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Question Hadr01 Can't count secondaries at a few hundred keV 

Forum: Biasing and Scoring
Date: 27 Feb, 2015
From: Robert Nnaemeka <Robert Nnaemeka>

Hi all, I am studying the sputtering on Titanium by proton beam with energy in the range 80keV - 150keV. However, example Hadr01 in extended example gives zero counts, although our experiment shows that lots of electrons were liberated when the proton beam hits the Titanium target. However, the example gives counts only at high proton energy, of the order of 12 MeV and above. How can I use it to count liberated electrons at our experimental energies? Thanks.

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1 None: Re: Hadr01 Can't count secondaries at a few hundred keV   (Daren Sawkey - 27 Feb, 2015)
1 Feedback: Re: Hadr01 Can't count secondaries at a few hundred keV   (Robert Nnaemeka - 27 Feb, 2015)
2 Feedback: Re: Hadr01 Can't count secondaries at a few hundred keV   (Robert Nnaemeka - 27 Feb, 2015)
1 None: Re: Hadr01 Can't count secondaries at a few hundred keV   (Daren Sawkey - 27 Feb, 2015)
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