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Date: 01 Feb, 2007
From: rajani <rajani>

Hi all !!

The experiment am working on needs soft X-Ray photons(1-5 keV) to be reflected through a Glass slab (SiO2 of density 2.2 gm cm-3)at grazing incidence( 0.2-5 deg). My physics list incorporates all the low energy EM physics processes, but i don't see any reflection at any of the energies at any of the angles. My concern is, Is our present physics processes incorporating (Total External Reflection) this process or reflection of the photons at grazing incidence?

I have referred to the advanced examples - Xray telescope & see that they don't intend to see "reflections" at the grazing incidence through the mirrors, rather they wanna see the effect of the low energy protons on the CCDs in XMM. Could someone please help me out through this?

Thanking you

Rajani

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