Publications on Photon Cross Sections Bibliographic Database

that include Polystyrene

Use of Polystyrene as an X-Ray Absorber - The Mass Absorption Coefficient of Carbon
Batterman, B. W.,
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 29, 1132 (1958)
(8.048 keV: C, Polystyrene)

Attenuation of Gamma Radiation from 60-Co, 137-Cs, 192-Ir, and 226-Ra in Various Materials Used in Radiology
Thoraeus, R.,
Acta Radiol., Ther., Phys., Biol. 3 (New Series), 81-86 (1965)
(0.66-1.25 MeV: Al, Cu, Pb, U, H2O, Pressed Wood, Polystyrene, Plexiglass, Stainless Steel, W-alloy)

Comparison of Absorption Coefficients Obtained by Different Methods in the Ultrasoft X-Ray Region
Ershov, O. A.,
Opt. Spectrosk. 22, 468-472 (1967); transl. in Opt. Spectrosc. 22, 252-255 (1967)
(0.0954-1.77 keV: Al, Ti, V, Cr, Au, SiO2, Polystyrene)

Reflection of X Rays from Certain Substances in the Region from 7 to 44 Angstroms
Ershov, 0. A., Brytov, I. A., and Lukirskii, A. P.,
Opt. Spectrosk. 22, 127-134 (1967); transl. in Opt. Spectrosc. (USSR) 22, 66-69 (1967) (Also personal comm. received 8/19/71 from Zimkina, T. M.)
(0.114-1.740 keV: Al, Ti, V, Cr, Ni, Ge, Au, SiO2, Polystyrene)

Attenuation of Monoenergetic Gamma Rays in Tissues
Rao, P. S. and Gregg, E. C.,
Am. J. Roentg. 123, 631-637 (1975)
(27.-662. keV: H2O, "Mix-D", polystyrene, plexiglass, egg white, egg yolk, various muscle, brain, liver, blood, normal and cancerous tissues)

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