Publications on Photon Cross Sections Bibliographic Database

that include Mylar

X-Ray Mass Attenuation Coefficients in the 1.49 to 11.9 keV Range
Ehrenfried, C. E. and Dodds, D. E.,
AFSWC-TN-59-33, 56 (1960)
(1.49-11.9 keV: Al, Ti, Fe, Ni, Cu, Zn, Zr, Mo, Ag, Sn, Pt, Polyethylene, Mylar, Teflon)

X-Ray Absorption Uncertainty
Heinrich, K.F.J.,
p. 296-377 of The Electron Microprobe, ed. by McKinley, Heinrich, Wittry (Wiley, 1966)
(1.487-24.95 keV: Al, Nb, Ta, Mylar)

Mesure de l'Affaiblissement du Rayonnement X par le Beryllium, le Carbone et Differents Plastiques entre 4 et 17.5 Angstrom
Senemaud, G.,
J. Phys. (Paris) 30, 811-818 (1969) (See also Thesis, Lab. Chim. Phys., Paris (1967))
0.8836-1.546 keV: Be, C, Mylar, Melinex, Terphane, Claryl, Makrofol)

A Novel Method for the Determination of X-Ray Mass Attenuation Coefficients
Kerur, B. R., Thontadarya, S. R., and Hanumaiah, B.,
Appl. Radiat. Isot. 42, 571-575 (1991)
(5.947 keV: Al, Cu, Ag, Lucite, Mylar, Nylon, Teflon)

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