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glass ball SRD 126 X-Ray Attenuation and Absorption for Materials of Dosimetric Interest (Web, free access)  Keywords for Database
Tables and graphs of the photon mass attenuation coefficient and the mass energy-absorption coefficient are presented for all of the elements Z = 1 to 92, and for 48 compounds and mixtures of radiological interest. The tables cover energies of the photon (x-ray, gamma ray, bremsstrahlung) from 1 keV to 20 MeV.

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glass ball Atomic Form Factors, Incoherent Scattering Functions, and Photon Scattering Cross Sections
J. H. Hubbell, Wm. J. Veigele, E. A. Briggs, R. T. Brown, D. T. Cromer, R. J. Howerton
JPCRD 4(3) pp. 471-538 (1975)
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glass ball Doppler Broadening Calculations of Compton Scattering for Molecules, Plastics, Tissues, and Few Biological Materials in the X-Ray Region: An Analysis in Terms of Compton Broadening and Geometrical Energy Broadening
D. V. Rao, R. Cesareo, A. Brunetti, G. E. Gigante, T. Akatsuka, T. Takeda, Y. Itai
JPCRD 33(3) pp. 627-712 (2004)
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glass ball Pair, Triplet, and Total Atomic Cross Sections (and Mass Attenuation Coefficients) for 1 MeV-100 GeV Photons in Elements Z=1 to 100
J. H. Hubbell, H. A. Gimm, I. Overbo
JPCRD 9(4) pp. 1023-1147 (1980)
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