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Interaction of Photons and Charged Particles with Air Molecules

  • R. K. Landshoff

Abstract

The photon energies covered in this section are much larger than those which lead to the excitation of a bound electron to another bound state and smaller than those which lead to pair production. In that energy range the processes of concern are photoelectric absorption and Compton and Rayleigh scattering.

Keywords

Secondary Electron Inelastic Cross Section Electron Drift Velocity Average Electron Energy Dissociative Attachment 
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