deep layers of the material.

Keywords

Electron Flux Energy Distribution Function Copper Target Backscatter Coefficient Incident Electron Energy 
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