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# On a Diffuse Reflection of the α – Particles

@inproceedings{Marsden2000OnAD,
title={On a Diffuse Reflection of the $\alpha$ – Particles},
author={Ernest Marsden},
year={2000}
}
When β-particles fall on a plate, a strong radiation emerges from the same side of the plate as that on which the β-particles fall. This radiation is regarded by many observers as a secondary radiation, but more recent experiments seem to show that it consists mainly of primary β-particles, which have been scattered inside the material to such an extent that emerge again at the same side of the plate1. For α-particles a similar effect has not previously been observed, and is perhaps not to be… Expand
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