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On an Experimental Study of the Electron Generation Property of Thin Gold Films

  title={On an Experimental Study of the Electron Generation Property of Thin Gold Films},
  author={Mehran Vagheian and Shahyar Saramad and Dariush Rezaie Ochbelagh and Dariush Sardari},
In recent years, the number of literatures concerning to transmission of various nuclear radiations through nano structured materials has been increased [1-10]. Among them, transmission of X-ray through the Nanoparticles has attracted more attention due to its various industrial and medical applications [11]. Using of these nano particles mainly is for their wonderful chemical, physical and mechanical properties compared to the conventional micro-sized particles [11,12]. Specially, the… 

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