A formalism for target fragment transport is presented with application to energy loss spectra in thin silicon devices. A nuclear database is recommended that agrees well with the measurements of P.J. McNulty et al. (1980) using surface barrier detectors. High-energy events observed by P.J. McNulty et al. (1981), which are not predicted by intranuclear cascade models, are well represented by this work
J. W. Wilson et al., "A Nuclear Fragmentation Energy Deposition Model," IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 1991.
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Keywords and Phrases
Energy Deposition Model; Energy Loss of Particles; Energy Loss Spectra; Nuclear Fragmentation; Semiconductor Counters; Semiconductor Devices; Surface Barrier Detectors; Target Fragment Transport; Thin Si Devices
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01 Jan 1991