L-shell differential cross-section and alignment of uranium at 59.54-keV photon energy
L X-ray differential cross-sections of uranium were calculated at several polar scattering angles (85°, 95°, 105°, 115°, 125°, and 135°) at 59.54-keV photon energy by using a Si(Li) detector. We observed that Ll and L? X-rays were dependent on the polar scattering angle, whereas L? and L? X-rays were independent of the polar scattering angle. Therefore, the anisotropy parameters for Ll and L? X-rays were obtained using the intensity ratios of Ll to L? X-rays and of L? to L? X-rays to reduce some systematic errors. © 2017 Elsevier Ltd
SourceApplied Radiation and Isotopes
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