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Monte Carlo study of electron spectra and dose from backscattered radiation in the vicinity of media interfaces for monoenergetic photons of 50 - 1250 keV.

Frans Verhaegen and Jan Seuntjens (1995) RADIATION RESEARCH. 143(3). p.334-342
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RADIATION RESEARCH
Radiat. Res.
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143
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3
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334-342 pages
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0033-7587
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English
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yes
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A1
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195153
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-195153
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2004-01-14 13:42:00
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Chicago
Verhaegen, Frans, and Jan Seuntjens. 1995. “Monte Carlo Study of Electron Spectra and Dose from Backscattered Radiation in the Vicinity of Media Interfaces for Monoenergetic Photons of 50 - 1250 keV.” Radiation Research 143 (3): 334–342.
APA
Verhaegen, F., & Seuntjens, J. (1995). Monte Carlo study of electron spectra and dose from backscattered radiation in the vicinity of media interfaces for monoenergetic photons of 50 - 1250 keV. RADIATION RESEARCH, 143(3), 334–342.
Vancouver
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Verhaegen F, Seuntjens J. Monte Carlo study of electron spectra and dose from backscattered radiation in the vicinity of media interfaces for monoenergetic photons of 50 - 1250 keV. RADIATION RESEARCH. 1995;143(3):334–42.
MLA
Verhaegen, Frans, and Jan Seuntjens. “Monte Carlo Study of Electron Spectra and Dose from Backscattered Radiation in the Vicinity of Media Interfaces for Monoenergetic Photons of 50 - 1250 keV.” RADIATION RESEARCH 143.3 (1995): 334–342. Print.