Energy Dissipation by Random Collisions in Compound Target Materials
The paper gives a brief account of our calculations on the sharing of energy between the constituents of a polyatomic, in particular a binary medium bombarded with heavy energetic ions. With a view at radiation damage and sputtering in composite targets we calculate displacement efficiencies as a function of concentration, and particle fluxes as a function of energy and concentration for a few binary compounds. Pronounced deviations from stoichiometric behavior are found when the partial stopping powers of the constituents differ from each other because of different atomic number and mass.
KeywordsEnergy Dissipation Tungsten Oxide Energy Interval Particle Flux Binary Compound
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