On Fano's and O'Connor's theorems.

Abstract

Fano's theorem states that the fluence of particles, emitted uniformly per unit mass, is constant throughout an infinite medium of uniform composition but varying density. O'Connor's scaling theorem says that the ratio of the fluence of secondary particles to that of primary particles, caused by an external source irradiating a medium in a collimated beam… (More)

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