X-ray Heating of Air

  • R. K. Landshoff


We focus our attention on the heating produced by a short but very intense burst of X-rays from a point source. The total radiation energy usually lies above 1020 erg and nearly all the photons have energies above the K edges of O and N.


Average Energy Energy Deposition Auger Electron Photon Number Total Radiation Energy 
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