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Publications on Photon Cross Sections Bibliographic Database

that include Air

The Absorption of the K X-Rays of Silver in Gases and Gaseous Mixtures
Burbidge, P. W.,
Philos. Mag. 43, 381-392 (1922)
(22.16 keV: Air, CO2, SO2, CH3I)

Die Absorption der Kohlenstoff-K-Strahlung in C, N und O
Kurtz, H.,
Ann. Phys. 85, 529-551 (1928)
(0.277 keV: C, N, O, Air, CO2, CO, C2H6)

Über die Schwächungskoeffizienten einiger Gase für kurzwellige Röntgenstrahlen
Schocken, K.,
Z. Phys. 58, 39-47 (1929)
(29.45-102.5 keV: O, N, Ar, Air)

Die Absorption langwelliger Röntgenstrahlen von 2-10 Angstrom in leichten Elementen
Woernle, B.,
Ann. Phys. (Leipzig) 5, 475-506 (1930)
(1.254-5.946 keV: C, N, O, Ne, S, Cl, Ar, Air, SO2, CCl4, C5H12(Pentane))

The Absorption of the K-alpha Line of Carbon in Various Gases and Its Dependence Upon Atomic Number
Dershem, E. and Schein, M.,
Phys. Rev. 37, 1238-1245 (1931)
(0.277 keV: He, C, N, O, Ne, Ar, Kr, Xe, Au, CO2, Air)

Absorption of Soft X-Rays in Gases
Spencer, R. G.,
Phys. Rev. 39, 178 (1932) (See also: Phys. Rev. 38, 1932-1937 (1931))
(1.778-8.066 keV: O, Ar, Air)

On the Absorption of X-Rays in Gases and Vapours. I. Gases
Crowther, J. A. and Orton, L.H.H.,
Philos. Mag. 13, 505-523 (1932) (See also Philos. Mag. 10, 329-342 (1930))
(6.407-8.056 keV: N, O, Al, Ar, C2H4, Air, CO2, H2S, C5H12, C6H14, C2H5Cl, Paraffin (CH2), (C2H5)2·O, CHCl2, CCl4, Zr(CH3)2, C2H5Br, CH3I)

Unterschungen zur Anwendung der Ionisationsmessmethode bei Röntgen Strahlen
Stockmeyer, W.,
Ann. Phys. (Leipzig) 12, 71-106 (1932)
(6.42-25.6 keV: Air, SO2, C2H5Br)

Der Einfluss der chemischen Bindung auf den Absorptionskoeffizienten leichter Elemente im Gebiete ultraweicher Röntgenstrahlen
Messner, R. H.,
Z. Phys. 85, 727-740 (1933)
(0.1823-0.2786 keV: H, C, N, O, Air, CO, CO2, CH4, C2H2, C2H4, C2H6, C3H8)

Absorption Coefficients of Air and Nitrogen for the Extreme Ultraviolet
Curtis, J. P.,
Phys. Rev. 94, 908-910 (1954)
(0.01252-0.08265 keV: N, Air)

Attenuation Coefficients of Gases for 4.5-145-keV Photons
McCrary, J. H., Looney, L. D., Constanten, C. P., and Atwater, H. F.,
Phys. Rev. A 2, 2489-2497 (1970) (See also McCrary, J. H., Ziegler, L.H., and Looney, L. D., J. Appl. Phys. 40, 2690-2693 (1969) Attenuation of 5.9 keV Photons by Air)
(4.508-145.43 keV: Ne, Ar, Kr, Xe, Air)

Experimental X-Ray Mass Attenuation Coefficients for Materials of Low Atomic Number in the Energy Range 4 to 25 keV
Millar, R. H. and Greening, J. R.,
J. Phys. B 7, 2332-2344 (1974)
(4.508-25.192 keV: N, O, Ne, Mg, Al, Ar, C2H4, CO2, CF4, H2S, HCl, Air, SiO2, (C2H5)3·PO4)

The K-Fluorescence Yield of Germanium
Hartl, W. and Hammer, J. W.,
Z. Phys. A 279, 135-139 (1976) (Also personal comm. 9/30/77)
(10.0-34.15 keV: Be, Air)

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